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      • by The Most Reverend Paul S. Coakley - Archbishop, Archdiocese of Oklahoma City
        September 21, 2014, St. Francis of Assisi Church - Praised be Jesus Christ! It is my great privilege to welcome you to St. Francis of Assisi Church and to spend this hour together with the Lord in prayer and adoration. Thank you for being here. Your presence is a powerful witness of faith in the midst of what has been a particularly challenging time for our community. I would like to gratefully acknowledge the participation of our Catholic people from around the Archdiocese but also those of you who have come from near and far to join us today. I am especially grateful for the presence of my brother bishops (and their support), Archbishop Beltran, Bishop Slattery of Tulsa, Bishop Kemme of Wichita and so many priests, deacons and religious women and men. It is a special blessing to recognize here so many Christian leaders and believers from other churches and ecclesial communities who have come to join us in prayer as well.
      • September 23, 2014 | by Lori Hahn - Diocese of Tulsa
        The Diocese of Tulsa has been challenged by Catholic Extension to raise $100,000 for the St. John Vianney Seminarian Education Trust. (The interest from St. John Vianney Seminary Education Trust is used to pay the seminary education expenses of the seminarian in the Diocese of Tulsa) If we raise $100,000 in the calendar year 2014, we will receive $50,000 from Catholic Extension for the Trust.

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      OPENINGS NOW for Catholic men & women, age 17-39.  MEN:  Clerical, white-collar positions open, public speaking required.  Some depts w/heavy workload on Sundays. WOMEN: Traditional & non-traditional positions. Welcoming, communal environment.  Commitment to service a must.  Caution: May sometimes be habit forming! ALL POSITIONS offer numerous benefits; pay huge dividends on investment.  Boss demanding but forgiving.  For further information, attend LIFE AWARENESS RETREAT WEEKEND, June 13-15. Contact: Vocations Office, 918-307-4936, vocations.office@dioceseoftulsa.org or frmattgerlach@gmail.com, 918-622-4488
    • Calendar
      • Oct 1, 2014
        Raising kids can be tough. Share your thoughts and listen to other parents discuss the topic: What Motivates Your Kid. Mr. Blake Lawson, youth minister at the Church of Saint Mary in Tulsa, will be leading the discussion on October 1, 7:00-800, Holy Family Cathedral School, 4th Floor.
      • Oct 2, 2014
        Every Catholic child needs and deserves a Catholic education. However, many Catholic families face mounting economic pressures and do not have the option to consider a Catholic school education; they are financially unable to do so. To make Catholic education affordable, the Saint Francis of Assisi Tuition Assistance Trust, established in 2001, provides tuition assistance to Catholic families whose children attend Catholic schools in the Diocese of Tulsa.
      • Oct 4, 2014
        DCYC is the annual Diocesan Catholic Youth Conference for the high school students of Eastern Oklahoma. DCYC is a day-long experience of faith, fun, and fellowship for the Catholic youth of the Diocese. The schedule includes prayer, Mass, keynote addresses, workshop sessions, nourishment, Confession, praise and worship, and recreation.
      • Oct 8, 2014
        Speaker: Bishop Edward Slattery Topic: The Canonizations of Pope John the XXIII and Pope John Paul the II
      • Oct 9, 2014
        Virtue-Based Restorative Discipline: A Catholic Response to Bullying Behavior. Presented by Lynne M. Lang, Director of School Climate, Archdiocese of St. Louis. She also authored a Catholic Parent Know How resource, Virtue & Discipline, which brings the message of virtue and restorative practices to parents at home.
      • Oct 14, 2014
        Social hour at 7:00 PM. Presentation at 8:00 PM. Speaker and topic TBA.
      • Nov 11, 2014
        Social hour at 7:00 PM. Presentation at 8:00 PM. Speaker and topic TBA.