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The Sacrament of Baptism is the basis of our Christian life, the gateway to life in the Holy Spirit, and the door which allows us to experience the other sacraments of the church.

Through Baptism we are freed from original sin and reborn as sons and daughters of God.   In receiving the sacrament of Baptism, we become members of the Catholic Church and our parish family.


Parents who desire Baptism for their child are required to attend a Baptism Seminar.  For more information please call the parish office at 405-321-8080 or email us at tatiana.rodriguezThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



The Sacrament of Reconciliation offers the opportunity for to receive forgiveness for sins and to be reconciled with the Catholic Church.

God's forgiveness is offered, through absolution from a Catholic priest, in Jesus Christ and is extended to His Church.  The Sacrament of Reconciliation and Penance was instituted by Christ and is offered to the Church.  (John 20:19-23)


The Sacrament of Reconciliation is offered every Wednesday at 5:00 pm in the Chapel and every Saturday from 3:15 pm-4:15 in the Church or by appointment, call 405-321-8080

The Sacrament of the Holy Eucharist is the source and summit of the Christian life.  All of the Church's sacraments, ministries and work is bound together and ordered toward the Eucharist.


At Mass, the bread and wine is changed into the true presence of Jesus Christ, His body and blood, soul and divinity.  When we receive holy communion, we are united intimately with Jesus Christ who separates us from sin and unites us with other members of the Catholic Church.  We invite you to attend the celebration of the Mass at St. Joseph's Catholic Church:

Saturdays - 5:00pm

Sundays - 7:00am and 10:30am in English

                      8:30am and 1:00pm in Spanish

Daily mass in our chapel:

Monday 8:00am

Tuesday-Friday 12:05pm


The Sacrament of Confirmation enables the baptized person to be enriched with a special strength of the Holy Spirit and unites them to the Catholic Church to become true witnesses of Jesus Christ.

The effects of Confirmation enables us to be more united to Jesus Christ, increases the gifts of the Holy Spirit within us, and deepens our involvement in the Catholic Church.


Normally children are confirmed in 10th Grade. Please visit the Religious Formation page for more information on confirmation.

Adults who have not been confirmed may inquire about the process to be received in the Catholic Church through RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults).  To find out information about RCIA, click Becoming Catholic.

"The matrimonial covenant, by which a man and woman establish between themselves a partnership of the whole of life, is by its nature ordered toward the good of the spouses and the procreation and education of offspring; this covenant between baptized persons has been raised by Christ the Lord to the Dignity of a Sacrament". (Catechism of the Catholic Church, 1601) 


If you wish to be married through the Catholic Church, please call the parish office to schedule an appointment with the priest.

The preparation time for receiving the Sacrament of Marriage is 6 months. 

Contact the Parish Office at 405-321-8080

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Holy Orders is the Sacrament through which men receive from God the grace to perform the sacred duties Christ entrusted to His Church. The Twelve Apostles were the first priests and bishops of the Church. Through the ages men have been ordained as bishops and priests by the laying on of hands to continue the mission of Christ and His Church.

In the early Church, the order of Deacon was created to assist the priest in the mission and service to the Christian community. (Acts 6:2-6) Today, deacons help the priest at the celebration of Mass, the baptism of children, the witnessing of marriage, and the celebration of funerals. They are ordained to serve and care for the needs of the Church's faithful as well as the poor, the sick, and marginalized of the world. The permanent diaconate is often comprised of married men. Through a call from God and affirmed by the local bishop these men assist in parishes.

In the Latin Rite, a man who becomes a priest must be unmarried. He is to promise a life of chastity and obedience to the Church and his local bishop. His call comes from God and is affirmed through his bishop. By the laying on of hands the man becomes a priest who acts in the Person of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of sins, anointing of the sick, the celebration of the Holy Eucharist and all the other Sacraments.


If you are discerning a religious vocation or desire to learn more, contact our parish office or the vocations office. 

The Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick extends the healing of Jesus Christ for those who are ill and are suffering.

This ministry of healing is extended to priests who share in the healing mission of Jesus Christ. This sacrament is given to those who are seriously ill, who may be undergoing serious surgery, or who are in danger of death. 


If you or a family member wish to be anointed, please contact the Parish Office:  405-321-8080

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