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  • Archbishop John Quinn dies

    Archbishop Coakley received word that Archbishop John R. Quinn, 88, died Thursday morning at 5:50 a.m. PDT.  He was the first Archbishop of Oklahoma City and Archbishop Emeritus of San Francisco.

    May he rest in peace.

    FUNERAL MASS: Monday, July 10, 10 a.m. at Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Assumption, 1111 Gough Street, San Francisco.

    VIGIL: Sunday, July 9, 7 p.m. at Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Assumption.

    To learn more about Archbishop Quinn, click here

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  • Ordinations in June

    Join Archbishop Coakley for the ordinations of Vuong "Vic" Son Luong and Kelly Lynn Edwards.

    Vic Luong will be ordained into the transitional diaconate on Saturday, June 3, at 10 a.m. at The Cathedral of Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Oklahoma City. Reception to follow in the Connor Center.

    On June 24, Deacon Kelly Edwards will be ordained a priest at 10 a.m. at The Cathedral of Our Lady of Perpetual Help. Both ordinations and receptions are open to the public.  

    For more information on vocations, click here or call 405-721-9351.

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  • Beatification of Father Stanley Rother

    YOU'RE INVITED! Join Cardinal Amato, Archbishop Coakley and the faithful of Oklahoma in the celebration of the Beatification of Venerable Servant of God Father Stanley Francis Rother - first U.S. martyr and first U.S. priest to be beatified.


    Doors open at 8 a.m. 

    Find information about clergy registration, seating, parking, hotels and more at 

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  • Summer Camp Registration Open!

    Registration for Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Youth Camp is open. 

    To find the list of camp sessions, ages for campers and all registration information, click here. 

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  • Matthew Kelly Live!


    Are you thriving or just surviving? Are you ready for more energy? A deeper sense of purpose? More joy? A clearer understanding of God’s plan for your life?

    Join us for one of our Living Every Day With Passion & Purpose events. It’s not your typical church event! It has been a life-changing event for tens of thousands of people. Living Every Day With Passion & Purpose is presented by internationally acclaimed speaker and author Matthew Kelly and the incredibly talented musician Eliot Morris.

    Click here for special early-bird tickets and more information. 

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  • Heritage Gallery Rother Exhibit

    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, and on the following Saturdays 9 a.m. – Noon: April 22, May 20, June 17, July 29 and Aug. 19, at the CPC, 7501 Northwest Expressway.

    The exhibit is perfect for adult and student groups. Special tours arranged by calling (405) 721-5651, Ext. 141. 

    For more information about the Cause for Father Rother, click here.

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Join Cardinal Angelo Amato and Archbishop Coakley in the celebration of the Beatification Mass for Servant of God Father Stanley Rother - Sept. 23, 2017, Oklahoma City. Find more at



Annual Catholic Appeal 2017 HomilyPodcast
by Archbishop Coakley
Archbishop Coakley homily for the 2017 Annual Catholic Appeal
Date: 1/24/17
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We are all migrants on a journey 

June 25, 2017

Archbishop Paul S. Coakley

People have been on the move as long as human beings have inhabited the planet. Migration is a persistent phenomenon of human history.

Why are people on the move? Often people move from one place to another seeking security in time of war or political unrest or perhaps in search of food in times of famine, a livelihood in time of economic hardship brought on by any number of factors.

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Todos somos inmigrantes que estamos de viaje

25 de Junio, 2017

Arzobispo Pablo S. Coakley

Personas han estado en movimiento desde que los seres humanos habitan la tierra La inmigración es un fenómeno persistente de la historia humana.

¿Por qué es que las personas están en movimiento? A menudo se mueven de un lugar a otro buscando seguridad en tiempo de guerra o disturbios políticos o tal vez en busca de comida en tiempos de hambre, buscando un nuevo modo de vivir en tiempos de dificultades económicas provocadas por cualquier número de factores.

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