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Sing Praise at Bishop Kelley

Sing Praise at Bishop Kelley

Youth of the Parish grades 6 -12 th are invited to attend the Diocese of Tulsa and Eastern Oklahoma Sing Praise Night at Bishop Kelley High School in Tulsa. This is an event that is being held live at several locations around the Diocese. Please RSVP to Monica Conro at holyfamilyfaithformationtulsa@gmail.com. A count is needed because dinner will be provided. Please note all attendees must have current release and permission slips on file in  order to attend. These … Read entire article »

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Rachel’s Vineyard Retreat – Healing After Abortion

Rachel’s Vineyard Retreat – Healing After Abortion

                Abortion can leave lasting effects on women and families. Rachel’s Vineyard is a compassionate ministry that offers retreats to heal broken hearts caused by abortion. Rachel’s Vineyard is a safe place to renew, rebuild and redeem hearts broken by abortion. Weekend retreats offer you a supportive, confidential and non-judgmental environment where women and men can express, release and reconcile painful post-abortive emotions to begin the process of restoration, renewal and healing. Rachel’s Vineyard Website Catholic Charities will be … Read entire article »

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Wednesdays at the Cathedral – Recorded Talks

We here at the Cathedral and really all of Oklahoma are so blessed to have as a resource St. Michael’s Radio. Not only can you listen to great Catholic shows from all over the United States from sources such as EWTN and Ave Maria Radio network they produce local content too including recording and broadcasting our Wednesdays at the Cathedral Speakers. Did you miss one of our great speakers? Was there something that resonated with you but you can’t remember what it was? Have no fear. You can listen to all of our wonderful speakers at Wednesdays at the Cathedral.   We would love to see you and your family at Wednesdays at the Cathedral. Wednesdays at the Cathedral is our Whole Family Faith Formation. No need to wait until September to start … Read entire article »

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Tulsa March for Life – January 22, 2017

  Tulsa’s March Life will be held Sunday January 22, 2017. This annual event will take place immediately after the 12 noon mass at Holy Family Cathedral. Bishop Konderla will preside at the mass. About The Tulsa March for Life: Standing for a world where every human life is valued and protected, The Tulsa March for Life provides Oklahomans a place to testify to the beauty of life and the dignity of each human person. In this way we stand together on January 22nd, the anniversary of the Supreme Court decision Roe vs. Wade, to peacefully protest the greatest human rights violation of our time, legalized abortion on demand.       If you haven’t’ seen it yet check out this video featuring highlights from last year.     … Read entire article »

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Epiphany Blessings

                      Happy Feast of the Epiphany Christmas is a time of feasting and celebrating, but also a time of blessings. The Feast of the Epiphany has several special blessings designed for you family and home. SPECIAL EPIPHANY BLESSINGS   Click here to view the special Epiphany blessings from the Roman Ritual described below. EPIPHANY WATER:  The Cathedral has several a plentiful supply of Epiphany Water. There is a special blessing for water on the feast of the Epiphany because of its connection to the celebration of Jesus’ baptism. Epiphany Water is special.  The ancient rite of the blessing of the waters, with its  powerful prayers of exorcism, renders Epiphany Water more spiritually potent than ‘ordinary’ holy water. We hope you will take a vial of this water to keep at home and bless your house and family. BLESSED CHALK: There is … Read entire article »

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Wednesdays at the Cathedral will feature the New Bishop Robert Barron series

Wednesdays at the Cathedral will feature the New Bishop Robert Barron series

  Wednesdays at the Cathedral will begin the highly acclaimed new series from Bishop Robert Barron, perhaps best known for his Word on Fire website and book. The video series focuses on the Key Pivotal Players in our Catholic Faith. January 11 we will start with St. Francis of Assisi From Bishop Robert Barron’s Website The Reformer Rebuild my Church! That’s the mission Christ gave to St. Francis and it’s the perennial task of the Church in every age of … Read entire article »

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Bishop Konderla would like your help

Howdy! I have been your bishop now for almost five months and I must tell you I’m very excited to be here. So far I have been able to visit over 45 parishes and schools throughout the Diocese of Tulsa, and I’m quickly learning of the great pride we all have in the ministry and work going on throughout Eastern Oklahoma. A Good Shepherd should know his sheep, and it has been a delight to visit your communities and listen to your stories. As part of my desire to hear from all of you, I am asking every Catholic in the Diocese to fill out a short survey about the Diocese and the DDF. The survey will help me better understand how I can serve our parishes, our seminarians, our … Read entire article »

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Wednesdays at the Cathedral December Schedule

Wednesdays at the Cathedral December Schedule

We hope you will join us this month for Wednesdays at the Cathedral. We have some great programs for everyone. Special guest Speakers are scheduled too.     … Read entire article »

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Rte 66 Marathon affects Routes to Cathedral

Rte 66 Marathon affects Routes to Cathedral

The Rte 66 Marathon is taking place this Sunday, November 20, 2016. The route of the race takes runners through and around parts of Tulsa including downtown. Race organizers say to expect travel delays of 15 minutes at each race crossing. The Marathon will begin at 8 a.m., however roads will be closed several hours before the race begins. According to Channel 2, Denver and Boulder south of 6th street and north of 18th will be … Read entire article »

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