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St. Charles Borromeo 5024 N. Grove Oklahoma City, OK 73122 https://t.co/3AgX3dc5Px

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Join us virtually for coffee and conversation Wednesday at 10am! https://t.co/xfc6j0VqJn
7/6
2020
Today's Gospel reading gives us great insight into how Jesus prays. Go back and read Matthew 11:25-30 to see how Je… https://t.co/VMzCNiEvx6
7/5
2020
Have a great 4th of July and remember to thank God for the gift of freedom today! https://t.co/D76AjVE3uT
7/4
2020
Pope Francis' prayer intention for July is for families. You can pray with him by watching this video. https://t.co/wpgZCqH06Q
7/3
2020
If you have a moment today, pray for those who are suffering from the coronavirus. https://t.co/05S5Ktpe7T
7/2
2020
Maybe you're not quite ready to come back to Mass with your children. But you can continue to make your home a scho… https://t.co/NmXVhcWZV0
7/1
2020
Hopefully, you've had ample opportunities to reflect on the beauty of creation and our place in it this summer. If… https://t.co/MdKT5LUJ4Q
6/30
2020
You can read the letter that St. Thomas More wrote to his daughter, Meg, here: https://t.co/HDMgFjsl6z https://t.co/D0w0aCKpJqLast week 364 individuals or families were served from the Dorothy Day Center. Thanks to all our volunteers that de… https://t.co/Aza2tlrCM2
6/29
2020
Whoever welcomes a baptized Christian receives the presence of Christ Himself. May we treat everyone as Christ this… https://t.co/bWHASIw495https://t.co/BMCkEXhkrr
6/28
2020
Listen to this interview with Dr. Michael Naughton to learn about the relationship between work, rest, and how we s… https://t.co/SLjn9PT6hQTake some time to pray for our 2020 High School graduates- may the Lord bless and guide them on their journey. https://t.co/InD3m1UdOm
6/27
2020
Take a moment and pray for those close to death today. May they entrust themselves to our loving Lord, and may He,… https://t.co/zviEeogZB7
6/26
2020
To all fathers, happy Father's Day! https://t.co/e02Jhv14sd
6/21
2020
Today we celebrate Mary's heart, the heart that said "yes" to God without hesitation. Through the intercession of t… https://t.co/0XpPDmFkkv
6/20
2020
That's right, God's time is not our time! Have a great day! https://t.co/B7ro5RLSjF
6/19
2020
With summer in full swing, now is a great time to listen to St. Francis' "Canticle of the Sun," also known as the "… https://t.co/0057MOcWoz
6/16
2020
Say a prayer today for scientists, nurses, doctors, and everyone else helping fight the coronavirus pandemic. Lord,… https://t.co/mqEtGF3pn0
6/15
2020
https://t.co/HXsRiZ6CjpHave a blessed Solemnity of Corpus Christi, and take some time to thank our Lord today for His gift of the Eucharis… https://t.co/WdwOQV1nmz
6/14
2020
In tomorrow's first reading, Moses reminds the Israelites that God fed and sustained them with new food. For 2,000… https://t.co/is6QaFER0b
6/13
2020
You've got 12 days to honor St. John the Baptist - his nativity is on June 24. That means 12 days of summer fun to… https://t.co/JXRVZ3l0E5
6/12
2020
This passage is from a homily St. Bernard gave on the Song of Songs. It's a great reminder that we cannot "go it al… https://t.co/HIym5SvYUN
6/10
2020
St. Ephrem wrote more than 400 hymns during his lifetime, using orthodox teaching and catchy melodies to combat her… https://t.co/MBgJFw6ifG
6/9
2020
Today begins several days of Mass readings recounting the life of Elijah, the prophet who radically trusted in the… https://t.co/ukZaWv5HGeJoin us on Facebook LIVE- Wednesdays at 10am for conversation with Fr.Tim and Fr. Macario! https://t.co/z4jDX18swg
6/8
2020
On this Holy Trinity Sunday, may we remember that our God is a God of relationships - Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. https://t.co/l9YtNOzTiU
6/7
2020
Let’s admit it – seeing so many people wearing masks is strange. But our Lord is still present in our lives. Pleas… https://t.co/f8w7VrwuaP
6/6
2020
Happy ordination day Fr.Tim 31 years of ministry never looked this good! https://t.co/oVTUs107lMORDINATION DAY FR TIM
6/4
2020
This famous line from G.K. Chesterton certainly applies to prayer. It is better to have a "bad" day of prayer than… https://t.co/5Fl7vvDf1K
6/3
2020
