The Tulsa Chapel in Tulsa was recently dissolved. Please pray for the former members (40+ souls) who are still in shock and mourning. Many have been there for decades.
It started the Latin Mass Movement in the Diocese in Tulsa. I blogged about it's history recently.
The history of the Latin Mass in the Tulsa Diocese goes something like this:
St. Rita Chapel at Cascia Hall -->
A "Garage Chapel" -->
Mass in Hotel Conference Rooms. -->
Built a small church near the Broken Arrow Reservoir -->
1988 Consecration --> Chapel split
Latin Mass at St. Anne's Capuchin-Franciscan parish in Broken Arrow, said by Fr. Norbert Karava (I remember attending) -->
Msgr. Mark said the Mass for the new "Community of St. Peter" at Holy Family Cathedral -->
Fr. Jackson, FSSP and Bishop Slattery establish the quasi-parish of The Parish of St. Peter, sharing St. Augustine's in north Tulsa -->
Becomes Most Precious Blood Parish with their own church out by Chandler park (great place to boulder btw)
SSPX acquires larger church in Tulsa (1995) -->
SSPX sells the church, leaves Tulsa 2017