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UPDATE Wednesdays at the Cathedral: Feb. 17

UPDATE   Wednesdays at the Cathedral: Feb. 17

Adults: TONIGHT, the Adult Education session will view and discuss The Bible, God’s Love Letter to Humanity. This is the third part of Symbolon, the video series produced by Dr. Edward Sri. Below is an excerpt: Children: The Senior High Youth Group will make preparations to lead Stations of the Cross as part of Wednesdays at the Cathedral on March 2. RCIA and Religious Education classes will continue. Dinner: Come early for a reasonably priced dinner for … Read entire article »

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Farewell from Father Grant

Farewell from Father Grant

Editor’s Note: Say goodbye at any of the Aug. 17 & 18 weekend Masses or plan to attend a reception following the 10:00 a.m. Mass on Sunday, August 18.   Farewell by Father John Grant   Dear Parishioners: Nearly a year ago, I shared that this year was the first since I was very young that I did not go “back-to-school.” Well, it seems that the Lord has called me back to the halls of academia to further perfect my mind … Read entire article »

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What did Vatican II really say?

What did Vatican II really say?

If you liked the Catholicism series, consider continuing Holy Family’s Year of Faith nights with a six-week catechesis on the Documents of the Second Vatican Council. Come on Tuesdays in May, 7:00-8:30 p.m. to the Cathedral basement. If you wish to read any of the Vatican II documents that will be discussed, click on their Latin name below. Sacrosanctum Concilium, Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy Dei Verbum, Dogmatic Constitution on Divine Revelation Lumen Gentium, Dogmatic Constitution on the Church Gaudium … Read entire article »

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Cathedral News: March 2013

Cathedral News: March 2013

At long last, the March edition of the Cathedral News is out. Monsignor Gier and Father Grant have secured dates for the Centennial Year celebrating the 99th & 100th anniversary of the dedication of Holy Family Church at 8th & Boulder. … Read entire article »

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Fourth Friday of Lent Reflection: Father John Grant

Fourth Friday of Lent Reflection: Father John Grant

Editor’s Note: This is part of a series of Lenten reflections by the clergy of the Cathedral. Each deacon and priest will submit a reflection on a Friday of Lent. This is a short reflection, courtesy of Father John Grant.   Did you know that yesterday, which was Thursday of the Third Week of Lent, was the halfway point through the 40 day journey of Lent? We’re over the hump, and now there’s only two and a … Read entire article »

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The Confession Initiative

The Confession Initiative

The Diocese of Tulsa produced a public service announcement that will begin to air on local television soon. It promotes the Confession Initiative, an hour of confessions on Tuesday evenings in every parish. This initiative is one of many efforts of the Diocese to promote the Year of Faith. The video features many of the Cathedral’s windows which focus on the theme of forgiveness. These six windows are in the transepts of the Cathedral, along the … Read entire article »

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A New Year… A New You?

A New Year… A New You?

by Rev. John Grant By now many of us have already given up on the resolutions that we’ve made to be better this year at: being good stewards of our bodies through healthy eating and exercise, giving up that annoying habit that we seem to always run back to when we’re stressed, or organizing our room, home, or office. But the resolution I hope that all of us have made and never give up on is … Read entire article »

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Fr. John Grant: Being a New Priest and the Year of Faith

Fr. John Grant: Being a New Priest and the Year of Faith

Dear Parishioners, This past August marked a brand new experience for me in my life: being a new priest. My life is full of new experiences right now, but one of them was that for the first time in twenty-nine years, I did not go “back-to-school.” I watched as family, friends, and our students here at Holy Family all made the annual transition from summer leisure back to productive scholarship. But I was relieved that I … Read entire article »

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