Holy Family Cathedral is located in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The church is a prominent cathedral of the Roman Catholic Church in the United States and serves as the bishop's seat for the Diocese of Tulsa. Its Neo-Gothic building was constructed in 1914 and featured fifty-nine custom-made stained glass windows that depict significant events from the life of Christ. Holy Family Cathedral offers daily masses in either the cathedral church or the Chapel of peace, and its Gothic-style architecture draws inspiration from churches in France, England, and Germany. The cathedral's three spires, adorned with crosses, have long been a symbol of welcome, refuge, and spiritual inspiration for visitors and the faithful. Additionally, the cathedral offers a junior high joint faith development program for high school students.