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The Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter website.

Decree of Erection of
The Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter.

2013 Sheila Shirley

Emblem of St. Timothy Church      Emblem of the Papacy     American Personal Ordinariate

Member of the Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter.

Catholic Diocese of Fort Worth

St. John Vianney Fellowship

St. Peter the Rock Community
Fort Worth, Texas is the city where the West begins and where our heritage is an important part of who we are. At St. Timothy's we value tradition, too, and invite you to join friendly people worshiping God in a reverent, meaningful and historic manner every Sunday."
Fr. Christopher C. Stainbrook
Mission Statement:
St.Timothy's Catholic Church is an Ordinariate Catholic Community made up of Christians whose purpose is to worship and glorify God, spread His Holy Gospel, and maintain the Holy Catholic and Apostlic Faith as once delivered to the saints.

Currently meeting at St. Mary of the Assumption Catholic Church  509 West Magnolia Ave ~ Fort Worth, Texas  76104
Holy Week Services
Due to space and time constraints, St. Timothy's will be joining our host parish of St. Mary's for
 combined services on Holy Thursday, Good Friday and the Easter Vigil.

Maundy Thursday Mass, 7 p.m. with  Procession and Watch before the Blessed Sacrament at the St. Joseph Shrine altar following the Mass.

Good Friday Liturgy, 7 p.m. featuring Veneration of the Cross and Mass of the Pre Sanctified
Easter Vigil 8:30 p.m. (Note Time Change) Blessing of the New Fire, the Vigil Readings and the Sacrament of Holy Baptism.

Star Telegram photo
Congratulations Most Reverend Michael F. Olson
New Bishop of Fort Worth

First Communions
Kyleen, Joey, Shawn and Sara

Confirmation Day
All Souls' Requiem Mass
St. Francis Day Pet Blessing Service
Our traditional and popular Pet Blessing Service is held in the St. Joseph's garden of St. Mary's Church.  A reception for both pets and people followed this year's St. Timothy's/St. Mary's combined parish service. Remember our St. Timothy's motto: You bring it; we'll bless it!
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Assumption Day - 2013
St. Timothy's joined St. Mary of the Assumption for a grand procession and Solemn Mass.

Congratulatory letter from Monsignor Steenson.
Dear Father Stainbrook,
May God bless you and the good people of Saint Timothy's on the first anniversary of your reception into the Catholic Church. I rejoice with you on this occasion, and thank God for your leadership, courage, and faith, and the fact that Saint Timothy's is a vibrant and flourishing community of the Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter. As we move together into a future filled with hope,  be assured of my prayers for continued blessings
 upon your ministry, Saint Timothy's witness to Christ in Fort Worth, and the men, women, and children which make your community a Spirit-filled family of faith.
Sincerely yours in Christ,
Monsignor Jeffrey N. Steenson
The Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter

Palm Sunday
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Pope Francis
March 13, 2013
~ From Deacons to Priests ~
            Left to right, Fr. Charles Hough, IV, Fr. Charles Hough, III,                              Six priests simultaneously ordained into the Catholic Church,
  Fr. Christopher Stainbrook, Fr. Joshua Whitfield, Fr. Timothy Perkins,                                                        June 30, 2012
                                          and Fr. Mark Cannaday.
Sixty members of St. Timothy's Church were received into the Ordinariate of
the Chair of St. Peter at St. Mary of the Assumption Church on May 27, 2012.
St. Timothy's was a former Episcopalian Church which announced it's
desire to enter the US Ordinariate on January 1, 2012.
Photo by Donna Ryckaert
St. Timothy's possesses a fully authenticated Relic of its patron Saint.
A tangible connection to one of the earliest Christian communities.

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