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The following resources are helpful for self-study, to answer questions or to aid in your prayer.


Daily Meditation Suggestions

Dynamic Catholic <CLICK HERE>

In order for you to have the best prayer experience possible, we’d like to share some tips to help you prepare:

  • Set a time. Make your prayer time with God a priority in your schedule. Pick a time each day when you’ll have at least five uninterrupted minutes to reflect on the daily email.
  • Pick a place. Choose a comfortable, quiet place without distractions.
  • Be committed. Will it really be your best effort ever? That’s entirely up to you. All it takes is your commitment to live better each day.

Bishop Robert Barron’s daily Gospel reflections <CLICK HERE>

During the year, Bishop Barron will send you a short email with an uplifting spiritual reflection.

You’ll also receive exclusive videos, access to free giveaways of Bishop Barron’s DVDs and books, and special discounts on new and exciting resources.

Bishop Barron will be offering these reflections in both English and Spanish so even more people can benefit.


Catechism of the Catholic Church

The Catechism of the Catholic Church (CCC) is an official publication that contains fundamental explanations of the beliefs of the Catholic faith that is used by the Catholic Church. It was written and presented by Pope John Paul II in 1992.

Click here to see an online version of the Catechism of the Catholic Church.

Vatican

Stay in touch with the Pope’s messages, letters, homilies, encyclicals and many others including a daily meditation. As adults maturing in Faith we are often on a path of self-study. As we look for enriching sources of material to inspire our minds and move our hearts, we find any writing that comes from the Pope is a primary source of this enrichment.

Click here to go to the Vatican website

Archdiocese Of Oklahoma City

Keep in touch with the focus of the Archbishop and neighboring Parishes, find upcoming programs and read the Sooner Catholic.

Click here to go to the Archdiocese website.

Oklahoma Catholic Broadcasting on 97.3 FM

Listen to programs that describe ways we can apply our Faith to address relevant matters in the world, deepen our understanding of Faith principles and hear ways to speak confidently and clearly to others about our Faith.

Click here to stream online.

Sooner Catholic

The Sooner Catholic is the newspaper for the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City.

Click here to see the latest edition

Catholic Encyclopedia

The New Advent Catholic Encyclopedia is a compilation of a few sources, one being the encyclopedia. It is described in part as being

“Designed to present its readers with the full body of Catholic teaching, the Encyclopedia contains not only precise statements of what the Church has defined, but also an impartial record of different views of acknowledged authority on all disputed questions. In all things the object of the Encyclopedia is to give the whole truth without prejudice, national, political or factional. In the determination of the truth the most recent and acknowledged scientific methods are employed, and the results of the latest research in theology, philosophy, history, apologetics, archæology, and other sciences are given careful consideration.”

Click here to access the Catholic Encyclopedia

APPS

The following are apps that you can download to your handheld device to enrich your prayer time.

Laudate

The most popular and most comprehensive free Catholic App.

It contains the following:

  • Daily Mass Readings and reflections
  • Saint of the Day
  • Liturgy of Hours in English and Latin
  • Latin Mass
  • New American Bible
  • Interactive Rosary
  • Chaplet of Divine Mercy, Seven Sorrows Rosary, Chaplet of St. Michael, Franciscan Crown Rosary, Latin Rosary, Latin Chaplet of Divine Mercy, Servite Rosary, Chaplet of Sacred Heart
  • Stations of the Cross
  • Many prayers including some in Latin with English translation
  • Guide for walking through the Sacrament of Reconciliation as well as an examination of conscience

Visit the App store on your device to download this free app.

We Join Together in Prayer

We are praying as a Faith community this month for the intentions of our Parishioners, our Archdiocese, the Holy Father and those who have yet to join us.

Eucharistic Adoration

The Blessed Sacrament is exposed on the first Friday of months following morning Mass in the main church, from 8:30 until 3 PM, with benediction at 3.  All are welcome. On occasion exposition is limited to the hour following Mass. Please call the office to confirm the adoration schedule.

Prayer for the Sick

Please pray for the sick in our parish who are listed in the bulletin this week.

Watch, O Lord, with those who wake, or watch, or weep tonight, and give your angels charge over those who sleep.
Tend your sick ones, O Lord Christ.
Rest your weary ones.
Bless your dying ones.
Soothe your suffering ones.
Pity your afflicted ones.
Shield your joyous ones.
And for all your love’s sake. Amen.

                                              – Saint Augustine

Intention of the Holy Father for the Month of July

Lapsed Christians

That our brothers and sisters who have strayed from the faith, through our prayer and witness to the Gospel, may rediscover the merciful closeness of the Lord and the beauty of the Christian life.

For more information on Pope Francis’ monthly prayer intentions, click HERE.

Pray the Holy Rosary

The rosary is a devotional prayer to the Blessed Mother intended to lead us into the silence of our hearts where the Christ’s presence dwells. – USCCB

The Five Joyful Mysteries are traditionally prayed on the Mondays, Saturdays, and Sundays of Advent:
– The Annunciation
– The Visitation
– The Nativity
– The Presentation in the Temple
– The Finding in the Temple

The Five Sorrowful Mysteries are traditionally prayed on the Tuesdays, Fridays, and Sundays of Lent:
– The Agony in the Garden
– The Scourging at the Pillar
– The Crowning with Thorns
– The Carrying of the Cross
– The Crucifixion and Death

The Five Glorious Mysteries are traditionally prayed on the Wednesday and Sundays outside of Lent and Advent:
– The Resurrection
– The Ascension
– The Descent of the Holy Spirit
– The Assumption
– The Coronation of Mary

The Five Luminous Mysteries are traditionally prayed on Thursdays:
– The Baptism of Christ in the Jordan
– The Wedding Feast at Cana
– Jesus’ Proclamation of the Coming of the Kingdom of God
– The Transfiguration
– The Institution of the Eucharist

Click here to see a detailed description of How to Pray the Rosary
or to see specifically the Prayers of the Rosary

Divine Mercy Chaplet

Why do we pray the chaplet?

From St. Faustina’s diary – Encourage souls to say the Chaplet which I have given you (1541). Whoever will recite it will receive great mercy at the hour of death (687). When they say this Chaplet in the presence of the dying, I will stand between My Father and the dying person, not as the just Judge but as the Merciful Savior (1541). Priests will recommend it to sinners as their last hope of salvation. Even if there were a sinner most hardened, if he were to recite this Chaplet only once, he would receive grace from My infinite mercy (687). I desire to grant unimaginable graces to those souls who trust in My mercy (687). Through the Chaplet you will obtain everything, if what you ask for is compatible with My will. (1731)

Prayed on ordinary rosary beads, The Chaplet of The Divine Mercy is an intercessory prayer that extends the offering of the Eucharist, so it is especially appropriate to use it after having received Holy Communion at Holy Mass. It may be said at any time, but our Lord specifically told St. Faustina to recite it during the nine days before the Feast of Mercy (the first Sunday after Easter). He then added: “By this Novena, [of Chaplets] I will grant every possible grace to souls.” (796)

It is likewise appropriate to pray the Chaplet during the “Hour of Great Mercy” — three o’clock each afternoon (recalling the time of Christ’s death on the cross). In His revelations to St. Faustina, Our Lord asked for a special remembrance of His Passion at that hour.

Click here to see a detailed description of how to Pray the Divine Mercy Chaplet
Click here to learn more about Divine Mercy