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      • September 1, 2015 | by Dave Crenshaw - Eastern Oklahoma Catholic
        September 1, 2015 - The prayer scene from Wahzhazhe, an Osage Ballet, which tells the history of the Osage people through ballet, will be performed at the World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia at the Festival of Families on Sept. 26 at Logan Square in Philadelphia, PA, to be attended by Pope Francis.
      • by EOC Staff
        August 26, 2015 - Bishop Slattery received the following letter from Dr. Carolyn Woo, President and CEO of Catholic Relief Services, for our diocesan donation to help the people of Nepal after the devastating earthquake occurred in their country on April 25, 2015.
      • by Dave Crenshaw - Eastern Oklahoma Catholic
        August 24th, 2015 - On Aug. 22 after celebrating Mass, Bishop Slattery and Father Matt Gerlach, pastor of St. Pius X Parish, 1717 S. 75th E. Ave., offered prayers and blessings for St. Pius X Schools new elementary school building. In his homily, Bishop Slattery said that a year ago, he never thought he would be at the parish celebrating the opening of the new school. "But it was the dedication of two people, or should I say stubbornness on the part of Father Gerlach and Lisa Bell that made this happen."

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    • Calendar
      • Sep 8, 2015
        Social hour at 7:00 PM. Presentation at 8:00 PM. Speaker and topic TBA.
      • Sep 13, 2015
        The Benedictine Sisters of St. Joseph Monastery invite you to attend a Public Vespers celebrating the Year of Consecrated Life on Sunday evening, September 13th at 6:00 pm. This will take place in the Marian Chapel at St. Joseph Monastery (Monte Cassino School) at 2200 S. Lewis Ave., Tulsa, OK. There will be a reception to follow.
      • Sep 14 - Oct 5, 2015
        J.R.R. Tolkien was a devout Catholic, and his writings reflect a Catholic understanding of God and creation. In this class we will look at St. Thomas’ theology of beauty in order to arrive at a deeper appreciation of the poetic vision of J.R.R. Tolkien.
      • Sep 16 - Oct 22, 2015
        The Eucharist in the Scriptures emphasizes the importance of meals shared in faithful fellowship as part of our covenant relationship with God. Old Testament meals and promises provide the foundation for gospel meals with Jesus.
      • Sep 19, 2015
        Bring a lawn chair – and join us for a faith and fun-filled evening with Bishop Slattery. *** Please RSVP by September 11, so that we may know how much food to order!!!
      • Sep 23-26, 2015
        Registration is available NOW and throughout the year by going to www.stjosephmonastery.org. The next session is September 23 - 26, 2015, spaces will be available for it until September 16th.
      • Sep 24, 2015
        On April 11, 2015, the Vigil of the Feast of Divine Mercy, Pope Francis proclaimed an Extraordinary Jubilee or Holy Year of Mercy to run from the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception on December 8, 2015 through the Liturgical Year beginning with Advent and concluding on the Solemnity of Christ the King on November 20, 2016. This short course will look at what the Holy Father’s Papal Bull, Misericordiae Vultus, announcing the Holy Year, summarize the history of the Divine Mercy devotion originated by St. Faustina, nurtured and incorporated into the Liturgical Calendar by St. John Paul II, and explore some questions about God’s unlimited mercy which is an integral part of the Catholic Church’s 2,000 year old understanding imparted to it in the person of her Founder, Jesus Christ.