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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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Discipleship Catholic Youth Conference: October 24, 2015

Discipleship Catholic Youth Conference: October 24, 2015

  FORMS: Annual Youth Consent Youth Consent(Spanish) Adult OFFSITE Consent Form. Bring these completed forms with you to DCYC. They will not admit anyone without a form.     WHAT IS IT?   DCYC is the annual Discipleship Catholic Youth Conference for high school students of Eastern Oklahoma. The day includes prayer, Mass, keynote addresses, workshop sessions, and confession. This year, the theme is One Lord, One Faith, One Church, based on John 17:22. WHO WILL BE THERE?   The conference features recording artist Matt … Read entire article »

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Diocesan Catholic Youth Conference: October 4, 2014

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 … Read entire article »

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