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Mother Miriam to speak at Wednesday at the Cathedral

Mother Miriam to speak at Wednesday at the Cathedral

Mother Miriam will be joining next week for our Wednesday at the Cathedral. She will be talking about  “How to Live our Faith in a World that has turned from God.” Mother Miriam of the Lamb of God, O.S.B. is founder of Daughters of Mary, Mother of Israel’s Hope , a religious congregation currently headquartered right here in the Diocese of Tulsa, under the leadership of Bishop Edward David Konderla. The former Rosalind Moss was born … Read entire article »

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Register Now for Diocesan Youth Conference

Registration is Now Open for the Discipleship Catholic Youth Conference. This exciting day long Youth Conference is sponsored by the Diocese of Tulsa.  DCYC is the annual Discipleship Catholic Youth Conference for high school students.  DCYC is a day-long experience of faith, fun, and fellowship hosted by the Diocese of Tulsa.  The schedule includes prayer, Mass, keynote addresses, workshop sessions, nourishment, Confession, praise and worship, and recreation.  The registration fee includes the conference, breakfast, lunch, and dinner! Early Bird Registration Saves you $20 but hurry the price goes up on September 1, 2016. Holy Family Parishioners can register here.     … Read entire article »

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Holy Family Cathedral teaming up with Nightlight Tulsa to Serve the Poor

Next week we will meet on Thursday Night – there is no Wednesday at the Cathedral   As Intentional Catholics we are called to practice Corporal Works of Mercy.  Join us Thursday evening  August 25 for a night of service to the homeless and working poor. We will be teaming up with Nightlight Tulsa. Nightlight Tulsa is an outreach ministry with the mission of Lighting up Tulsa through Loving Individuals, Giving Hope and Touching Souls. They accomplish their mission by serving hot meals and providing essentials such as soap, deodorant, first aid, clothing, and foot washing. Nightlight Tulsa serves approximately 200 homeless and low income individuals. They welcome volunteers of all ages.  This is a great opportunity for families to serve together.   How can you participate? Donate needed items – You can bring these items to the … Read entire article »

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Wednesdays at the Cathedral is a Family Faith Formation program sponsored by the Office of Family Evangelization here at the Cathedral. Each week we offer an affordable dinner and a program designed to educate and edify us in our Catholic Faith. On Wednesday, August 10 we were joined by Abbott Lawrence of St. Gregory’s in Shawnee.  He has been most gracious to share this presentation with us here, so that anyone who missed it may see it. You can find the presentation here. For more information on the Monks from Sacred Heart Abbey and St. Gregory’s Abbey you can find them on the web and Facebook.    All images in the slideshow are the property of St. Gregory’s Abbey.  They are to be duplicated only with permission … Read entire article »

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Mass Schedule for the Feast of the Immaculate Conception

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Wednesday at the Cathedral

  Wednesday at the Cathedral starts back up this Wednesday, August 3. This Wednesday we will be joined by author Maria Ruiz Scaperlanda. She will be here to discuss her recent book on the life of Father Stanley Rother, martyr. Maria is a well known Catholic author and journalist who has been published in Columbia, Our Sunday Visitor, St. Anthony Messenger and other national and diocesan publications. Maria was part of the commision organized by the Arch Diocese of Oklahoma City that collected information and prepared a report to send to the Vatican, requesting to reopen the cause for Sainthood for Fr. Rother. Father Stanley Rother was born in Okarche, Oklahoma. Five years after he was ordained he went to Santiago Attilan, Guatemala as a missionary to the Incan Indians. Please join us for this informational … Read entire article »

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NFP Awareness Week

NFP Awareness Week

This week has been designated as Natural Family Planning Week by the USCCB (United States Conference of Catholic Bishops). For those who would like to learn more about Natural Family Planning we have provided some resources for you. There are several different methods and it may take some time to determine which is best for you. Billings Ovulation Method Couple to Couple League  Family of the Americas Foundation Marquette Method  NFP International  Creighton Method and NaProTechnology  There are several teachers in the Diocese … Read entire article »

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Reasons to Send Your Children to Totus Tuus

Reasons to Send Your Children to Totus Tuus

                                                                   Why Should your children attend Totus Tuus? If you ask the kids one of their top reasons to attend Totus Tuus is the FUN.  Fun is one of the Five Pillars of Totus Tuus. Since children, especially young children learn primarily through fun, the … Read entire article »

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Choir Raffle – Send the Choir to Carnegie Hall

Choir Raffle – Send the Choir to Carnegie Hall

On behalf of the Cathedral Choir thank you to everyone who came out for Chili for Carnegie. Great fun was had by all. Though the fundraiser was great fun and raised some good money the Choir still needs your support to send all of its members to perform at Carnegie Hall in New York City this November. How can you help? You can help by buying a raffle ticket or two or three for a complete orthodontic … Read entire article »

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