News & Upcoming Events
We are in need of lots and lots of baby cribs! If you have any you would like to donate, we would really appreciate it.
Our donation drop off hours are Monday through Friday from 9 am to 3 pm. The donation drop-off area is on the northwest corner of our campus, facing the west.
If you have any questions, you can contact Becky Wisdom at 918-508-7165 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This full-time position manages incoming calls and walk-in clients at Immigration and Migration Refugee Services. Click here to view a full job description.
Catholic Charities Adoption Program will be observing Birth Mother’s Day on, Wednesday, May 6th 2015 at 7:00 p.m. at The Church of the Resurrection. This Mass will be celebrated to honor birth mothers, adoptive parents and adoptees. The Church of the Resurrection is located at 4804 S. Fulton, Tulsa, OK 74135. Anyone who has been touched by adoption is welcome to attend, and there will be a reception following the service. One need not be Catholic to participate. Father Stephen Austin will be the celebrant for the Mass.
This Mass to Celebrate Life will honor the motherhood of those who have made adoption plans for their children. Join us to recognize and celebrate:
• Mothers who support life in choosing to adopt
• Motherhood and to pray for all mothers
• A celebration of children born and lovingly placed families through adoption.
For more information contact, 918-508-7131, email@example.com
Andy and Mary Bidasio have been nominated for Catholic Extension’s 2015 Lumen Christi Award!
“Married for 72 years, Andy and Mary Bidasio, both in their 90s, have spent most of their lives volunteering in the Diocese of Tulsa, Okla. In 1983, through Catholic Charities, they helped convert two dilapidated buildings into St. Elizabeth Lodge and the Madonna House, respectively serving families in transition and women in crisis pregnancies. Then the couple was instrumental in the creation of Holy Child Assistance Shop, where donated mother and baby items are available to those in need. Though they both have encountered health challenges, Andy and Mary have each logged more than 8,000 volunteer hours with Catholic Charities. They are thankful for the opportunity to continue volunteering and feel that the Lord still has plenty of work for them to do.”
Now in its 38th year, the Lumen Christi award is presented to a woman religious, priest, lay person or group whose service spreads the light of Christ and transforms lives in their community and beyond. Both the nominating diocese AND recipient of the Lumen Christi Award will receive a $25,000 grant, for a total of $50,000 to fund their ministries.
Please vote and share with your friends.
*Voting is not the only method of becoming a finalist, but it does help.*
After the voting is over, finalists will be announced in the first week in May, and the overall Lumen Christi honoree will be announced in the beginning of August after extensive rounds of interviews.