about Together in Holiness

Where Spouses Discover God’s Plan for Their Family
Together in Holiness is a marriage conference series for dioceses inspiring spouses to grow together in holiness and empowering parents to form their children in the Catholic faith. To learn more about Together in Holiness, click here.
  • "The more our families are formed as faith-filled disciples, the more our society can enjoy the peace and justice of the Kingdom of God. I encourage all couples to attend this year's Together in Holiness conference to learn how they can foster a culture of authentic discipleship in their own domestic churches."
  • - Most Rev. David A. Konderla, Bishop of Tulsa

Health + Safety Guidelines

The St. John Paul II Foundation and the Diocese of Tulsa remain hopeful that Together in Holiness will take place as planned under the guidance of local, state, and diocesan recommendations. In order to meet the needs of our conference attendees, both in-person and at-home tickets will be available for this year’s Together in Holiness.
  • We know that Together in Holiness is a vital ministry to you as couples and families, and we look forward to serving you through this conference. We will ensure adequate social distancing and encourage the use of masks throughout the event. 
  • *Policy is subject to change; dependent on diocesan, city, and state guidelines at the time of the conference. 




  • Couple: $59 | Individual: $35
  • At-Home Conference Experience: $15 (What's this?)
  • Scholarships for couples or individuals are available
  • On-Site childcare available for ages 1-12yrs: $5/child
  • A box lunch is included for each adult registrant. Parents are responsible for packing a lunch for their child(ren) who are in childcare.


  • Ministry Registration: $85 (includes registration for 2 people & 1 table)
  • Vendor Registration: $150 (includes registration for 2 people & 1 table)
  • *Pre-approval for exhibitor booths is required. Please email [email protected] for more information.

Refund Information: 
  • *If you are no longer able to attend the conference, after purchasing your ticket, you may choose to transfer your registration fees to a scholarship couple in need, or request a refund.
  • All refunds must be requested 2 weeks prior to the conference. The last day to request a refund is Tuesday, January 26. All refund requests made on or after January 27 will not be accepted, but the funds will automatically be transferred to a scholarship couple in need. Please email [email protected] to transfer your registration or request a refund.


10:00 AM
  • Conference Check-In
11:00 AM
  • Words of Welcome
11:15 AM-12:15 PM
  • A Family of Missionary Disciples
  • Joshua Bitting, PhD (cand.)
12:15-2:00 PM
  • Break for Lunch and Prayer
2:00-3:00 PM
  • The Family: A Community of Contagious Love, Joy, Sacrifice and Faith
  • Deacon Timothy Sullivan
3:15-4:15 PM
  • Becoming Witnesses to the Joy of Love
  • Becky Greene
4:15 PM
  • Closing Comments
4:30 PM
  • Transition to Mass
5:00 PM
  • Vigil Mass


Bishop of Tulsa

Bishop David A. Konderla is the second of twelve children, son of the late David and Ann Konderla. He grew up in Bryan, Texas; graduated from Bryan High School in 1978; and worked for several years as a machinist before entering the seminary in 1985. After graduating from the University of Dallas in 1989 with a bachelor's degree in history, he earned his Master of Divinity from the University of St. Thomas and St. Mary's Seminary, and was ordained on June 3, 1995. Bishop Konderla served at St. Louis Parish in Austin and St. Luke's Parish in Temple before his assignment as associate pastor of St. Mary's Catholic Center in College Station. After almost four years with the Aggies, he was named as Vocation Director for the Diocese of Austin, where he served the diocese for four years. He then returned to St. Mary's as pastor and Director of Campus Ministry in August 2005. Bishop Konderla was appointed the fourth Bishop of Tulsa on May 13, 2016 by Pope Francis. He was ordained and installed as Bishop of the Diocese of Tulsa on June 29, 2016.

Program Director, St. John Paul II Foundation

Joshua P. Bitting, Ph.D., serves as Program Director at the St. John Paul II Foundation where he oversees the Together in Holiness Formation series, a year-round marriage enrichment for small communities of spouses. Born and raised in Wichita, Kansas, Joshua came into full communion with the Catholic Church on June 22nd, 2003, the Feast of Corpus Christi while completing his B.A. in philosophy at Southwestern College (Winfield, Kansas). Joshua attended Franciscan University of Steubenville where he earned his M.A. in theology. Afterwards, he had the opportunity to study at the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross (Santa Croce) in Rome, Italy. Since then, he has served the Church in various capacities at both the parish and diocesan levels. He recently completed his Ph.D. in theology and catechetics from the University of Notre Dame, Australia. Joshua and his beautiful wife, Amanda, have seven children, and enjoy sharing the Gospel of the family in their primary vocation as spouses and parents.

Director of RCIA, Evangelization, and Family Life at St. Bernard of Clairvaux Catholic Church

Deacon Tim Sullivan currently serves as the Director of RCIA, Evangelization, and Family Life at St. Bernard Church in Tulsa. Prior to this, he served as Executive Director of Catholic Charities in both Tulsa and Wayne County, New York, and as Family Life Director of the Tulsa Diocese. He has also served as a Chaplain at Jackie Cooper Imports/Nissan in Tulsa and has been active in the Cursillo Movement since 1989. Deacon Tim is co-author of "Signposts: How To Be a Catholic Man in the World Today". A graduate of Notre Dame University and Law School, and Founder of the Brother House of Tulsa ministry for men, Deacon Tim has been married to his wife, Connie, for 45 years. They have six children and 19 grandchildren, all of whom live in the Tulsa area.

Catholic Speaker, Writer, and Co-host of “The Catholic Conversation”

Becky Greene is wife to husband Steve and mother to their 5 children, all of whom she's homeschooled from the beginning without ever turning to medication. A convert from agnostic feminism, she's written and presented on everything from authentic femininity, Natural Family Planning, and the Theology of the Body, to childrearing, motherhood, and homeschooling, for over a decade. When she's not attempting to get dinner on the table or summoning her children back to their math assignments, she can be found pulling her hair out over mismatched socks, sharp Legos on the floor, and temper tantrums about the toothpaste being too spicy. She and her husband also have a podcast entitled The Catholic Conversation, which is available on all major podcast platforms.


At-Home Conference Experience

  • In an effort to serve couples who would prefer to participate in this year’s Together in Holiness from within their own domestic church, we are offering a special At-Home Conference Experience for you and your family!
  • The At-Home Conference Experience will be offered exclusively for this year’s event, and while nothing can replace the communal element of the conference or the participation in the sacraments, we hope this option will serve as a reminder to couples and families that their response to the universal call to holiness begins at home.
  • Those participating in our At-Home Conference Experience may request to add on our At-Home Childcare Kit (sent via USPS or email).


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1520 South Rockford
Tulsa, OK 74120

For More Information:
Sara Dietz, Conference Coordinator
[email protected]





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