This Lent, we are called to remember the core of our relationship with God.
God created us, good, in his image and likeness. This means we are called to be in relationship with Him and with one another.
Each day, from now until Easter, take time to focus on the relationships in your life, especially the hard ones. Pray for love and grace for yourself and for those you think deserve it....Read More
Hello, we’ve had a busy three weeks, going back to the start of February. We wrapped up Catholic Schools Week, Rose Day, Boy’s and Girl’s Kairos, All-School Mass, and had a successful Junior Retreat!
The best part of working in ministry here at BMCHS, is everyday there are people looking to know God. Our students, faculty, staff, parents, and alums create a dynamic community, that is alive in Spirit of God. His....Read More
Kairos stands as one of the most pivotal campus ministry events our students experience. The weekend provides a valuable opportunity for faith development and pastoral care. Often times the seeds of faith and real relationship with God are planted. And for some, their established faith is cultivated.
Kairos means “The Lord’s Time”. Taking time out from everyday life to recognize that He calls us to a more simple, less complicated experience of....Read More
Catholic Charities of Oklahoma City and the Oklahoma Baptist General Convention recently sponsored Rose Day, an annual event advocating for Pro-Life legislation at the Oklahoma State Capital. The inter-faith collaboration met and spoke with state lawmakers and featured several seniors from Bishop McGuinness Catholic High School’s Vocations and Leadership class. The day was highlighted by featured speakers Governor Mary Fallin and Lt. Governor Todd Lamb. The Most Reverend Bishop Slattery of Tulsa....Read More
Hello, we just finished Catholic Schools Week (more photos coming) !
St. John Paul the Great said this about Catholic Education: ” Catholic Education aims not only to communicate facts but also to transmit a coherent, comprehensive vision of life, in the conviction that the truths contained in that vision liberate students in the most profound meaning of human freedom.”
In 1950, Bishop Eugene McGuinness opened the doors of Central Catholic High,....Read More