Faith & Culture Conference

Difficult Moral Issues

Doubletree Hotel (Downtown)  |  Tulsa, OK  |  May 10–11, 2024

“and the truth shall set you free”

—John 8:32

With the ever-increasing complexities of modern life, it is becoming more and more difficult to determine – in any given circumstance – what is the right thing to do. Social pressures, competing voices, false narratives, laissez-faire attitudes, loss of community, and the like have all make moral decision-making and counseling difficult.

In the hope of providing some clarity, The Alcuin Institute has partnered with Catholic Answers to answer some of our world’s most pressing moral issues. Join us as we shed the illuminating light of the Catholic faith on some of today’s difficult moral questions. Participants will come away with sure knowledge on what the Church teaches and practical advice on how to live in accordance with the truth.

You don’t want to miss out on this unique opportunity! Seating is limited; register today to reserve your place at this historic conference!

Featured Speakers

Christopher Check
Christopher Check
Trent Horn
Joe Heschmeyer


with Karlo Broussard & Richard Meloche

About the Conference

The Faith & Culture Conference is an annual gathering hosted by the Alcuin Institute for Catholic Culture in the Diocese of Tulsa & Eastern Oklahoma and Catholic Answers. Its aim is to bring local and national educators and scholars together in fruitful and festive dialogue to discuss the importance of the Catholic faith in shaping and restoring culture.


In addition to hearing from our keynote speakers, the conference will include Holy Mass at our beautiful downtown Cathedral and conclude with an interactive and lively panel discussion and cocktail soiree.


Catholic School teachers from the Diocese of Tulsa will receive six (6) IFP credits for attending the conference

Conference Schedule

Fri. May 10 6:00p – 7:00p Registration Begins
7:00p – 7:15p Welcome & Introductions
7:15p – 8:00p Christopher Check: The Current Moral Landscape 
8:00p – 9:00p Kickoff Social
Sat. May 11 8:30a – 9:30a Breakfast
9:30a – 10:30a Joe Heschmeyer: The Biological Order (sexuality, transgenderism; homosexuality, etc.)
10:45a – 11:45a Karlo Broussard: The Domestic Order (feminism; divorce; contraception, etc.)
12:05p – 12:45p Mass @ Holy Family Cathedral
1:00p – 2:00p Lunch (provided)
2:00p – 3:00p Richard Meloche: Forming the Moral Imagination
3:30p – 4:15p Trent Horn: The Political Order (liberalism, immigration, abortion, voting, etc.)
4:30p – 5:30p Panel Q and A
5:30p Closing


About our Venue


The DoubleTree hotel is a contemporary hotel located in Tulsa's vibrant downtown business and entertainment district. Recently renovated guest rooms and impressive suites provide all the comforts of home and amenities like spacious work areas/data ports and complimentary high-speed internet. Their in-house MADE Market offers casual all-day dining and grab-n-go style eats, and their signature warm chocolate chip cookies are waiting for you!

The Alcuin Institute has reserved a block of discounted rooms for conference guests. The reservation deadline has been extended, if you have problems booking, please call the DoubleTree to receive our discounted rate!