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March 1, 2009hot! - The Cathedral of Our Lady of Perpetual Help
The Cathedral of Our Lady of Perpetual Help
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
The Week Ahead
Sunday March 1
Second Collection
Maintenance Fund
Coffee & Donuts (R.E. Board)
Connor Center
11:15 am
St. Vincent de Paul
Connor Center
2:00 pm
Rite of Election
Cathedral
4:30 pm
Rite of Election
Cathedral
7:00 pm
Rite of Election
Cathedral
Tuesday March 2
7:00 pm
Christian Initiation
Connor Center
Wednesday March 3
7:00 am
Senior High Prayer & Coffee
Will’s Coffee Shop
8:30 am – 12 noon Mass, Exposition & Adoration
6:00 pm
Religious Education
BJCS
7:30 pm
Cathedral Choir
Connor Center
Thursday March 4
12:00 noon Altar Society Meeting Connor Center
Friday March 5
5:30 pm
First Friday Mass
Chapel
5:30 pm
Lenten Dinner
Connor Center
6:00 pm
Vietnamese Stations of the Cross
Cathedral
7:00 pm
Stations of the Cross
Cathedral
Saturday March 7
9:00 am
First Reconciliation
Cathedral
10:00 am
Confirmation 2 Retreat Youth Room
Sunday March 8
Second Collection
Easter Flowers/Endowment/Maintenance
Coffee & Donuts (PTO)
Connor Center
Sr. B.J.’s Pantry for the Homeless Collection
Vienna Sausages
4:00 pm
PARISH PENANCE RITE
Cathedral
5:00 pm
Youth Group
Youth Room
Parish Collections
February 21 & 22, 2009
Operations
Maintenance/AC Fund
Education Fund
For the Poor/St. Vincent de Paul
$12,715.50
$1,692.00
$825.00
$85.00
First Reconciliation & Banners will be Saturday
March 7, 2009 from 9:00 am to 12:00 noon,
beginning in the Cathedral.
The Book Club’s reading selection for March is
Dead Man Walking by Sr. Helen Prejean. The
discussion date is March 28, 2009 at 10:00. For
more information or questions call Dianna Robayo,
528-2268.
First Sunday of Lent, March 1, 2009
Readings & Responsorial Psalm
Ritual Song Hymnal #996
Sunday March 1, 2009 First Sunday of Lent
Genesis 9: 8-15, Psalm 25, 1 Peter 3: 18-22,
Mark 1: 12-15
8:00 am
Bill Jewel (Utona Jewell)
10:00 am
Intentions of Cindy Foley
(Margaret & Art Eckroat)
11:45 am
Phanixco Nguyen Van Hoa
(Hoang Family)
Monday March 2, 2009
Leviticus 19: 1-18, Psalm 19, Matthew 25: 31-46
7:30 am
Peace & Safety of Our U.S. Military
Tuesday March 3, 2009 St. Katherine Drexel
Isaiah 55: 10-11, Psalm 34, Matthew 6: 7-15
7:30 am
Cal Williams (Al Smith)
Wednesday March 4, 2009 St. Casimir
Jonah 3: 2-20, Psalm 51, Luke 11: 29-32
8:30 am
Catholic Women’s Activity Club
Thursday March 5, 2009
Esther C: 12-25, Psalm 138, Matthew 7:7-12
7:30 am
Bernie Gray (Pam & Pat McGuigan)
Friday March 6, 2009
Ezekiel 18: 21-28. Psalm 130, Matthew 5: 20-26
7:30 am
All Souls
5:30 pm
Mary Kay Burgess
(Mr. & Mrs. Robert Poolman)
Saturday March 7, 2009 Sts. Perpetua & Felicity
Deuteronomy 26: 16-19, Psalm 119,
Matthew 5: 43-48
8:30 am
Anna Tran Thi Sau
(Da Hoang)
5:00 pm
John Squires
(Margaret & Art Eckroat)
Sunday March 8, 2009 Second Sunday of Lent
Genesis 22: 1-18, Psalm 116, Romans 8: 31-34,
Mark 9: 2-10
8:00 am
For the Parish
10:00 am
Bette Novak (Feighny Family)
11:45 am
Intentions of the Vietnamese
Mothers Club
Our Lady’s Penance Rite will be next Sunday,
March 8, 2009 at 4:00 pm in the Cathedral.
