St. Joseph Old Cathedral

SJOC Mass Intentions

Saturday 5/8

4pm: Intention of Rosa Maria Baquera by Vanessa Baquera

Sunday 5/9

8am: Intention of Teresa Perales by Alejandra De Santiago

10am: Missa Pro Populo

12pm: † Marco Francisco Lucio by Magda Lucio

4pm: + Donald Steiner by Karyn Seabrooke

Monday 5/10

12pm: + Kiki Strandberg by Susan Kropp

Tuesday 5/11

12pm: Intention of Kathy Vian by Karyn Seabrooke

Wednesday 5/12

12pm: Intention of Rev. David Cowder

6:30pm: Intention of Ariel Flores

Thursday 5/13

12pm: +Margaret Tener by Katie Gordy 

Friday: 5/14

12pm: +Rafael Regalado by Sabas Penaloza

Saturday: 5/15

4pm: +Joseph Sykora by James Sykora

 Sunday: 5/16

8am: +Ozzie Means by Bruce Means

10am: Missa Pro Populo

12pm: +Lina Navarro by Elida Correa

4pm: Intention of Briggs Ready by Susan Kropp


Confession Schedule

Weekdays 11:15am (English)

Saturdays  3:00pm (English)

Sundays   11:15am (Spanish)

Wednesdays 5:45pm (Spanish)

Mass Schedule

Saturday Vigil 4:00pm
Sunday 8:00am, 10:00am, 4:00pm
12:00noon in Spanish

Weekdays 12:00noon
Wednesdays 6:30pm in Spanish
Holy Days 7:00am, 12noon, 7:00pm

Office Hours

Monday - Friday: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm


COVID-19 Guidelines Update

Parishes throughout the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City are beginning to return back to normal. While we are now allowed to return to full capacity, I am aware of families and individuals that would prefer to remain socially distant. Our barriers have been removed in the center rows, but our side aisles and the lower floor, overflow area will remain areas for people that are at high risk and wish to have some more space around them. We will also continue purifying our fingers after parishioners receive communion on the tongue. Parishioners are also encouraged to continue using a mask, sanitize their hands before coming up to communion, and to be compassionate to their fellow parishioners. You can find more information on the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City’s updated COVID guidelines at 

I am so excited to welcome back parishioners who have not received the Eucharist in over a year! I pray that, like the apostles, all anxieties will melt away and be replaced with the great joy that the Lord Jesus is truly present in the Eucharist. We need His grace now more than ever!

Fr. Brian