My Baylor colleague, Michael Foley, is founder of the St. Gregory Society. Those in Central Texas may be interested in finding out more about it and the Tridentine Mass the organization was instrumental in supporting at St. Louis Catholic Church in Waco, Texas. Here is what its website states:
The Pope St. Gregory the Great Society is a group of lay Catholics dedicated to the promotion and celebration of the 1962 Missal of Pope Blessed John XXIII (or, “traditional Latin Mass”) at St. Louis Catholic Church. It is named after Pope St. Gregory I (d. 604), the father of the Roman rite and the saint whose relics are in the high altar of St. Louis Church. Though the roots of the group go back to 2005, it was formally instituted on July 14, 2007, following the July 7 promulgation of the Apostolic Letter of His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI, Summorum Pontificum.
The SGS assists in celebrations of the extraordinary form of the Roman rite by providing specially trained musicians, servers, and ushers. It also hosts occasional receptions and classes on the traditional Latin Mass.
I was baptized in the Tridentine Rite in November 1960, though forced to suffer through the "Folk Mass" of the early 1970s.