Diocese of Tulsa, OK
Traditional Latin Mass (TLM)

This site provides information about Masses in the Extraordinary Form (EF), also known as the Traditional Latin Mass, in the Diocese of Tulsa, OK. Information for surrounding areas (Oklahoma City, NW Arkansas, and SW Missouri) may be listed as it becomes known. Suggestions are welcome.

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The following locations in the Tulsa and neighboring areas offer Masses in the Extraordinary (traditional) Form (EF). The diocesan parishes and Catholic Charities also offer Masses in the Ordinary Form (OF) (the new Mass or Novis Ordo): the OF schedules are not posted here; please see the parish web siutes for details.

There may occasionally be last-minutes schedule changes, especially for weekday Masses and when there is severe weather. It is always best to check the parish web site for details or to call the parish office.

Saints Peter and Paul Parish (Diocese)

Mass Schedule

Sundays: 1:00 PM (sung)
Mondays: 7:00 AM
Wednesdays: see Catholic Charities
Fridays: 5:00 PM

Most Precious Blood (FSSP)

(formerly Parish of St. Peter)

Mass Schedule

Sundays: 9:00 AM (low); 12:00 PM (sung)
Mondays: 8:00 AM
Tuesdays: 8:00 AM
Wednesdays: 6:00 PM
Thursdays: 8:00 AM
Fridays: 6:00 PM - Holy Hour
7:00 PM - Mass
Saturdays: 9:00 AM

Catholic Charities of Tulsa

Mass Schedule

Beginning in January 2014 the Extraordinary Form of the Mass has been offered in the Catholic Charities chapel on the 2nd – 4th Wednesdays of the month at 11:30 AM. I have no confirmation this pattern will continue, so please use the link below to check the current schedule.

Holy Cross (Wagoner, OK)

Mass Schedule

Sundays: 11:30 AM (sung 2nd/4th Sundays)

Clear Creek Abbey (Hulbert, OK)

Please see the Abbey web site for the current liturgical schedule

St. Damien (Edmond, OK)

Mass Schedule

Sundays: 8:00 AM (low); 10:30 AM (sung)
(except Fridays)
8:00 AM
Fridays: 5:30 PM

Special Schedules

Monday April 14

Sts. Peter and Paul

7:00 AM — NO Latin (EF) Mass

Wednesday April 16

Catholic Charities

11:30 AM — Latin Mass (EF)

Holy Thursday — April 17

Sts. Peter and Paul

4:00 PM — Mass of the Lord's Supper (sung) with Mandtum. Mass will be followed by Adoration.

Most Precious Blood Parish

7:00 PM — Mass of the Lord's Supper followed by Adoration at the altar of repose until midnight.

Good Friday — April 18

Sts. Peter and Paul

1:00 PM — Liturgy of the Passion and Death of Our Lord.
2:30 PM — Stations of the Cross
3:00 PM — Divine Mercy Chaplet and Rosary

Most Precious Blood Parish

2:00 PM — Stations of the Cross
3:00 PM — Solemn liturgy of Good Friday.

Easter Vigil — April 19

Most Precious Blood Parish

10:00 PM — Easter Vigil and Midnight Mass

Easter Sunday — April 20

Sts. Peter and Paul

11:00 AM — Solemn High Mass
N.B. There will be no Mass at 1 PM.

Most Precious Blood Parish

9:00 AM — low Mass
12:00 PM — solemn high Mass



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Booklet missal (commons Latin/Spanish)

┬┐Eres nuevo(a) en la misa tradicional? ┬┐Quieres sacar mas provecho espiritual del santo sacrificio del altar? Conoce todas las formas posibles de participar en la misa que sugieren grandes Santos de la Iglesia como Santo Tomas de Aquino, San Mauricio de Porto-Mauricio, San Francisco de Sales y San Padre Pio de Pietrelcina.

Conferencia dictada por el Rev. Padre Jonathan Romanoski FSSP en el 1er Congreso Summorum Pontificum celebrado en Julio del 2013 en la ciudad de Guadalajara Jalisco el cual fue organizado por la Fraternidad Sacerdotal San Pedro y Una Voce Mexico.