It turns out that the archdiocese sold Daniel Murphy High School and, beginning February 9, had the chapel there "dismantled." This was reported in the February 20 Tidings.
A regularly scheduled Latin Mass used to be celebrated in that chapel, but no more.
The California Catholic Daily report has the latest on the few places where the Tridentine Latin Mass is celebrated in our Archdiocese. Be sure to read it.
Sure would be nice if the officials of a certain Archdiocese I could name would be even halfway generous in complying with our Holy Father's wish that the Latin Mass be in every parish.
And the argument that "nobody wants" the Latin Mass is COMPLETELY PHONY.
The powers that be in the American Church, from the bishops on down to the seminaries and the parish level, have done everything possible for the past 40 years to stamp out the Latin Mass and to blot out all memory and understanding of it.
They have even falsely implied to lay Catholics, and sometimes have even falsely told them, that Vatican II got rid of the Latin Mass. They have also falsely insinuated that it is "bad."
So the American hierarchy and clergy extirpate the Latin Mass for two generations and then say nobody wants it. They have MADE SURE that most Catholics do not ask for it, because most Catholics do not have any idea of what they are missing and have no way of finding out.
The honest, and pastoral, thing for our hierarchy and clergy to do would be to reintroduce the Latin Mass themselves and give Catholics a fair and honest chance to see if they like it.
Anyone who brags about "diversity" in our Masses, how many languages in which our Masses are said, is NOT practicing "diversity" when it comes to one language -- Latin, the universal language of Mass from the 4th century to the 20th, and one our Pope wishes to resuscitate.