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      Bishop Slattery kneeling before the Blessed Sacrament on Corpus Christi, Thursday, June 19, 2014 at Holy Family Cathedral (Photo credit: Dave Crenshaw - EOC)
      Pope Francis greets a child as he visits Cassano allo Ionio, in Italy's Calabria region, June 21. (CNS photo/Paul Haring) (June 23, 2014)
      13 Candidates for the Diaconate lying prostrate in front of the altar at the beginning of their Ordination Mass at Holy Family Cathedral on May 31, 2014.
      Bishop Slattery presents a certificate issued by Pope Francis to convey his Apostolic Blessing on Bishop Slattery and the people of the Diocese of Tulsa for Holy Family Cathedral's Centennial Anniversary. (Photo credit: Dave Crenshaw - EOC)

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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
      • Aug 25, 2014
        6:30 PM - 9:15 PM
        This course focuses on the literature, theology, and history of the New Testament. Students will explore questions of authorship and critical methods of biblical interpretation from within the perspective of faith. Day & Time: Mondays, 6:30-9:15pm (Aug 25) Instructor: Michael Kiss, M.T.S. Location: Chancery Office, 12300 East 91st Street, Broken Arrow
      • Aug 27, 2014
        Speaker: to be announced
      • Aug 27, 2014
        This course offers a foundational theology of ministry as rooted in Baptism. Particular focus will be given to the role of the Laity in ministry and various types of ministry will be explored. This course will provide the experience and formation necessary for students to grasp the meaning of ministry as well as learn a variety of ministerial skills. Day & Time: Wednesdays, 6:30-9:15 pm. (Aug 27) Instructor: William Dunn, S.T.L. Location: Chancery Office, 12300 East 91st Street, Broken Arrow
      • Sep 8-29, 2014
        This class will provide an overview of the life and writings of Pope St. Gregory the Great. Reigning as pope from 590-604, he has been titled “The Father of Christian Worship” and the founder of medieval spirituality. Day & Time: Mondays, Sept 8, 15, 22 & 29, 7:00-8:30 p.m. Instructor: William Dunn, S.T.L. Location: Chancery Office, “A” Building, 12300 East 91st Street, Broken Arrow
      • Sep 9, 2014
        Social hour at 7:00 PM. Presentation at 8:00 PM - Fr. Jack Gleason, "Combating Afflictive Thoughts"
      • Sep 10, 2014
        “Life Eternal” – The biblical promise of eternal life appears late in Scripture, but blossoms into fullness with the resurrection of Christ. Explore the growing nature of the hope of those who have called upon the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob in the past and the crystallization of our hope for eternal life in the victory of Christ over death.