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Travel to the World Meeting of Families & see Pope Francis!

 

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.

Don't miss out!

For online registration, click here.

For cost, itinerary and registration, click here. Go to Documents.

 

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Mass celebrates life of Fr. Ross

 

Friends, family and brother priests celebrated the life of Rev. William B. Ross on March 4 at Saint Eugene, with interment at Resurrection Memorial Cemetery, 7801 NW Expressway.

Father Ross died Friday, Feb. 27, in Oklahoma City, surrounded by his family.

During his more than 60 years of faithful and caring service to the people of Oklahoma, he served at Christ the King, Tulsa; St. Thomas More, Norman; St. Charles Borromeo, OKC; and Our Lady of Victory, Purcell, where he retired in 2003.

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Official Priest Assignments

Archdiocese of Oklahoma City

Effective Feb. 17, 2015 – March 2, 2015
Rev. George Parackal, administrator, Saint Joseph Old Cathedral, OKC

Effective March 3, 2015
Rev. M. Price Oswalt, pastor, Saint Joseph Old Cathedral, OKC
Rev. Long Phan, pastor, Saint Wenceslaus Church, Prague and Saint Michael Church, Meeker; rector, National Shrine of the Infant Jesus of Prague

Effective March 9, 2015
Rev. Chinnaiah Pudota, administrator, Saint Matthew Church, Elk City, and Queen of All Saints Church, Sayre
(Fr. Rajesh Mankena and Fr. Lourdu Ponnapati are returning to India as planned.)

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We want your input on Catholic Schools!

 

The archdiocese's Department of Catholic Education is seeking your input regarding Catholic Schools in our archdiocese.

We would love to have your feedback and ideas even if your parish doesn't have a school.

Click here for the survey in English

Haga clic aquí para ver la encuesta en español

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Videos

 

Podcasts

Archbishop Coakley shares his story of faithPodcast
by Archbishop Paul Coakley
Archbishop 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: 11/5/14
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The death penalty is morally obsolete

Archbishop Paul S. Coakley

 In April, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments in a case out of Oklahoma (Glossip v. Gross) that challenges the widely used lethal injection protocol in carrying out the death penalty. This comes a year after the high profile flawed execution of convicted killer Clayton Lockett. At that time, I called for a reexamination of the use of the death penalty in our state and a moratorium that might lead ultimately to its abolition.

 I want to reaffirm my opposition to the use of the death penalty and call upon Catholics, and all people of Oklahoma, to work together toward the abolition of the death penalty in our state. Let us pray together that the court’s review will lead to a recognition that this form of institutionalized violence against persons is not in the best interest of the state, and is ultimately harmful to society because it further erodes respect for the dignity of the human person.

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La pena de muerte está moralmente obsoleta

Arzobispo Pablo S. Coakley

  En abril, el Tribunal Supremo de Estados Unidos escuchará argumentos en un caso de Oklahoma (Glossip v. Gross) que pone a prueba el protocolo de inyección letal utilizado ampliamente en la ejecución de la pena de muerte. Esto viene un año después de la ejecución fallida del asesino convicto Clayton Lockett. En ese momento hice un llamado para un nuevo examen de la aplicación de la pena de muerte en nuestro estado y una moratoria que podría conducir en última instancia a su abolición.

 Quiero reafirmar mi oposición al uso de la pena de muerte y el llamamiento a los católicos y a todas las personas de Oklahoma para trabajar juntos hacia la abolición de la pena de muerte en nuestro estado. Oremos juntos para que el examen del Tribunal de lugar a un reconocimiento de que esta forma de violencia institucionalizada contra las personas no está en el mejor interés del Estado, y es en última instancia perjudicial para la sociedad, ya que erosiona aún más el respeto a la dignidad de la persona humana.

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