Welcome to Our Lady of Lebanon


Our Mission

Our Lady of Lebanon Maronite Mission, serves the Oklahoma City Metropolitan area. We are a member of the Eparchy of Our Lady of Lebanon, following the Eastern Catholic Maronite Rite.

Our Church aims to serve the Maronites living in Central Oklahoma, allowing them to preserve a centuries-old tradition of Catholic faith, and to pass it onto their children. We also aim to share our rich heritage with the larger community.

As always, we remain fully integrated with the Apostolic Church, celebrating the Life, Death, and Resurrection of Jesus Christ, through our common faith, heritage, and commitment to building a shrine to Our Lady of Lebanon.

We welcome all those who want to be part of our community, sharing with them the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

17 families were able to build this mission and we thank each and every one of you who have faith in us. Especially to God for sending a good Shepherd to always lead us!


 

January 6th is the Feast of Epiphany
 Epiphany, Denho, is a Syriac word which means 'the manifestation of our Lord.' We can also say 'baptism' which means the descent of Jesus into the water of the River Jordan.
The Epiphany season begins on January 6th and culminates in the commemoration of the priests on the last Sunday before the Lent season.
The Epiphany season guides us to go deep into the mystery of Christ, who manifests Himself to humanity as the Savior of all people. This season helps us to understand the meaning of our baptism and how to live out this sacrament.
Thus we will testify to our baptism and become,in turn, through our life, the source of Christ's manifestation to society as we collaborate with the Lord Jesus to announce the word of salvation.

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