Besides "Bless us, O Lord..." do you use any other prayers at mealtimes? Maybe the Superman Grace you learned at Bi… https://t.co/hbhvbl5BpK
6/2
2020
June is FULL of special days for Catholics. Watch the video to learn more: https://t.co/JoYkigyFfhPope Francis added today's feast to the calendar just two years ago. It's a great day to pray the Rosary and ask fo… https://t.co/BAZB5yuJpC
6/1
2020
Today we commemorate the descent of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost. Lord, may we burn with the fire of your love toda… https://t.co/VLWGJnp7xa
5/31
2020
During this time of worldwide upheaval, thank you for your support of the St.Charles Borromeo community! https://t.co/GHWqkqRIlv
5/30
2020
Happy Ordination Day to our very own Fr.Macario! 6 years of priesthood and so many more to come- continue praying f… https://t.co/OAgygGsexV
5/29
2020
This saying is often misattributed to St. Ignatius of Loyola, but the maxim reveals a deep truth - we must trust fu… https://t.co/063KJDyFYb
5/28
2020
If you have a moment today, pray for those on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic. https://t.co/Z3rDNckyCo
5/27
2020
This famous passage reminds us that life can go in cycles or seasons. And while we are in an extraordinary season r… https://t.co/Umj7qN9Frb
5/26
2020
Today we celebrate Jesus' return to His throne in heaven after His Resurrection. Have faith - He will return! https://t.co/DTRoFc4eQE
5/24
2020
In the first reading for today (Acts 18:23-28), we see a beautiful example of fraternal correction. Apollos has hea… https://t.co/6ZGTPlM2BH
5/23
2020
Memorial Day Mass will be Monday May 25th at 9am You can always join us on FB Live or now in person! https://t.co/wsxzeouJKPSt. Rita experienced excruciating difficulties throughout her life. She is the friend of all who have been abused. https://t.co/tkFAC1QIs6
5/22
2020
Get to know one of our newest and youngest beatified Catholics here: https://t.co/pzfnugaphm https://t.co/au5HY81QQH
5/21
2020
God wants to give us the water that quenches all thirst. May we be humble enough to accept it today!… https://t.co/QYVwpthtU0God wants to give us the water that quenches all thirst. May we be humble enough to accept it today!… https://t.co/3eMtWR6V08
5/20
2020
Saint Pope John I died in prison, a victim of neglect at the hands of local authorities. Through his intercession,… https://t.co/HgImibOtE3
5/19
2020
Whether you are struggling with health concerns, job loss, or loneliness, Jesus suffered, died and rose for you. https://t.co/Sb6qqVL4hp
5/18
2020
https://t.co/BbhU4LYqWvIn this time of pandemic, a priest in Ireland urges us to spiritually adopt and pray the Divine Mercy chaplet for t… https://t.co/qN7GAopE6x
5/17
2020
Have you ever experienced desolation in prayer? If so, stay with the Lord and know that you ARE brave to do so. And… https://t.co/UakVjzyxmP
5/15
2020
St. Matthias was chosen to replace Judas among the Apostles. You can read more about him in the first chapter of th… https://t.co/XdlABBUhb3
5/14
2020
On this day in 1981, St. Pope John Paul II survived an assassination attempt. He later met and forgave his attacker… https://t.co/SURQ8hwnz4
5/13
2020
Here’s just one story of how the Church is still in action during this time: https://t.co/KtnheaI2Xg https://t.co/QVz3Hx8kGL
5/12
2020
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5/11
2020
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5/10
2020
That's right, you can lavish love and attention on our Blessed Mother this Mother's Day too! https://t.co/DzlD5QAbJ6
5/9
2020
If we remain united to Him, truly nothing can harm us in these challenging times. https://t.co/Qmj8bDgZxB
5/7
2020
We thank all the ministries that continue to serve! The Women of St. Charles held a drive- thru baby shower for Wi… https://t.co/eJkrQpgKfnIn the midst of this pandemic, there is no better way to start the day than by entrusting our waking hours to God https://t.co/owHSNzvWMM
5/6
2020
Mary knows about our troubles. She saw her son suffer and die on the cross. Surely she will not abandon us in our h… https://t.co/BXAIrSoSoD
5/5
2020
This week we remember the hard work and sacrifice of all teachers, but especially those who prepare students for et… https://t.co/skegR4VvXL
