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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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Blood Drive on April 22nd

Blood Drive on April 22nd

URGENT: Due to the teacher walk-out, the American Red Cross has had to cancel multiple High School Blood Drives this month resulting in an abundance of blood units lost. We ask that you please DONATE BLOOD! Please bring a friend with you to donate to help us make up some of the lost units as this is very critical! (High School students make up 20% of our blood supply!) WE NEED YOU! All donors who come … Read entire article »

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Wednesdays at the Cathedral for April 11th

Wednesdays at the Cathedral for April 11th

Join us as Charles Beard of the Tulsa-based Stanley Rother Catholic Worker organization gives a presentation on Dorothy Day as the founder of the Catholic Worker Movement, why she took the Christian’s obligation to the poor so seriously, and how her example is followed here in Tulsa. The Stanley Rother Catholic Worker organization has recently acquired a hospitality house to assist those transitioning from homeless to independent living. The Kraston House, as it is called, is … Read entire article »

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Wednesdays at the Cathedral for April 4th

Wednesdays at the Cathedral for April 4th

Join us on Wednesday, April 4th, as we watch Who Am I to Judge? featuring Dr. Edward Sri, as he addresses the difficult topic of moral relativism in our culture today.   … Read entire article »

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24 Hours for the Lord

24 Hours for the Lord

Pope Francis has again requested that we should ponder God’s mercy this Lent with 24 Hours for the Lord, for “With you is forgiveness” (Ps 130:4). For 24 hours, there will be opportunity for prayer, Eucharistic Adoration, and Confessions at Holy Family Cathedral from 5:00 P.M. on Friday, March 23rd to 5:00 P.M. on Saturday, March 24th. Priests from across the metro area will be available day and night so that all may experience the joy of reconciliation … Read entire article »

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Chrism Mass

Chrism Mass

Have you ever been to a Chrism Mass? If not, join us this coming Tuesday, March 27th, at 5:30 P.M.! Chrism Masses see the gathering of the entire diocese, bishop, priests, deacons, and lay faithful, and are the occasion on which the bishop blesses the holy oils, and when the priests and deacons renew their promises to serve God and his people. … Read entire article »

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Wednesdays at the Cathedral for March 21st

Wednesdays at the Cathedral for March 21st

Join us on Wednesday, March 21st, as we host Sam Guzman, renowned blogger at The Catholic Gentleman. Sam Guzman has appeared in such publications as Catholic Exchange and Aleteia as well  as being a frequent guest on EWTN, Magnificat Radio, Radio Maria, and other media outlets.  Join us as he talks about the story of the Prodigal Son, and how the love of God overcomes shame. … Read entire article »

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