We rent the chapel at Liberty Station for Latin Mass and a priest that knows how to offer the Latin Mass drives down from Colton, CA
I've attended the Latin Mass for the past 20 years and think it would be great to introduce more Adults and Young Adults who have never attended a Latin Mass before to it.
Confession and rosary begin at 330pm and Mass is at 4pm on Sundays. We can meet on the steps of the church after Mass (or after Catechism, if there is catechism that day) and we go eat somewhere nearby to discuss about the Mass; sometimes Father might join us.
The Latin Mass is not for those that want to be entertained. It's very quiet and prayerful. You might get bored if you don't enjoy focusing on Christ, so be forwarned! :)
We all face the same direction; towards God on the altar.
There is a dress code:
PROPER ATTIRE: Consider ‘Sunday Best’ for the King of Kings
MEN: Collared shirt and tie, preferably with a Suit/Sport Coat.
Forbidden: Shorts, jeans, Gym shoes, bizarre hairstyles, earrings, body-piercings, etc. are unbecoming in the House of God.
WOMEN: Dresses acceptable to the Marian standard of modesty: dress or skirt must cover the knees when sitting; short skirts with leggings are not acceptable. Head coverings required and provided to borrow at the door if you need one.
Forbidden: Slacks, shorts, mini-skirts, transparent, tight, sleeveless or low cut dresses/blouses.
After Mass, there is a quiet period where people can sit and reflect on the Blessed Sacrament. Then people do the 'Prayers after Mass and Holy Communion' together. As mentioned, sometimes there is Catechism led by the priest in the adjacent room.
After that we can eat at one of the great nearby restaurants at Liberty Station together and discuss and learn and share!