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Msgr. Gier to lead Pilgrimage to see Shroud of Turin

Msgr. Gier to lead Pilgrimage to see Shroud of Turin

The Shroud of Turin will be on public display next spring! Holy Family parishioners are invited to join Msgr. Gier on an unforgettable pilgrimage to Turin to see the Shroud, then on to Florence, Assisi, Siena, and finally Rome.  Msgr. Gier will offer Holy Mass daily at many of the important churches we will visit, including St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome.  The dates are April 19 – 28, 2015.  More information and a registration form … Read entire article »

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Diocesan Catholic Youth Conference: October 4, 2014

The Diocese of Tulsa’s Youth Office is hosting the Diocesan Catholic Youth Conference on October 4, 2014. As of last year, this is the largest annual event for Catholic High School Youth in the State of Oklahoma.  We are expecting 800 people this year, and we have quite the lineup for the youth of the Diocese. October 4th is the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi. Because of this, and Pope Francis, we chose the motto of St. Francis: “My God, My All,” as the theme.  Headlining this year will be Christian Music Artist (and DEVOUT Catholic) Audrey Assad. The keynote speaker will be Chris Stefanick from Real Life Catholic, and there will also be performance art from speed painter Mike Debus. Dante Schmitz will kickoff the Youth Conference with music.  The … Read entire article »

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Annual Garage Sale: June 19, 20 & 21

Annual Garage Sale: June 19, 20 & 21

The annual Garage Sale is literally bigger and better than before. There are a lot more items relative to previous years. Thousands of items will be available on Thursday, June 19, 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Friday, June 20, 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Saturday, June 21, 7:30 a.m. to Noon   The parish Knights of Columbus moved items into the Cathedral basement as the Women’s Club sorted and priced them all. Furniture, books, toys, kitchen items, decorations, and jewelry … Read entire article »

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Something New: VBS for the Whole Family

Something New: VBS for the Whole Family

The Cathedral’s VBS is going in a new direction this year: lessons and activities for the whole family.   Let’s learn about the Church! This year’s Vacation Bible School will focus on three aspects of the Church: the visible church building, the people who pray there, and the saints in heaven. The Visible Church – including Holy Family Cathedral – is full of physical reminders of spiritual realities. Children will learn about the parts of the church building … Read entire article »

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Cathedral Newsletter: May 2014

Cathedral Newsletter: May 2014

The May 2014 edition of the Cathedral News is out. … Read entire article »

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Youth trip to Froniter City: July 30

Youth trip to Froniter City: July 30

Youth from our parish and a few others are going to Frontier City at the end of July. On July 30, we will meet at 8:00 a.m. at Saint Benedict Church in Broken Arrow. We will travel via Broken Arrow school buses to Frontier City, spend the day there, and return to Saint Benedict’s by midnight. Incoming 6th graders through graduated 12th graders are welcome to come. What do I need to know? Seats are limited. Registering early is … Read entire article »

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Paul Watkins, Organist in Recital, will play a concert at Holy Family

Paul Watkins, Organist in Recital, will play a concert at Holy Family

Paul Watkins, Organist in Recital Holy Family Cathedral Eighth Street on Boulder Avenue Sunday, June 8           7:00 p.m.   A native of Tulsa, Oklahoma, Paul Watkins began studying organ with Victor Evans at age 13. During high school and early college, he continued his organ studies with Casey Cantwell, the Organist and Director of Music at Trinity Episcopal Church in Tulsa. Paul holds a bachelor’s degree in Organ Performance from the University of Oklahoma, where he continues his studies for his … Read entire article »

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Stations of the Cross

Stations of the Cross

We adore you, O Christ, and we praise you because by your Holy Cross you have redeemed the world.   The Stations initially had elaborate frames around them.   Holy Family’s Stations of the Cross are being refurbished and repainted. They are sculptures recessed into the walls of the nave. In Holy Family’s earliest years, the stations were set inside elaborate frames made to look like the three high altars. The frames were made of scagliola, the same material as the altars. Scagliola … Read entire article »

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Interested in knowing more about the Catholic Faith?

Interested in knowing more about the Catholic Faith?

Interested in knowing more about the Catholic Faith? The Summer Inquiry Session will happen on Wednesdays from 6:30 to 7:30 starting June 4th. Come and visit with members of the RCIA Team  and discuss questions that you may have about the Catholic Faith. We hope to see you there! If you have questions, email Sisterjeri45@yahoo.com. … Read entire article »

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Black Legends: The Church in the Modern World

Black Legends: The Church in the Modern World

Tuesday, May 27: The Church in the Modern World, 7:00 to 8:30 p.m., downstairs in the Heiring Auditorium. Bring your friends, including ex-Catholics, non-Catholics, and anti-Catholics. Questions, comments and arguments are welcome. What really happened at Vatican II…and afterward? Why have so many things changed since Vatican II? Why have so many things not changed since Vatican II (like the Church’s teaching on contraception)? Where do the postwar Popes (namely Pius XII, John XXIII, Paul VI, … Read entire article »

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