I got this note from a reader:
I have this morning received more news from Mr. Edgar Fernandez of Una Voce Mexico. Not only will the F.S.S.P. have two priests and its own church (San Pedro Apostol) at Guadalajara, but the Archbishop of Mexico City has also invited it to establish an apostolate. They will likely send one of their priests from Guadalajara to Mexico City on Sunday afternoons to celebrate Mass, starting later in autumn. Currently, the Fraternity celebrates Mass daily at San Isidro Labrador Church in Guadalajara. The priests are Frs. Romanoski and Franz Prosinger. [Prosinger had been in Rome, many years ago, as the point man for the FSSP back then. Those years saw little success. But now Fr. Kramer is doing a wonderful job.]
As you may recall, the latter is a polyglot co-founder of the Fraternity in 1988, and was for some years running a mission among the Indians in the Archdiocese of Cuzco, Peru. He understand that he has special faculties to celebrate the Braga Use [Restricted actually to Braga, however... if I am not mistaken.] as well as the Roman one. Once the F.S.S.P. takes charge of San Pedro Apostol, it will offer Gregorian Masses twice on week-days and three or four times on Sundays.
Meanwhile, a monastery in Cuernavaca now has the T.L.M. as its conventual Mass (for some time), and there is a Saturday evening Mass of Sunday obligation every Sunday in the Archdiocese of Monterrey. So Monterrey, Cuernavaca, and Guadalajara currently have every-Sunday Gregorian Masses. By Christmas, we can likely add Mexico City to that list.
Mexicali, Torreon, and Tijuana have T.L.M.s but not on a Sunday basis. I expect that the Fraternity will soon begin training Mexican diocesan priests! Alleluia!