5/4
2020
https://t.co/GQXXBhQ9ehIn today's Gospel, Jesus reminds the crowds that He is not just another teacher of the Law, but God Himself. https://t.co/dEm30gxlLCOn this day, we remember and celebrate the various ways in which God is moving in the lives of us all, and we pray… https://t.co/sU67ZbnTc5
5/3
2020
In tomorrow's first reading, the crowd hears Peter's preaching and many people repent and come to the Lord. It's a… https://t.co/D1FcArYUHN
5/2
2020
St. James has it right - whether you are suffering or in good spirits, now is the time to draw close to our Lord. https://t.co/uA3yWqzERy
5/1
2020
Work is fundamental to our dignity - it is through work that we use our talents for good and create something new.… https://t.co/yH7EWMXEWv
4/30
2020
On May 6, we will announce a timeline for how we will begin offering public Masses in Oklahoma and provide a detail… https://t.co/WpNZl6jzCDWhy do we use incense at Mass? Here are just a few reasons behind the use of this rich substance. https://t.co/F05O4GTAlY
4/29
2020
Putting everything in the Lord's hands right before bed is a wonderful antidote to worry. If something is keeping y… https://t.co/CXs5yrwJIY
4/28
2020
In times of uncertainty, as in the case of this pandemic, reviewing the day with God and becoming aware of His work… https://t.co/gMTN5zYX13This is still true in 2020. Every minute of every day is sanctified by Mass being celebrated somewhere around the w… https://t.co/8za2VxhoQO
4/27
2020
Even the desire to know God is a sign of His grace at work in our hearts. St. Anselm, by your prayers may we come t… https://t.co/Ei0KLdOsww
4/26
2020
Prayer in thanksgiving for Carmen. We wish you a happy birthday! https://t.co/2kcguJbQfp
4/22
2020
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4/20
2020
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4/19
2020
Tomorrow is Divine Mercy Sunday. May we all rejoice when we see Jesus on the altar (through the gift of livestreami… https://t.co/2cfLlfAs1y
4/18
2020
Can you imagine Joseph of Arimathea's shock and joy - His Lord had risen from the dead. Happy Easter! https://t.co/DtK9uScm0n
4/17
2020
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4/16
2020
"In every situation" - what a phrase. From anyone else, we might take it as foolish optimism, but St. Paul endured… https://t.co/vRBJelYTMK
4/15
2020
What’s brought you comfort in these difficult times? https://t.co/d4Uofdatmw
4/14
2020
On this Easter Monday, watch this video to reflect on Jesus' glorified wounds and why He rose with them. https://t.co/GITzDHxDHk
4/13
2020
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4/12
2020
Saint John Paul II had a record-breaking papacy. Watch this video to learn more, and share your favorite JPII memor… https://t.co/vYSDzbKAf9Our Masses for Holy Week will be LIVE on Facebook during the following times. Nuestras Misas para la Semana Santa… https://t.co/e1l97bkPTp
4/9
2020
Thank God that we do not have to "make it up as we go along" in life. The Lord is present, and He is the teacher we… https://t.co/85NYbtxTDk
4/8
2020
Our Masses for Holy Week will be LIVE on Facebook during the following times. Nuestras Misas para la Semana Santa… https://t.co/5Pk56DmlC5
4/7
2020
During this time of worldwide upheaval, thank you for your support of St.Charles. You can make a sustaining gift to… https://t.co/ovfK2q0WiH
4/6
2020
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4/5
2020
It's shaping our lives. It can be a great force for good when we use it for good. St. Isidore, by your intercession… https://t.co/yOX3ywtfxL
4/4
2020
St. Pius X called Holy Communion “the shortest and surest way to heaven.” Pray for our first communicants this mont… https://t.co/LKQ9wi6A1l
4/3
2020
You may be home but St.Charles is available to you 24/7! https://t.co/IUnmkG5A72
4/1
2020
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3/31
2020
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3/29
2020
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3/28
2020
Parent and Confirmation Sponsor retreat that was scheduled for April 4th has been canceled. El retiro para padres… https://t.co/Mhb1Ishn6N
3/27
2020

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