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Totus Tuus comes to Holy Family this summer

Totus Tuus comes to Holy Family this summer

Great News! We are happy to announce that this summer Holy Family Cathedral will be hosting Totus Tuus June 28th – July 3rd, in association with the Diocese of Tulsa’s Youth Office. Totus Tuus, which means “Totally Yours” and was Pope St. John Paul II’s papal motto, is a summer catechesis program similar to vacation bible school, but more substantial and solidly Catholic! This year’s curriculum, which is taught by a team of energetic Catholic young … Read entire article »

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Corpus Christi 2015

Corpus Christi 2015

Corpus Christi, the solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ, will be observed on two days: On Thursday, June 4, Bishop Slattery will pray Vespers at 7:00 p.m. in the Cathedral. An outdoor Eucharistic Procession and Benediction will follow immediately. That weekend, June 6 & 7, the Cathedral’s Masses will observe Corpus Christi Sunday. Bishop Slattery will be the celebrant at the 10:00 a.m. Mass. … Read entire article »

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Secular Franciscans invite us to “Come and See”

Secular Franciscans invite us to “Come and See”

The parish fraternity of Secular Franciscans invite all parish Catholics in good standing who are eighteen years of age to Come and See.   The fraternity will meet this Sunday, May 17, at 2:00 p.m. in the Halpine Room in the basement of the Cathedral. They will continue to meet on the third Thursday of the month.   Leila Safavi, OFS, is the minister of the Holy Family Fraternity. If you wish to get more information, contact her at … Read entire article »

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Youth: Frontier City trip

Youth: Frontier City trip

The annual Youth Trip to Frontier City is on Wednesday, July 29, 8 am to Midnight. Cost is $35. Incoming 6th graders through graduated 12th graders are welcome. Want to come? Here’s what to do: 1. Download a flyer and a medical form. 2. Get a check for $35 to Mike Malcom by July 22. 3. Meet at St. Benedict’s in B.A. for Mass at 8am on July 29. We’ll be stopping halfway to Oklahoma City for a snack in … Read entire article »

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Annual Memorial Day Mass moved to St. Bernard’s

Bishop Slattery has decided that due to the inclement weather, the Memorial Day Mass originally scheduled to be held at Calvary Cemetery has been moved to Saint Bernard of Clairvaux Parish, 4001 East 101st Street. The Mass will be Monday, May 25 at 8:30 am. Each year the Bishop celebrates a special Memorial Day Mass, praying for the repose of those who have died in service to our nation as well as for all those who are buried there. Note: Holy Family’s Mass on Memorial Day will be at 9:00 a.m. … Read entire article »

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Knights of Columbus review first part of 2015

Knights of Columbus review first part of 2015

by Martin Reidy   Once again we strike our banner and draw the bridge on Castle Keep to prepare for the coming summer and catch up on our sleep! So, until the waning days of summer when there’s a changing of the air we’ll open up the Keep and hope that you’ll be there! But we still have one more breakfast downstairs in Heiring Hall then we’ll bank the fires and close up until the Fall! so, please do come and see us just this one last time for a plate … Read entire article »

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Stewardship: The Outcome of Intentional Catholicism

Stewardship: The Outcome of Intentional Catholicism

by Very Reverend Jovita C. Okonkwo   Faith Flourishing In my previous discussions on Intentional Catholicism, I have emphasized liturgical and spiritual renewal, communication of our faith to others, education and catechesis. This month, I’d like to discuss stewardship as a means to let our faith flourish. I am aware that several Catholics think only of money whenever they hear the word stewardship. For them, whenever the priest or a member of the parish stewardship team contacts them, … Read entire article »

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