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Corpus Christi Procession

Holy Family Cathedral will be observing the traditional Feast of Corpus Christi with a Eucharistic Procession following vespers on Thursday, May 31st at 7 pm. This is a family friendly event and all are welcome to join. Vespers will be followed by a procession outside to altars set up around the Holy Family Cathedral Campus. We invite you and your parish or ministry to participate! Here’s how you can do that: set up an altar for the procession where the Eucharist will be venerated, march with banners, invite friends, fellow parishioners and neighbors, and finally, spread the word! To organize an altar, please contact Bill Elliott at 405-612-7773 or by email: bill.elliott.ctk@gmail.com The Feast of Corpus Christi celebrates the True Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist. The feast was originally celebrated in … Read entire article »

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Wednesdays at the Cathedral for May 23rd

Wednesdays at the Cathedral for May 23rd

Join us on Wednesday, May 23rd, for a live recording of the Catholic Man Show, starring David Niles and Adam Minihan, and which can be heard on St. Michael Radio each week. Real, relatable, and often comical, Adam and David have a conversation promoting the lost art of living virtuously.     … Read entire article »

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Night Light Tulsa – Thursday, May 17th

Night Light Tulsa – Thursday, May 17th

Please join fellow parishioners for a hands-on night of service to the homeless and working poor of Downtown Tulsa. With the assistance of many volunteers, Night Light Tulsa provides clothing and essential personal items for an average of 250-300 individuals and serves an average of 440 hamburgers every Thursday evening under the bridge at the intersection of Maybelle and Brady. As a volunteer you will serve in one of many areas including handing out a warm … Read entire article »

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Parish Town Hall

Parish Town Hall

Want to get more involved in the parish? Join us on Wednesday, May 9th, at 6:30 P.M., as we hold a Parish Town Hall. Come and be part of discussions about ongoing and proposed parish projects. We’ll discuss: our elevator project, improvement of the downstairs, activity center, and parking improvements.   There will be no dinner on this night.       … Read entire article »

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Vacation Bible School

Vacation Bible School

The deadline for registration is June 8.  Enrollment is limited to enroll soon!  Forms and payment can be sent to the school office at HFCS. If your child cannot attend the camp and you would still like to help in some way, please consider donating one of the items below to the camp by placing them in the marked boxes “Linked by Grace” at the back of the east doors of the Cathedral. Cheez –its/ Rice Krispy Treats/ Sun Chips Pretzels Fruit … Read entire article »

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Wednesdays at the Cathedral for May 2nd

Wednesdays at the Cathedral for May 2nd

Join us on Wednesday, May 2nd, at 6:30 P.M., as we watch a Formed video about the Shroud of Turin in light of technological advances and testing. Come learn more about the religious significance of what has become the most studied article in history.     … Read entire article »

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Wednesdays at the Cathedral for April 25th

Wednesdays at the Cathedral for April 25th

Are fairy tales good, even important, for Christian students? Where did they come from, what can they teach our children, and should we spend our valuable time reading them?   Join us on Wednesday, April 25th, at 6:30 P.M. as Andrew Pudewa of the Institute for Excellence in Writing comes to speak about Fairy Tales and the Moral Imagination. He will cover several basic themes, such as goodness, truth, and beauty, that are found in these stories. … Read entire article »

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Tours of the Cathedral

Tours of the Cathedral

How much do you know about the art and architecture at Holy Family Cathedral? If you’d like to deepen your appreciation for our beautiful church, schedule a tour with us by emailing us at tulsacathedral@gmail.com. … Read entire article »

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Wednesdays at the Cathedral for April 18th

Wednesdays at the Cathedral for April 18th

Have you heard about The Way of St. James, a pilgrimage that draws over 200,000 people each year, spans 500 miles over multiple countries, and ends at the resting place of St. James the Greater? Join us on Wednesday, April 18th, at 6:30 P.M., as Fr. Bryan Brooks comes to speak about his experience walking this historic pilgrimage.           … Read entire article »

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