Come learn more about the first U.S.-born Martyr that will be beatified in September. Fr. Rother! This includes a trip to Okarche where Fr. Rother was born and where his family spent most of their years (some still live there)! Holy Trinity parish is providing a special speaker that will tell us more about Fr. Rother and his Holy life. We will also pray, enjoy lunch at the famous Eichens Bar (cash only), visit the local cemetery where he was buried and where some of his family is currently buried, and also learn more in the Heritage room (dedicated to Fr. Rother) located at the Pastoral Center! Our awesome Tulsa CYA’s will be joining us! You should too!
9:45am Meet at the OKC Pastoral Center to carpool.
10:30am Arrive at Holy Trinity Church in Okarche, OK
11:00am Speaker and tour.
12:15pm Lunch at Okarche’s famous Eischen’s Bar (known for awesome fried chicken!) CASH only.
2:30pm Visit Holy Trinity cemetery.
3:15pm Depart back to the Pastoral Center.
4:00pm Tour Heritage Room on Fr. Rother at the Pastoral Center
Note: Fr. Rothers exhumed body is at Resurrrection Cemetery in the mausoleum (walking distance from the OKC Pastoral Center).
Time: August 3rd, 2017 @ 7:00PM.
Location: St Francis of Assisi Church 3rd floor of the Meerschaert house.
1901 NW 18th St
Oklahoma City, OK 73106
Hi you all!
At our baptism we are anointed as priest, prophet, and king. What does that really mean? We are going to discuss each role and how to fully live it out in our daily life.
We will meet at St. Francis of Assisi in the Meerschaert House on the third floor! We hope you all will join us! Map shown in the event comments!
Time: 7/30/2017 6:30am-9:30am
Location: Sister BJ’s Pantry
819 NW 4th St, Oklahoma City, OK 73106
The Catholic Young Adults of Oklahoma City invites you to help serve the poor and homeless at this month’s “Big Breakfast” event hosted by Sister BJ’s Pantry. Volunteers will be tasked with a number of different options. Some folks will stay in the pantry and help make sack lunches / toiletry bags to restock the pantry. Some will cook, serve, and socialize with the people.
Parking is on the street around the pantry. We will be meeting in the pantry at 6:30 AM to have a pre meeting and a group prayer. This is the pantry’s biggest event each month, so the more volunteers-the better! After the event, the volunteers usually go to brunch together in Midtown. If you have questions, please send us a message and we will get back to you soon.
Time: July 20th, 2017 @ 7PM.
Location: Blu’s BBQ and Burgers
612 N Robinson Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
This month for Theology on Tap we will have the biggest name in the archdiocese: His Excellency Archbishop Paul Coakley! He will be sharing a bit about his own faith journey, and communicate how the Young Adult Community in Oklahoma City can embrace his vision of “Go Make Disciples.”
It is a great privilege and honor that His Excellency wanted to visit with us at our regular venue & event, so let’s give him the turnout he deserves: please invite your fellow young adult friends & parishioners to join us for a beer, BBQ, and fellowship as we hear directly from our shepherd how each of us in the young adult community can take part in the Vision for discipleship in the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City.
At the start of his episcopacy, Archbishop Coakley communicated a vision to all of us in his Pastoral Letter: Go Make Disciples (http://tiny.cc/mGoMakeDisciples) If you haven’t already, we invite each of you to read his letter and discern with us how we can align our lives with this vision.
Several of us will gather for prayer & adoration before and after the Event at St. Joseph’s Old Cathedral (one block west of Blu’s BBQ). Please join us as we seek to grow in a deeper relationship with our Lord.
If you are interested in joining for adoration and need the door code, please text/call Dominic Hoang (405-204-1012)
Time: Thursday July 13th, 2017 @ 7PM.
Location: Fassler Hall
421 NW 10th St
Oklahoma City, OK 73103
Summer is in full swing!
Join us at Fassler Hall for fellowship, food, and drinks with some of the best Catholic Young Adults around! This event is great to sit back and relax, laugh, show off those cornhole skills, and/or talk Catholic! Please invite friends!
Also, there is now karaoke availble on Thursday nights, so start practicing those dance moves now!
We’ll see you at Fassler!
As always, there will be adoration available from 6pm through the evening at St. Josephs Old Cathedral (just a mile or so from Fassler)! If you are interested, please contact Dominic Hoang (405-204-1012) or Calvin Brown (405-543-4331) for the code to the church.
St. Josephs Old Cathedral
307 NW 4th St
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
#Oldfriends #NEWfriends #Fellowship #CYAOFOKC #Endofsemester
Time: July 9th, 2017 @ 10:00AM
Ephiphany of The Lord Catholic Church
7336 W Britton Rd
Oklahoma City, OK 73132
Hello everyone! This month we will visit Epiphany of The Lord in OKC! This event is great to enjoy the amazing Catholic Church’s in OKC and surrounding cities. And of course the great congregation they each have! Some of us will stay after Mass to spread the word about Catholic Young Adults of Oklahoma City and what we are all about! Please feel free to attend Mass and/or hang out for a bit afterwards! We will also grab lunch after Mass! Please come a bit earlier so we can all sit together! And if you have a CYA shirt, wear it! Mass is at 10:00a.m. We look forward to seeing you all at Epiphany!
#cyaofokc #churchvisit #massandmeal
#Mass #Fellowship #ParishVisit
Time: July 6, 2017 @ 7:00PM.
Location: St Francis of Assisi Church 2nd floor of the Meerschaert house.
1901 NW 18th St
Oklahoma City, OK 73106
“And he said, “With what can we compare the kingdom of God, or what parable shall we use for it? It is like a grain of mustard seed, which, when sown upon the ground, is the smallest of all the seeds on earth; yet when it is sown it grows up and becomes the greatest of all shrubs, and puts forth large branches, so that the birds of the air can make nests in its shade.’” (Mark 4:30-32)
Let’s talk about the Early Church, what it looked like when that mustard seed first began to grow, and whether it looks like the Church as we see it today.
We will discuss lives and works of Saints Clement of Rome, Ignatius of Antioch, Polycarp of Smyrna, and Irenaeus of Lyon, all bishops who were disciples of the Apostles or of a disciple of the Apostles.
We will meet at St. Francis of Assisi in the Meerschaert House on the second floor for Vespers followed by the discussion. Map shown in the event comments!