On September 10th and 11th Holy Family Cathedral Parish and Holy Family Cathedral School celebrated their 120th birthday! To celebrate, we invite our parish community, teachers, and school families, as well as past students and faculty of the school to join us for our birthday picnic! The celebration begins with the 12:00 pm Mass on Sunday, September 22nd. Following Mass we will have lunch, inflatables, games, pie baking contest, and more!
We do need your help! If you want to volunteer, please use this link.
Registration has begun for the 2019-2020 year of Family Faith Formation and Sacramental Preparation. Classes begin on Sunday, September 8th following the 10:00 am Mass. Please visit the Family Faith Formation Tab for more information and to register. Please contact Monica, Director of Family Evangelization, at email@example.com with further questions.
Holy Family Cathedral is excited to welcome back this incredible event benefiting St. Michael's Catholic Radio! Join us at 8:00 am on Saturday, September 28th on the steps of Holy Family for the kickoff of the run and rally! For more information and to register, please visit the Tulsa Rosary Run & Rally Website.
New to Holy Family Cathedral and looking to get more involved? Please fill out the HFC Parish Registration Form and drop it in the collection plate, give to a member of the clergy, mail to the Parish Office, or email it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. By filling out this form and indicating particular parish organizations you and your family are interested in, a member of the staff can reach out with further information. Thank you and welcome to Holy Family Cathedral Parish!
Join Monsignor Gier on a 12-Day Pilgrimage to Poland, Czech Republic & Germany with the Passion Play in Oberammergau!
Monsignor is leading a pilgrimage to Warsaw, Czestochowa, Krakow, Prague, Oberammergau, and Munich for the Oberammergau Passion Play June 29– July 10, 2020.
The story of Oberammergau is one of faith and began with a miracle. In the 1600’s “The Black Plague” swept through Europe, striking down one in every three people and leaving in its wake miser, panic, and death. The people of Oberammergau prayed to be spared, vowing that they would present a play depicting the Life and Passion of Jesus Christ every 10 years. True to their word, the villagers presented their passion Plan in 1634 and have kept their pledge, the routine of plays only having been interrupted by the two World Wars.
For more information visit the pilgrimage website.