A Catholic Community Growing Disciples in Owasso, Oklahoma


Daily Mass is at 8:45 am Monday-Friday in Bamberg Hall in English and Thursday at 6 pm in Spanish. 

We will celebrate on Saturdays at 5 pm in English & 7 pm in Spanish, on Sundays we have Mass at 7:30 am  in Spanish in the church and at 7:30 am in English in Bamberg Hall, at 10 am in English, and at 5 pm in English. All are hybird Masses (inside and outside) which means you can come inside--as long as space allows or remain in the parking lot and listen on your vehicle's radio on FM 105.9.

Please note: we remain under restrictions by local authorities including Bishop Konderla; so at this time the church as a capactiy of 60 and Bamberg Hall has a capacity of 66. 

Mass via video will continue to be posted at 10 am on Sunday in Spanish and English on our YouTube channel, St. Henry Catholic Church-Oklahoma. Daily Mass will continue to be posted there as well. 


Welcome to our website!  St. Henry Parish is located north of Tulsa in the Diocese of Tulsa. If you do not find the information you are looking for, please contact us.

St. Henry Catholic Church

Office Hours

Monday - Thursday 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Friday 8:00 AM - Noon

Phone: 918-272-3710
Sacramental Emergencies: 918-609-6542
Fax: 918-272-1966
Website: www.sthenryowasso.org

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If you were not able to see it in person, no worries. You can watch it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DA7URZ7cLqQ 

It was windy, it was rainy, and it took a couple tries; but, it is done! 

Here is the link to the "Timeline and Procedures for the Resumption of Public Mass and Sacramental Life" referenced in the letter below:


Update from Oklahoma's bishops

Please click on the first page to visit the official Facebook page. 

Lo mas reciente de nuestros obispos de Oklahoma

Por favor haga click en la primera pagina para entrar a la pagina de Facebook oficial. 

Health-related advice


Keep up with information at St. Henry related to COVID-19:

This information is also on our Facebook page. We will continue to add resources as we find them. Check back often.


Gifts for You...

To access Bishop Barron's Word on Fire Engage,click below or text StHenryOwasso to 84576.You will sign up through Flocknote, a communication platform used by Word on Fire to provide ALL of Bishop Barron's material.



To get started using Formed, choose sign up, then choose that you belong to a parish, search for us by ZIP code, then enter your info. After that first time, you won't need to go through that process again. You can use the Formed app on any device. You can also stream via Apple TV, Android TV and Roku. Take your faith resources wherever you go.

Our first study for 2021 is a 7 session study on saints who reformed the Church. We will begin the week of January 10, you have the choice to meet on one of the following days: Mondays at 6:30pm, Wednesdays at 6:30pm (virtual meetings), or Thursdays at 9:30 am (Kindred Spirits). Cost is $5 for study materials. No childcare due to COVID. 

Registration link: https://www.sthenryowasso.org/Adu

Payment link: https://sthenryowasso.weshareonline.org/AdultFaithStudy

Tuesdays Women's Faith Study beginning January 12 at 10 am

Come learn about St. Catherine of Siena in this book study. There is no outside reading or work; everything is done during the group meeting. Here's the summary from the publisher's site:

In her mere 33 years she left such a rich legacy that she is named a Doctor of the Church. She is best known for The Dialogue, a book of meditations and revelations in which she shares intimate conversations with God. She used her ‘feminine genius’ to address the problems the world presented her and her words will ring as true today as when she first exhorted fellow Christians: “Be who you are called to be and you will set the world ablaze!”

Registration link: https://www.sthenryowasso.org/Adu

Book order link: https://endow-groups.myshopify.com/collections/all-products/products/st-catherine-of-siena-setting-the-world-ablaze

Today's Readings

Thursday of the First Week of Lent

Reading I Est C:12, 14-16, 23-25

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Wednesday of the First Week of Lent

Reading I Jon 3:1-10

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Tuesday of the First Week of Lent

Readings for the Optional Memorial of Saint Polycarp, bishop and martyr

Reading I Is 55:10-11

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