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Archdiocese of Oklahoma CityPriest assignments effective July 1. 2015
RetirementFr. Dominic HoangFr. Charles MurphyFr. Joseph Ross
PastorFr. Krupavara Prasad Boddu Holy Name of Jesus, Chickasha (St. Peter, Lindsay)Fr. Gregory Nguyen St. Andrew Dung-Lac, OKCFr. Balraj Sagili Jusudas Sacred Heart, Alva (St. Cornelius, Cherokee, Our Mother of Mercy, Waynoka)Fr. Cory Stanley Prince of Peace, Altus (St. Helen, Frederick)Fr. Shane Tharp Blessed Sacrament, LawtonFr. James A. Wickersham St. Mary, Guthrie (St. Margaret Mary, Crescent)
The Archdiocese of Oklahoma City has arranged a pilgrimage to Philadelphia from Sept. 22-28, 2015, to participate in the World Meeting of Families with the Papal Visit and Mass.
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Archbishop Coakley shares his story of faithby Archbishop Paul CoakleyArchbishop Paul Coakley was raised in a Catholic family. But when he went to college, his life soon went adrift. Last month, our archbishop spoke at a conference in Minnesota, where he told the very personal and compelling story of how the Lord gradually led him back. (It may take a few minutes to load.)Date: 11/5/14Click to Listen
Archbishop Paul S. Coakley
By decree of President Woodrow Wilson, Mother’s Day has been observed in the United States on the second Sunday of May every year since 1915. Contrary to a well-known urban legend, this beloved holiday was not the creation of Hallmark cards!
This day honoring mothers and motherhood gained traction and took root largely due to the efforts of one tireless woman, Anna Jarvis. Anna wished to honor her own mother, Ann Reaves Jarvis, who in addition to bringing Anna into the world, spent her time caring for other mothers’ sons by tending wounded soldiers on both sides of the battlefield during the Civil War. Anna Jarvis reminds us that our mother is “the person who has done more for you than anyone in the world.”
Arzobispo Pablo S. Coakley
Por decreto del Presidente Woodrow Wilson el Día de las Madres se ha observado en los Estados Unidos el segundo domingo de mayo de cada año desde 1915. ¡A diferencia de una leyenda urbana muy conocida, esta querida fiesta no fue la creación de la compañía de tarjetas Hallmark!
Esta festividad que conmemora a las madres y la maternidad ganó fuerza y hecho raíces en gran parte debido a los esfuerzos de una mujer incansable, Anna Jarvis. Anna deseaba honrar a su propia madre, Ann Reaves Jarvis, que además de traer a Anna al mundo se dedicó al cuidado de hijos de otras madres al asistir a los soldados heridos de ambos bandos del campo de batalla durante la Guerra Civil. Anna Jarvis nos recuerda que nuestra madre es "la persona que ha hecho más por ti que nadie en el mundo."
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Una Carta Pastoral Arzobispo Pablo S. Coakley
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This is a video series from the Office of New Evangelization where people tell their stories of discipleship.Click here to watch the videos.
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