This is very hard to square, but it is true, as this story from Rorate Caeli reports; and for much more info (the problem may be with the College) see the post from Father Z at http://wdtprs.com/blog/2014/03/fr-zs-first-reaction-to-bp-olson-banning-extraordinary-form-at-fort-worths-fisher-more-college/ ; and with this from a Dallas area blog for Catholics, http://veneremurcernui.wordpress.com/2014/03/03/fisher-more-denied-ability-to-offer-tlm/

And, updates from Fisher More College where Latin Mass was held, are at http://fishermore.edu/welcome/

And, what really paints a different picture, is this statement from the former Chancellor of the college, who resigned in June of 2013, which can be found at http://www.catholicworldreport.com/Blog/2969/Bishop_of_Fort_Worth_draws_the_line_UPDATED.aspx#.UxYyQ4X4J4Q

An excerpt from Rorate Caeli.

In a stunning and breathtaking letter, the Most Rev. Michael Olson, the newly-ordained bishop of the Fort Worth Diocese and the second-youngest bishop in the United States, has fully and totally banned the offering of the Traditional Latin Mass in the chapel of Fisher More College, where it has been offered for the last three years on a daily basis by chaplains all approved by his predecessor bishop according to the college. This blow comes after the students of the college raised $300,000 in about a week to keep the school open for the spring semester (see here).

Rorate has exclusively obtained — through a source who has requested anonymity — a copy of the letter sent last week by the bishop after a personal meeting with the college’s president, Michael King. Even more striking, the letter from Bishop Olson states that he’s doing this “for your own soul,” addressing Mr. King, apparently saying in some twisted way the offering of the Mass in the Extraordinary Form is a danger to Mr.King’s soul.

When asked by Rorate for a response to the letter from Bishop Olson, the school declined to comment.

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