Bishop David Konderla said a Christian group that wants to publish moral statements but can't agree that "abortion is a grave evil" should continue without the Catholic diocese as a "co-signer" of its statements.
The Oklahoma Conference of Churches director said the Roman Catholic Diocese of Tulsa balked at language that included the LGBTQ community as a group in need of inclusion and anti-discrimination measures.
Members of Boy Scout Troop 85 wrote letters to the editor as part of a merit badge for communication, which is required to earn the rank of Ea…
Drillers interim manager joined team as third-base coach last month.
Church address: 601 N. Lake Dr., Sand Springs
The first war to end all wars came to an end four years earlier, the jazz age swept the country and the Charleston was one year away from revo…
While thousands of pilgrims in Jerusalem on Friday retraced the steps of Jesus on his way to the crucifixion, a group of local community leaders and clergy re-created the pilgrimage through the streets of downtown Tulsa.
Watching Kyle Tyson work with her 7- and 8-year-old jazz dance students, it's hard to believe that she couldn't walk a year ago.
Oklahoma Episcopal Bishop Edward J. Konieczny, who once strongly opposed stricter gun control laws, is changing his views.
When the Church of the Holy Spirit Episcopal left the Episcopal denomination eight years ago, about 16 people remained with the building at 10901 S. Yale Ave.
Floral Haven Funeral Home in Broken Arrow is preparing a memorial guest book to honor the victims of last week's school shooting in Connecticut.
Community Thanksgiving service sponsored by First Baptist Church, First United Methodist Church, Asbury United Methodist Church and First Presbyterian Church, with the Rev. Wade Paschal preaching. 7 p.m. Monday, First Presbyterian Church, 701 S. Boston Ave.
Oklahoma Episcopal Bishop Edward J. Konieczny will take no action on the Episcopal Church's approval this week of same-sex ceremonies until he meets with state priests and leaders.
They walked down the aisle at the service for Bob Barry Sr. Thursday, one after another. Coaches and players. Broadcasters and media execs. University leaders from Oklahoma and Oklahoma State. Civic leaders from Norman, Oklahoma City and beyond.