Parish Work Day and Picnic BBQ








WHEN:  Saturday, September 29

Let’s get together and make our parish beautiful! Please see the list below for the various jobs and supplies needed. If you can bring any of these items, we’d be grateful. For planning purposes, RSVP to Dr. Sam Korbe at


7:00-7:45 AM Mass

7:45-8:15 AM Continental breakfast, break out get to work

8:15-12:00 PM Work time

12:00-12:30 PM Sack lunch

12:30- 4:00 PM Work time

4:00- 8:00 PM Parish Picnic, barbecue (NOTE:  You can come to the picnic even if you can’t make the work day.)

Proposed Work Items


Landscape Crew

  • Mulch under swing sets (box blade, sod cutter, etc.)
  • Remove old swings (need manpower and trailer)
  • Burn the pallets (part of church picnic bonfire?)
  • Brush clearing/branch clearing from edges of property (need chainsaws, branch cutters etc.)
  • Remove concrete parking bumpers behind church (need manpower and a trailer)
  • Concrete parking pad removal? (jackhammer/skid steer req.)

Build/metal crew

  • Remove the flag pole (need a cutting torch or angle grinder)
  • Remove basketball goal with no backboard (need cutting torch or angle grinder)
  • Weld metal gate by the field (need a welder)
  • Plug up bird and wasp entry (need manpower and verification that the nests are empty prior to plugging)
  • Plug joint along the wall (an outdoor construction grade silicone would suffice)

Planting Crew

Workday commemorative Crepe myrtle and replant bed under front sign


  • Soundstage removal… (need replacement drywall, tools, supplies)
  • Clean/organize storage areas

FSSP and Ordination Videos

Thank you to Patrick Phibbs and his family for providing the following videos for us to enjoy.

Below is an excerpt of the Holy Mass being celebrated at the FSSP parish in Rome, Italy at Santissima Trinità dei Pellegrini. Note the picture above the altar from which we were inspired.

Here an excerpt from Fr. Seth Phipps’ ordination to the FSSP in Warrington, England.

Below is a beautiful photo essay from the Catholic Herald of Fr. Phipps’ ordination by the Archbishop of Liverpool.

PICTURES: Archbishop McMahon celebrates Old Rite ordination at Warrington

Easter Schedule

Holy Thursday – Holy Mass at 7:00 p.m. with adoration until midnight

Good Friday – Good Friday Liturgy at 3:00 p.m.

Holy Saturday – 10:00 p.m. Vigil followed by Holy Mass

Easter Sunday – Low Masses at 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.

Stations of the Cross

Posted February 16, 2018

Every Friday during Lent, we will have Stations of the Cross beginning at 6:15 pm followed by Holy Mass at 7:00 pm.

Bring Your Candles to be Blessed

Posted January 26, 2018

Please bring any candles to be blessed this week before Masses on Friday, February 2, Feast of the Purification.

St. Blaise Blessing of Throats

Posted January 26, 2018

After both Masses Saturday and Sunday, January 27 and 28, Father will perform the blessing of throats.

Bible Timeline Starts this Week

Posted January 26, 2018

Following the 6 pm Holy Mass this Wednesday, January 31, we will begin “The Bible Timeline-The Story of Salvation.”

Upcoming Parish Mission

Posted January 14, 2018

*****Save the Date*****

Sunday, February 4th – 9th

Most Precious Blood Parish will be having a parish Mission with Fr. Collins of The Missionaries of St.John the Baptist.

The Mission will consist of a kick off on Sunday, February, 4th where Fr.Collins will introduce the topic of the Mission at the 11am Mass.

Catechism classes will be held each morning Monday through Thursday after Mass.

Fr.Collins will also be saying Holy Mass each evening and giving the Mission Talk afterwards at 7pm.

We would like to thank Fr.Define who has very graciously given us this opportunity before the Season of Lent begins!

Please join us for The Mission, beginning Sunday, February 4th – 9th!

I will be sending out a sign up sheet for those of you who can help with evening snacks. All Mass times to be announced.

There are posters at the parish with the Mission information on them, if you have any further questions, please call Beth Neubauer 918-808-1275.

40 Days for Life Kickoff Rally

Posted September 22, 2017

September 27, at 6 pm in the Garden of Hope (6135 E. 32nd Place, Tulsa). From September 27 through November 5, you’re invited to join other Christians for 40 Days for Life – 40 days of prayer and fasting for an end to abortion. You’re also invited to stand and peacefully pray during a 40-day vigil at the Garden of Hope, and also to help spread the word about this important community outreach. If you’d like more information— and especially if you’d like to volunteer to help—please contact [parish coordinator] or the Campaign Director, Jeremy Priest: or 918- 383-0878.