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Sunday, April 20th

Easter Sunday • 8:30am
Divine Mercy Novena • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Monday, April 21st

Divine Mercy Novena • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
RCIA • 7:00pm
Tuesday, April 22nd

Divine Mercy Novena • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Confirmation and Reception • 7:00pm
Wednesday, April 23rd

Divine Mercy Novena • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Mass • 6:30pm
Special Ed PSR • 7:00pm
Thursday, April 24th

Divine Mercy Novena • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Knights of Columbus ofc mtg • 7:00pm - 8:00pm
The development of "Chris"

Traditionally, we believe Christ was conceived on March 25, the Feast of the Annunciation. We will watch the parallel development of “Chris” in the womb from March 25 to December 25.

(Week 4) Chris’ heart is now pumping blood.  All four chambers of the heart are working.  The umbilical cord forms like a lifeline for the baby in the “space” of the womb.  The lungs start to appear along with the brain. Arm and leg buds start to appear.  Soon Chris will be doing somersaults and back flips in the spacious world of the womb.

Mother also is undergoing some major changes.  She is probably tired and may experience morning sickness as her body adjusts to a baby.

“It was you who created my inmost self, and put me together in my mother’s womb, for all these mysteries I thank you.” PS 139:13  He is Risen!

(Week 3) Chris’ heart started beating 18 days after conception.  Chris may have a different blood type than the mother’s.  Chris’ neural tubes are forming and will develop into the nervous system.  Already, Chris has the foundation for thought, senses, feeling, and more.  The amniotic sac, which will house Chris, is formed and the amniotic fluid will cushion Chris throughout pregnancy.  Chris now has a yolk sac which supplies blood and nutrients until the placenta has developed and is ready to take over.

“Your own hands shaped me, modeled me.”  Job 10:8

Last update : 04/20/2014

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Human fulfillment?

Here is an interesting article that explains why sterilization of humans is immoral.

 

Last update : 03/24/2014

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Do not delay baptism!

Here is an article on the importance of baptizing your baby as soon as possible.

http://www.crisismagazine.com/2014/the-urgency-of-infant-baptism

Last update : 03/06/2014

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The Basics

Do you know the 10 Commandments? If not, then how can you keep them?

Do you know the beatitudes? If not, then how can you be counted among the blessed?

Do you know the gifts and the fruits of the Holy Spirit? If not, then how can you be led by the Spirit?

Learn your faith.

Know the faith.

Then you can practice the faith.

Last update : 01/13/2014

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Stained glass window project

Stained glass has been known as preaching the Gospel so that it reaches the heart of the faithful through the eyes, rather than the ears—a visible reminder of an Invisible Light.

Thanks to the generous donation from a family wishing to remain anonymous, completion of the stained glass window installation throughout the church now appears to be closer than ever to reality. This ongoing process has been done in phases, beginning with the featured “Resurrection” stained glass above the altar, then stained glass installed in the Adoration Chapel, along the roofline, and other locations. Phase three will complete the process.

It is hoped that the final installation will take place in about 24 months, so there is much to do. Please look for more details about this effort in the bulletin and on the parish website in the weeks and months ahead.

Our former pastor and now Archbishop of Oklahoma City sends along the following note:

"Recently I learned that thanks to a generous donation, the completion of the process installing stained glass windows throughout Church of the Resurrection that began some 16 years ago during my time as your Pastor now appears to be coming to fruition. Congratulations! Some will recall that stained glass throughout the church was part of the dream and overall “master plan” at the time of construction. I still recall my tenure at Resurrection with great fondness and it is gratifying to see efforts that began so long ago coming to such a wonderful conclusion. It is a truly beautiful church!

I look forward to seeing the fruits of your wonderful efforts.

Please be assured of my prayers."

Most Reverend Paul S. Coakley

Archbishop of Oklahoma City

 

Last update : 10/16/2013

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