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RCIA begins on September 9

RCIA begins on September 9

Do you know someone who is interested in becoming Catholic or who wants to learn more about the Catholic Faith? Invite him or her to Holy Family’s RCIA Class. RCIA stands for the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults. Our RCIA class begins on September 9 at 7:00 p.m. in Holy Family’s Halpine Room. RCIA is beginning for the last time, meaning that it will never come to a stop again. Some people who will start classes … Read entire article »

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Women’s Club plans September 3 Membership Luncheon

Women’s Club plans September 3 Membership Luncheon

The annual Holy Family Cathedral Women’s Club Fall Membership & Installation Meeting is Thursday, September 3rd, 2015. This event is for all parish women who are thinking about joining the Women’s Club. All current members are attending too. The celebration starts with the Noon Mass at Holy Family Cathedral Chapel. Following Mass, everyone will enjoy a wonderful, no-cost catered lunch in the Auditorium. At the conclusion of lunch, the Club will be installing new officers! Membership dues … Read entire article »

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The Relics of Saint Maria Goretti at Holy Family on November 10

The Relics of Saint Maria Goretti at Holy Family on November 10

The relics of Saint Maria Goretti are coming to Holy Family Cathedral on November 10 and 11. The Diocese of Tulsa has arranged for public veneration at Holy Family, Saint Therese in Collinsville, Bishop Kelley High School, & Saints Peter & Paul. Holy Family’s Schedule Mass: November 10, 6:00 p.m. Public Veneration of the Relics: November 10, 7:00 p.m. to November 11, 6:59 a.m. (all night) Mass: November 11, 7:00 a.m. The schedules for Saint Therese, Bishop Kelley, and Saints … Read entire article »

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Fr. Jovita: August presents New Opportunities to Serve

Fr. Jovita: August presents New Opportunities to Serve

BY VERY REVEREND JOVITA C. OKONKWO   SUMMER’S WINDING DOWN Without really meaning it to be so, we find that the school year affects our lives more than we are willing to admit. Even here at Holy Family, the summer break had us take a break with our monthly newsletter. The school year has influence also on the RE program, RCIA, liturgical ministries, and so on. We are glad to be back after the restful summer. I’ve often … Read entire article »

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RCIA to Begin for the Last Time

RCIA to Begin for the Last Time

BY FATHER JOHN GRANT Philip found Nathanael, and said to him, ‘We have found him of whom Moses in the law and also the prophets wrote, Jesus of Nazareth, the son of Joseph.’ Nathanael said to him, ‘Can anything good come out of Nazareth?’ Philip said to him, ‘Come and see.’” (Jn 1:45-46) Have you ever had a conversation like this with a friend or relative, who is interested in the Catholic faith, but doesn’t know where … Read entire article »

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Widows Ministry thrives at Holy Family

Widows Ministry thrives at Holy Family

Carol Lapolla helped to bring the Stand in the Gap widows program to Holy Family. She kindly answered these questions to help everyone understand what the widows program does. What does Stand in the Gap offer to widows? Stand in the Gap Ministry is a program with an 18-year history. The goal is to connect people in need with people who care. Stand in the Gap is not an ecumenical organization and is not focused on specific … Read entire article »

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The Truth about the Reformation: Results of the Reformation

The Truth about the Reformation: Results of the Reformation

Sixth  Session:    Results of the Reformation August 11, 2015    7:00-8:30 p.m.    Heiring Auditorium   This is the conclusion of Holy Family’s discussion series about the Reformation. Every Christian, Catholic or Protestant, needs to know these things. Come and find out. Bring your friends, including ex-Catholics, non-Catholics, and anti-Catholics. Questions, comments and arguments are welcome.   The 500th Anniversary of the Reformation comes in 2017. Should we celebrate? Find out what the Reformation really did to us — you’ll be shocked.   A few hints: how … Read entire article »

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