Attention Confirmation 2 candidates! There is
a Confirmation Retreat March 7, 2009 from 10:00
am until 4:00 pm in the youth room, Mercy Center.
This retreat is required. Contact Faith Reilly,
523-3057
or
[email protected]
for
questions.
The Cathedral of Our Lady of Perpetual Help
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
First Sunday of Lent, March 1, 2009
First Sunday of Lent
The waters of Baptism make us part of the new covenant in Christ. But the Bishops’ pastoral letter on
stewardship reminds us that “there is a fundamental obligation arising from the Sacrament of Baptism…that
people place their gifts, their resources – their selves – at God’s service in and through the Church.”
Our Lady’s Lenten dinners and Stations of the Cross began Friday, February 27, 2009. All are invited to
have a light dinner from 5:30 pm until 6:30 pm in Connor Center followed by Stations of the Cross in the
Cathedral. The hosts of the dinners are the boards and committees of the Cathedral parish. There is no fee.
March 6
RCIA
March 13
Parish Council
March 20
Choir
March 27
Youth Group
April 3
Confirmation 1&2
Thank you to the volunteers who cook and provide these dinners!
The youth mission trip for 2009 is to Chicago, June 13-21. We are sending 18 high school and 6 adults
from our parish. Please keep this mission team in your prayers as they plan and prepare for mission work this
summer. If you would like to support our Young Neighbors mission team, the cost is about $600.00 per
person for the week. This includes meals, lodging, work supplies, transportation and insurance. We are very
grateful for whatever you can do to help support this ministry. Thank you, Faith Reilly, 523-3057 or
[email protected]
ACCW Scholarship
The Oklahoma City Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Women funds a $500.00 scholarship to a senior high
school student of their affiliated parishes. To qualify, a student must possess and maintain a 2.5 grade point
average or better and/or pass a college entrance exam, show a record of community and parish volunteer
service, and show financial need. To obtain an ACCW Scholarship application, please contact Dixie Stake, 401
West Will Rogers Dr., Kingfisher, OK, 73750 or email your request to [email protected] The deadline for the
receipt of the application is April 15, 2009.
The 30th Annual Mexican Dinner benefiting the Mount St. Mary Key Club is scheduled for Sunday March 8,
2009 from 11:00 am until 3:00 pm in the Mount St. Mary High School cafeteria. All are invited to enjoy
dinner catered by Chelino’s, the cost is: children 12 and under $5.00 and adults $10.00.
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Bishop John Carroll School is working on the 2008-2009 yearbook. We need your support! We
are producing our first hardcover book and would like to help keep the cost affordable to our families.
Your support will help us in our effort. We welcome business ads, family ads, well wishes for graduates...any
thing you desire. The DEADLINE is March 2, 2009, so don't delay! Ad sizes and prices are as follows:
Business card size - $25
1/4 page - $50
1/2 page - $75
Full page - $125
***Discount for parents and grandparents or relatives of 8th graders on a Full size page are $100.
All camera ready art should be emailed to BJCS art teacher Carolyn Rossow at: [email protected]
If you have any questions concerning your submission please contact Lisa Edmonds at [email protected] or
you may call Lisa at 818-6678. Checks should be made payable to Bishop John Carroll School.
Thank you for your support!!
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The Cathedral of Our Lady of Perpetual Help
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
First Sunday of Lent, March 1, 2009
“Dead Man Walking” author Sister Helen Prejean will be the guest speaker at the Annual Dinner for the
Oklahoma Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty. Sister Helen’s book, nominated for a 1993 Pulitzer Prize,
was on the New York Times Best Seller List for 31 weeks. The film adaptation received four Oscar
nominations. Sister Helen is the founder of “Survive,” a victim’s advocacy group in New Orleans. She also
continues to counsel not only inmates on death row but the families of murder victims as well.
The event will begin at 6:00 pm on Saturday, March 21, 2009 in Connor Center. Sister will be available
at 5:00 pm to autograph books and meet attendees. All are welcome to attend. The cost is $40.00 for adults
and $17.50 for students. Reservations may be made by calling 239-2454.
St. Patrick’s Ball – tickets and corporate sponsorships are on sale now for the 2009 St. Patrick’s Grand
Marshal Ball scheduled for Saturday, March 7, 2009 at the Skirvin Hilton Hotel. Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day
while you bring hope to homeless families. All proceeds of the Ball benefit a new day center for the homeless
sponsored by Catholic Charities. Contact Jane Moon, 526-2319 or [email protected] for details.
