We are the FSSP Apostolate in Tulsa, OK
Welcome to our website! Most Precious Blood Parish, formerly known as the Parish of St. Peter, is an apostolate of the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter, FSSP (Fraternitas Sacerdotalis Sancti Petri). We are a Roman Catholic Parish that follows what Pope Benedict XVI called the Extraordinary Form. This means that our Mass and sacraments follow the rubrics in place in 1962. Mass and the sacraments are in Latin, the official language of the universal Church.
Don't know what a Latin Mass is like? Check out the video on this page. The traditional Mass is one of ethereal beauty and has been around for almost 1700 years. We invite you to join us to celebrate and experience the Mass of the Saints with us.
Instaurare Omnia in Christo!
(Restore all things in Christ!)
Our parishioners are welcome to hold meetings and events at the parish provided they contact the secretary in advance to ensure the space is available and can be unlocked (Father has off-site meetings and days off, therefore he might not be around). The thermostat(s) must be set back to 76 before you lock up. Various rooms and the projector are reserved on the parish calendar.
Please call 918-615-8404 (Press 4) or email mailto:email@example.com
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FREE Traditional Catholic Books Online
While hardbound books are a real treasure, some of us don't have the space or the resources to purchase all that we'd like to read.
Use these links to read text, Kindle and .pdf versions of titles such as "The Imitation of Christ" (Thomas a Kempis) in the first section below or "The Liturgical Year" (Dom Prosper Gueranger) in the second section.
Please say a prayer for the sanctification of the website creator of traditionalcatholic.co; it is a true labor of love to have so many resources under one roof! May God reward you for your charity.
If you're new to our parish, welcome!
You may complete a Registration Form at your convenience. It can be completed directly online from the About tab or found in paper format in the vestibule.
Butler's Lives of the Saints
Use this great link to read an internet version of "Lives of the Saints" by Alban Butler, Benziger Bros. edition  which is broken down by month.