In the work of teaching and applying Christian morality, the Church needs the dedication of pastors, the knowledge of theologians, and the contribution of all Christians and men of good will. Faith and the practice of the Gospel provide each person with an experience of life "in Christ," who enlightens him and makes him able to evaluate the divine and human realities according to the Spirit of God. Thus the Holy Spirit can use the humblest to enlighten the learned and those in the highest positions.
Catechism of the Catholic Church (2038)
Christ the King offers catechesis to children from three years old through Confirmation in high school and to adults of all ages through various educational programs and RCIA.
If you are interested in leading a Bible study, teaching or assisting in children's Sunday religious education, being a Confirmation leader or RCIA speaker, facilitating a small faith group, volunteering at VBS or bringing a program of spiritual formation to Christ the King, please contact Jenni Butch, Director of Religious Education.
Archbishop Paul Coakley and a group of men and women comprising a Mutually Shared Vision Team met with and listened to the people of Western and Central Oklahoma over the course of two-and-a-half years in order to discern the path toward the New Evangelization. The fruit of this endeavor is a five-year vision, "Go Make Disciples." Christ the King's Religious Education Office and Stewardship Committee are committed to fostering intentional discipleship among the people of our parish. Each of us is called to follow Jesus. And through the Holy Spirit, we will be formed and equipped to "Go Make Disciples."