Come and See Weekend March 28-30, 2009 at Conception Seminary College is a trip for young men in high
school who would like to visit a seminary. This is an excellent opportunity to meet seminarians who are
discerning their call to the Priesthood. This visit is sponsored by the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City Vocations
Office and is free. Please contact your pastor or the Vocations Office, 405-721-9351 or email
[email protected]
John Michael Talbot Concert
Singer John Michael Talbot will perform in concert Saturday, March 21, 2009 at 7:30 pm at Epiphany Church,
7336 W. Britton Road. Tickets are $15.00 in advance or $20.00 the day of the concert. Proceeds will help
rebuild the Little Hermitage Monastery home to the Brothers and Sisters of Charity, destroyed by fire in 2008.
Tickets are available at Epiphany Church, Office of Worship (Pastoral Center), St. Thomas More Books (OKC),
Sacred Heart Gifts (Edmond), and Mardel Stores (4 metro locations).
Catholics Living Justice Day – March 17, 2009
The commission for Justice and Human Development is sponsoring “Catholics Living Justice Day’, a
citizen legislative advocacy event Tuesday, March 17, 2009. “Catholics are encouraged to come to the Capitol
to learn about advocacy, and the current legislative session. Participants are encouraged to invite their
legislators to join them for lunch.” says Sister Diane Koorie, Chair for the Commission. “It will be a wonderful
way for parishioners to learn how Catholic Social Teachings can make a difference in the lives of their fellow
Oklahomans.
A “Faith in Politics” workshop will begin at 9:00 am with presentation by Father Gallatin and Richard
Klinge, followed by a luncheon program at 11:00 am. Lunch will be provided for parishioners and their
legislators. Participants should make reservations for themselves and their legislators by March 13, 2009 by
calling 405-523-3003 or emailing [email protected] Assistance to find your legislators’ name
is available at www.capitolconnect.com and click on Legislator Search on the left side.
The workshop will include presentations about the role of advocacy in politics, an overview of the
legislative process, current legislative issues, and the Gospel connection to political advocacy. “Participation in
public life is a moral obligation as taught by the Church,” states Koorie “and the Commission for Justice and
Human Development is working with Catholic Charities to provide these opportunities for Catholics to interact
with their state leaders.” The Commission for Justice and Human Development works in the Catholic
Archdiocese of Oklahoma City to promote justice and peace.
Father Stephen Bird, Pastor of Epiphany Parish will be leading a pilgrimage to see the famous Passion
Play in Oberammergau, Germany, May 17 – June 5, 2010. This Passion Play began in 1633 and is only
performed every ten years. Anyone interested may call Peter’s Way Tours, 800-225-7662. Reservations are
needed now. The pilgrimage will also feature other religious sites in Germany and Austria.
Sr. B.J.’s Pantry for the Homeless collection for next weekend, March 7&8, is Vienna Sausages.
The Cathedral of Our Lady of Perpetual Help
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
First Sunday of Lent, March 1, 2009
The Heritage Room, located in the Catholic Pastoral Center, 7501 N.W.
Expressway, Oklahoma City, is again open with all new exhibits in place. The
Heritage Room was developed as a part of the Centennial Celebration of the
Archdiocese in 2005 and has continued to be available to the public.The
exhibits are prepared/changed in January each year with the focus being on
the heritage and leadership of the Church in Oklahoma. This year’s
presentation includes information on Bishop/Archbishop Quinn, Rev. Stanley
Rother, Diocesan Youth, Bishops of the Diocese elevated to the episcopacy,
and also two parishes that comprise extensive history within the Diocese. The
Cathedral of Our Lady of Perpetual Help provided materials that developed
into their display and the same is true for the Church of St. Mary, Ponca City.
The Heritage room is available during open hours of the Pastoral Center.
People are encouraged to stop by the Center and visit the displays. Groups,
both young and old, may schedule a visit by attending Mass in the Chapel at
11:30 am, scheduling lunch in the dining room at 12:00, followed by a tour of
the building and the Heritage Room. Call 721-5651 and reserve your spot.
Thank you to Patricia Aaron who did the work for the Cathedral in putting the
memorabilia and history in place at the Pastoral Center.

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