Commitment Weekend is Feb. 4-5.
Please keep an eye on your mailbox for a letter from Archbishop Coakley regarding the Annual Catholic Appeal. We ask that you prayerfully respond as your means and circumstances permit. Please return your pledge card as soon as possible.
Please click here to make your online gift Archdiocese of Oklahoma City • PO Box 32180, Oklahoma City, OK 73123 • 405-709-2745
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Please join us to learn about the future of Catholic education in the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City and how the Church is bringing educational opportunities to children across central and western Oklahoma.
Sr. Mary Paul McCaughey, former superintendent of the Archdiocese of Chicago, the largest system of Catholic schools in the U.S., is scheduled to speak.
The Celebrating Catholic Education Breakfast supports the Saint Katharine Drexel Fund, which allows the disadvantaged greater access to Catholic education, and the Saint John the Baptist de La Salle Fund, which supports leadership programs for teachers and principals.
Catholic Family Festival - APRIL 22 - SHAWNEE
Join Archbishop Coakley and Catholic families from across the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City on Saturday, April 22, at Saint Gregory’s University for a day of faith & fun! Don't miss out on hearing Dr. Greg and Lisa Popcak of More2Life Radio! The Popcaks are among the most popular speakers around the country, including at the 2015 World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia. Also see speaker and musician Cooper Ray.
Register by April 14!
Tickets before April 8 are:
· $25 for adults/$40 for married couples
· $10 for children grades K-12
· Free babysitting for ages 1-5 (Space is limited; reserve your spot today!)
Get more information and tickets by clicking here.
UPDATE: Archbishop John R. Quinn, first Archbishop of Oklahoma City and Archbishop Emeritus of San Francisco, returned to the United States on Thursday after being hospitalized in Rome. Archbishop Quinn traveled to Rome for the consistory, which created several new cardinals, as an invited guest of Cardinal Cupich.
While in Rome, he experienced a health emergency and was hospitalized for nearly 60 days.
Hospital staff worked to improve his health enough to move from ICU to an air ambulance for the 20-hour flight to San Francisco. Archbishop Quinn is alert, talkative and making slow, but steady improvements.
Please remember Archbishop Quinn in your prayers.
Visit the Heritage Gallery at the Catholic Pastoral Center to learn about the life and mission of Servant of God Father Stanley Rother. Fr. Rother is scheduled to be beatified this fall in Oklahoma City.
The gallery exhibit features photos, Fr. Rother's chalice, personal items, his Bible, and letters to and from his family.
The gallery is free and open to the public from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday-Friday at the CPC, 7501 Northwest Expressway. The exhibit is perfect for adult and student groups.
For more information about the Cause for Father Rother, click here.
Pope Francis has recognized the martyrdom of Father Stanley Rother of the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City, making him the first martyr and priest born in the United States to receive this official recognition from the Vatican! And of course the first from Oklahoma!
The Vatican made the announcement Dec. 2. The recognition of his martyrdom clears the way for his beatification.
For more information on Father Rother, click here.