Photo Archives


The following pages present a pictorial record of some highpoints in the return of the traditional Latin Mass to the see city of Knoxville after an absence of nearly four decades.


Except where otherwise indicated, all photos herein are by Roy Ehman, Our Lady of Fatima, Alcoa, Tennessee who retains the copyright.


External Solemnity of Saints Peter & Paul 2015

First Solemn High Mass of Fr. Michael Hendershott

(Photography by Roy Ehman)


Corpus Christi 2013

Eucharistic Procession

(Photos by Bekki Dunlap)


Easter Sunday 2013

Solemn High Mass with First Communions

(Photos by Bekki Dunlap)


Christine Hendershott - Matthew Blair Wedding (2 June 2012)

Our Community's First Solemn High Nuptial Mass


Easter Sunday 2012

Our First Solemn High Mass of Easter

(Photos by Bekki Dunlap)


Gaudete Sunday 2011

First Appearance of Our New Rose Vestments


Pentecost Sunday 2011

Parish Patronal Feast of Holy Ghost Church


Christ the King 2009

Mass and Benediction at Holy Ghost Church

Honoring also Holy Ghost Church's unique Christ the King reredos, installed in 1926 shortly after Pope Pius XI's 1925 proclamation of Christ the King Sunday.


External Solemnity of the Assumption 2009

Our 3rd Sunday Mass after moving to beautiful

old Holy Ghost Church in Knoxville


2nd Sunday of Advent 2008

Mass and reception at St. Therese (Clinton)

Marking beginning of 4th year of the traditional

Latin Mass in the Knoxville (TN) area


4th Sunday after Easter 2008

Holy Ghost Centenary Celebration

Knoxville's First Solemn High Latin Mass


Christ the King 2007

Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament


16th Sunday after Pentecost 2007

Knoxville's First Traditional Latin Mass

Following Pope Benedict's Summorum Pontificum


Our Lady of Fatima July 2007

First Traditional Mass at Our Lady of Fatima Church


Easter Sunday 2007

Knoxville's First Easter Latin Mass in Decades


Second Sunday of Advent 2006

First Anniversary of Knoxville's Indult Mass


Laetare Sunday 2006

Our First Sight of Rose Roman Vestments


Christmas 2005

Knoxville's First Christmas Latin Mass in Decades


First Sunday of Advent 2005

Knoxville's First Indult Mass


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