Response to May 2013 Tornados

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Diocese of Wichita sends $20,000 to Abp. Coakley to help OKC victims

Vatican Radio: Archbishop Coakley speaks to the disaster in Moore PLUS: A link to the text of Pope Francis' telegram to Archbishop Coakley

Catholic News Agency: Oklahoma bishop supports those grieving in Moore

Catholic News Service: Tornadoes exact deadly toll; region needs 'a lot of prayers right now' (Same story appeared in the Georgia Bulletin here)

United States Conference of Catholic Bishops: Cardinal Dolan pledges prayer, support for Archdiocese of Oklahoma City

KFOR: Pope Francis and Archbishop Coakley quoted on May 22, 2013, newscast

Catholic World News: Cardinal Dolan, Archbishop Coakley on Oklahoma tornado disaster

National Catholic Register: Oklahoma City Archbishop Assures Tornado Victims of His Prayers

The Catholic Sun: Catholic organizations among those helping Oklahoma tornado victims (Catholic News Service story)

Patheos.com: Still Running the Race (K-Lo at Large)

EWTN The World Over with Raymond Arroyo: Archbishop Paul Coakley on faith in times of crisis

The Oklahoman: How to get help in the aftermath of Oklahoma's recent tornadoes

The Edmond Sun: Tornado relief comes from various entities

CNN: In Oklahoma, a balm after the storm

KOCO News 5: Catholic Charities involved with tornado cleanup efforts

New York Daily News: 94-year-old Oklahoma woman (and parishioner of Saint Mark's in Norman) loses house for second time; saves neighbors in storm shelter

The Salina Register: Disaster help sought for tornado victims in Oklahoma

Pittsburgh Catholic: Bishop Zubik calls for collection

Catholic News Service: Oklahoma tornado victims receive 'overwhelming' outpouring of prayer, support

The Oklahoman: Oklahoma tornadoes: Faith groups cooperate with one another to help tornado victims

The Oklahoman: Millions raised for Oklahoma storm victims, but where will it go?

ReadingEagle.com: Disaster strikes, and local schoolchildren respond

 The Journal Record: Nonprofit organizations shift to intermediate care for victims of storms