• Totus Tuus Summer Youth Program


     
    IN LIEU OF VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL THIS SUMMER, WE ARE OFFERING TOTUS TUUS

    Totus Tuus is a summer Catholic youth program dedicated to sharing the Gospel and promoting the Catholic faith through evangelization, catechesis, Christian witness, and Eucharistic worship.  A team of four college students and seminarians from the Diocese of Tulsa, the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City, and  across the United States will spend the week of June 12-17 at St. Philip Neri Catholic Church in Midwest City.

    The full day program for students entering  1st grade – 6th grade will begin Monday, June 13th through Friday, June 17th from 9:00am – 3:00pm.  Students are expected to bring a sack lunch.  The parishes will provide drinks and snacks.  Maximum Registration for this age group is 90 students.  There is NO CHARGE for registered families of St. Philip Neri or St. Paul the Apostle.   If any spaces are opened, non-parishioners may participate for a $30 fee per child.

    The team will also offer “Twilight Retreats” for students entering 7th – 12th grade beginning Sunday, June 12th through Thursday, June 16th from 7:30pm – 9:45pm .  There is NO CHARGE for registered families of St. Philip Neri or St. Paul the Apostle.   No limit on the number of registrants for this age group.

    REGISTRATION FOR TOTUS TUUS

    St. Philip Neri: after all Masses the weekends of May 14-15, 21-22 and 28-29

    No phone calls or emails for registration accepted at this time

    Contact:  Peggy Browne, DRE

     

    St. Paul the Apostle:  Beginning May 14-15:  Contact Kristen Danner DRE at 601-1651 for registration paperwork.

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  • Our Parish Woman of Achievement

    Congratulations to Melinda Herman (pictured back row, 2nd from left) for being selected as the SPN Woman of Achievement. A Mass and luncheon was held this month with Archbishop Coakley in honor of all the 2016 Women of Achievement recipients throughout the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City.

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  • Casino Night 2016, May 6

    Friday, May 6

    7 pm - midnight

     

    Help us raise money for a new digital sign along 15th Street by attending Casino Night.

    Admission is a $50 donation per guest which includes 300 "Fun Dollars".

    Buy a $10 wristband with your admission for the All You Can Drink bar option!

    Pick up an invite after Masses with more information.

    We are still in need of gaming table sponsors.

    Please contact Alicia Figueroa through the Church Office.

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  • 2016 ADF Archbishop's Appeal

    Camps, family programs, and scholarships are made possible through your participation in the 2016 ADF Archbishop's Appeal, “To Know Christ and to Make Him Known”.  To see what other programs and assistance the ADF supports, click on the "Offices" tab at archokc.org

    To donate online, visit https://archokc16625.thankyou4caring.org/Login

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  • The Year of Mercy begins

    The Year of Mercy proclaimed by Pope Francis runs through Christ the King Sunday in 2016.

    Find the Archbishop's statement on the Year of Mercy here.  More resources on the Jubilee Year here.

    Eight Churches within our Archdiocese have been designated with Holy Doors to celebrate The Jubilee Year of Mercy.  If you are interested, you can download a passport for each Parish here 

    Complete three passports (each containing a question about that particular Church) and present to the Catholic Pastoral Center to receive a pin commemorating The Year of Mercy.

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  • Night at the Garage Fundraiser

     

     

    "Night at the Garage" will be held on the third Wednesday of every month from 5:30pm - 8:30pm.  Eat dinner out and support St. Philip Neri. 

    10% of all proceeds from the evening go to the Family Life Center and School Tech Fund.

    NO FLYER NEEDED- just your fellowship!
     

    Pictured:  4th Grader, JT Berry, chowing down on his burger of choice.

     

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  • Pray, Walk, Talk

    Spring is here and that means warmer weather and great opportunities to go outside and exercise! But don't limit your exercise to just the physical, spiritual growth is also necessary. PRAY WALK TALK is a health ministry program designed at St. Philip Neri to nourish the body, mind and spirit.  Walking groups are organized based on your schedule.  Distances and location also vary.
     
    A booklet with scripture readings (download here) for the entire year is given to each participant to help navigate discussion for your walk. 
     
    Please prayerfully consider joining PRAY WALK TALK- it's not too late to make a healthy change. More information can be found on the Health Ministry Facebook page or contact Parish Community Nurse, Angie Tomlinson, R.N. @  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or 405-618-9654.
     

     

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  • FLC Update

    Beams have been erected giving shape to our Family Life Center.  The building will house a full size gymnasium, kitchen and several multi-purpose rooms along with storage.
     
    The new fence on the south will be installed soon.
     
    Thank you for your continued support to The Building Upon this Rock campaign.  This construction is possible because of you. 
     
    Please continue to check the website for monthly updates on the construction of the Family Life Center. 
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  • Discover St Philip Neri Catholic School

    Since we first opened in 1954, our goals have remained steadfast. Our mission is to serve families in developing and nurturing the whole child to achieve academic excellence. The School community provides a safe, Catholic Christian environment in which each child can grow to be a contributing member of the Church and society.

    For more than 60 years, St Philip Neri has carried on a tradition of excellence, preparing students for upper-level coursework while building a strong foundation of faith. Jesus Christ will always remain at the heart of all we do, whether in academics, athletics, or community service. St Philip Neri is more than a place to learn, it is a place to grow.

    Contact us at 737-4496 or www.stphilipnerischool.com

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  • St. Martin's Cemetery

    Many people expressed strong interest in plots and pairs of plots, and so far no one has asked for something wanted by another.  For assistance in selecting a plot,  call the church office and they or Larry Hopper will help you.   A Cemetery Map shows the plots, but you must see Larry or visit the office to see which are available.  Lots numbered in red are currently being sold, those numbered in blue are in a wooded area to be sold later.  Orange and green shaded areas indicate walkways and areas reserved for the altar, Columbarium, and trees.

    Plots are $500 each (no tax), please call the church office before you come down or mail in a check.

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Other Parish News

  • Father Fuller and Sister Diane Koorie RSM visited with 4th, 5th, and 6th grade RE students about vocations on Sunday, January 10, 2016 +

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  • RE Students collect for Food Pantry +

    The RE students helped to collect over 500 items and $160.00 for the St. Vincent de Paul Society food pantry in collaboration with St. Philip Neri School and St. Philip Neri Youth Groups. Read More
  • Jenna Hayes Receives Certification +

    Congratulations to Jenna Hayes, 3rd grade catechist, for completing the Advanced Level certification for Catechists.  Jenna was awarded her certificate from the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City. Read More
  • Health Ministry +

    Keep up-to-date with us on Facebook. Download the booklet for the Pray, Walk, Talk program. Read More
  • Golden Angels Newsletter +

    APRIL 2016 NEWSLETTER APRIL SOCIAL; FRIDAY, APRIL 8 at 5:30 p.m. We are back to our regular schedule because the date did not work out for the event that was going to replace us for the month of April. So Read More
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