CYA Potluck & Sweater Party!

When: December 9th, 2017 6:30pm-9:30pm

Where: St. Francis of Assisi Parish Hall
1901 NW 18th St, Oklahoma City, OK 73106

Let’s Celebrate this Advent season with BBQ and tacky sweaters!

Dress to impress in your holiday worst! Prizes will be awarded.
We will also have a DJ this year, so wear your dancing shoes!

SATURDAY, December 9, 6:30pm- 9:30pm
St Francis of Assisi Parish Hall
1901 NW 18th St, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73106

BBQ Pulled Pork and Chicken will be provided. Please sign up through our Punchbowl invite to bring a dish to share:

We will be attending 5pm Mass at St Francis Parish before the party. All are welcome to join!

We look forward to seeing you, please invite friends!!
We will also be collecting unwrapped item donations for Birth Choice of Oklahoma City.

Birth Choice relies on donations of material goods to assist with providing for the needs of the pregnant women and children who seek our support. Maternity and infant clothing, diapers and baby formula are always in short supply!

Other items needed include:
heavy blankets, receiving blankets, newborn diapers, baby wipes, onesies, sleepers, outfits, booties, and baby baths.

Items must be unwrapped and in packaging with the tags attached. Bring items you wish to donate to the party, and we willl handle the rest!


12/03/2017 CYA Church Hop!

Time: December 3rd, 2017 @ 11:00AM

Location: St Philip Neri Catholic Church
1107 Felix Pl, Midwest City, OK 73110

Hey CYAs come join us this Sunday for our monthly church hop at Saint Philip Neri in Midwest City. Mass starts at 11! If you have a blue CYA shirt feel free to wear that, or in honor of the first week of Advent wear purple!

Afterwards we will eat at The Garage nearby along Sooner road!

Start Advent off right with Mass and fellowship – CYA there!


11/16/2017 Theology on Tap!

Time: November 13th, 2017 @ 7PM.

Location: Blu’s BBQ and Burgers
612 N Robinson Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73102

We know that parents, especially, and the Church in her maternal and paternal care of families, have reason to take very seriously the formation not only of young children but also of all those who will work and pray and learn and teach their families and neighbors. Those who are called to be parents will be the “first teachers,” as the Catechism says, of their children; those who are called to other forms of service, particularly to priestly fatherhood or other forms of pastoral care, will have analogous responsibility for not only teaching, but for teaching teachers.

Unfortunately, modern education has too often been premised on disrupting these chains of parental and parochial instruction. Consider that “parochial” has been used like “provincial” to mean that someone is narrow-minded or mostly ignorant, and you’ll see what I mean. Even within the Church and among many Christians, a habit of adopting modern methods with blithe confidence that concerns about spiritual formation can stay in a separate box from concerns about teaching methods has prevailed. The predictable result? Generations who believe that modern methods get at the “real facts” about the world people live in, while religion lives in a separate box that most schools today label “mere opinion.”

Dr. Peter Epps believes we can do better than that. Reaching back to the heart of the Liberal Arts tradition, Dr. Epps sees a well-tested method of teaching “how to think about what really is” that is eminently practical and possible for anyone to practice and teach in the context of everyday life–and to take as far as aptitude and leisure permit. Reading piles of Great Books is fun, but optional; understanding how thinking works, and how to look for durable wisdom (traces of divine revelation) in all human learning, is essential.

After laying some groundwork, Dr. Epps will sketch in a vision of a Liberal Arts education that will challenge you to re-think how you’ll live as a lifelong learner, and how you’ll share in the responsibility of parents and the Church, becoming a fellow learner and sometime teacher among the families and neighborhoods you form. And then he’ll ask you to help him figure out how each of us can cooperate to make that vision live and breathe.

Please feel free to join for Vespers at St. Joseph’s Old Cathedral at 6:15 before the talk.

As always! There will be adoration available before and after ToT at St. Joseph’s Old Cathedral (one block west of Blu’s BBQ). If you are interested in joining and need the door code, please text/call Dominic Hoang (405-204-1012) or Tyler Lofgren (405-474-3672)

Outline for the evening!
6:15p.m. Vespers at St. Joseph’s Old Cathedral
7:00p.m. Meet, eat, drink, and fellowship begins at Blus BBQ
7:30p.m. Dr. Peter Epps begins his talk!

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blus bbq


11/09/2017 CYA Social @ Fassler Hall!

Time: Thursday November 9th, 2017 @ 7PM.

Location: Fassler Hall
421 NW 10th St
Oklahoma City, OK 73103

Have questions about the CYA group or want to get to know more of the awesome people that are part of CYAOFOKC in a casual setting? How’s spending time on the patio with great food, drink and even karaoke sound?

Join us at our monthly CYA social at Fassler Hall where you can do all of these things! We look forward to seeing your smiling faces. All are welcome, please invite friends!

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

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cya fassler hall patio