Time: May 17th, 2018 @ 7:00PM.
Location: Blu’s BBQ and Burgers
612 N Robinson Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
Father Zurita is a priest with the Priestly Fraternity of St Peter. He grew up in NYC and entered with the Fraternity about 10 years ago. He was ordained to the priesthood about 3 years ago and is currently serving as the assistant pastor at St. Damien of Molokai outside of Edmond. Come join us and Fr. Z on Thursday May 17 @ Blu’s BBQ where he’ll be speaking about the Four Last Things: Judgement, Heaven, Hell, and Purgatory!
P.S. He enjoys Chimay blue label in case you’re interested.
There will be adoration available before, during, and after the event at St. Josephs! Please talk to (or text/call) Dominic (405.204.1012) or Leah (949.923.9018) if you need the door code to St. Josephs! See you all then!!!
#cyaofokc #newevangelization #cultivatecommunity
Time: Thursday May 10th, 2017 @ 7PM.
Location: Fassler Hall
421 NW 10th St
Oklahoma City, OK 73103
The 2nd Thursday of May is coming up! What does that mean!? It means a lot of people are ending the semester or even graduating! It means a whole lot of friendly faces will be meeting up to socialize and learn more about our Catholic Young Adult group! It means we will meet at Fassler Hall in Midtown OKC to hang out and enjoy the great atmosphere, food, and drink! Lastly it means you are invited to come out and enjoy fellowship! Please invite others! We hope to see you soon!!!
There will be adoration available before, during, and after the event at St. Josephs! Please talk to (or text/call) Dominic (405.204.1012) or Leah (949.923.9018) if you need the door code to St. Josephs! See you all soon!!!
St. Josephs Old Cathedral
307 NW 4th St
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
P.S. bring those awesome vocals if you would like to partake in KARAOKE!
#Oldfriends #NEWfriends #Fellowship #CYAOFOKC #Endofsemester #Comerelax
Time: May 3rd, 2018 @ 7:00PM.
Location: St Francis of Assisi Church 3rd floor of the Meerschaert house.
1901 NW 18th St
Oklahoma City, OK 73106
Can Christians learn anything about the moral life from Aristotle?
In Book VII of the Nicomachean Ethics, Aristotle describes six “states of character.” These states are the different ways human beings can be predisposed with regard to their moral behavior—or the different kinds of people there are in the world, morally speaking. Our guest speaker, Alex Schimpf, Director of the Office of Marriage and Family Life, will briefly explain and distinguish these states of character, and then we’ll ponder together what effect God’s grace has on these natural realities.
We will meet at St. Francis of Assisi on the 3rd floor of the Meerschaert house. See you all soon!