EdmondSun.com: Archdiocese seeks to "Go Make Disciples" in five years

OKLA. CITY — “Go Make Disciples” is the new, five-year vision statement of the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City, Archbishop Paul Coakley recently announced in a pastoral letter.

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CatholicNewsAgency.com: Deacons ordained in Rome to preach the Gospel in US

Vatican City, Oct 5, 2013 / 11:38 am (CNA/EWTN News).- On Thursday, 41 seminarians studying at the North American College in Rome were ordained deacons for their respective dioceses in the United States and Australia.

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NewsOK.com: Six-month progress report: Oklahoma Catholics share views about Pope Francis

Pope Francis has rejected the palatial papal apartment in favor of a simple Vatican residence. Just six months into his papacy, it is clear that this pontiff to the world's estimated 1.2 billion Roman Catholics is far different from some of his predecessors.

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The Lawton Constitution: Studio at St. Mary's to teach, originate radio programming

An archbishop held a blessing for a new broadcast studio at St. Mary's Catholic School Wednesday that will serve a broadcasting class for high school students and originate local broadcasts for a radio station.

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The Ada News: Archbishop blesses Mercy Hospital Ada

With prayers, a hymn and holy water, Ada residents celebrated a new chapter in Mercy Hospital Ada’s history last week.

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NewsOK.com: Pieces of pastoral puzzle: Hispanic priests complete this year's clergy assignments for Catholic archdiocese

Several Hispanic priests new to Oklahoma City are helping to complete the pastoral puzzle put together each year by Archbishop Paul S. Coakley.

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NewsOK.com: 'Of Heaven and Earth' brings 500 years of Italian painting to Oklahoma City Museum of Art

The phrase “once-in-a-lifetime opportunity” gets thrown around quite a bit, but it’s not every day that Sooner State denizens have the chance to see Italian Renaissance masterpieces right in downtown Oklahoma City.

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FurnitureToday.com: Mathis Brothers, Lady Americana, Tempur-Pedic aid tornado victims

OKLAHOMA CITY — Mattresses and foundations valued at more than $1 million from retailer Mathis Brothers, Lady Americana and Tempur-Pedic are going to victims of the May tornado in Moore, Okla.

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KFOR.com: Former church manager accepts sentence for embezzlement

EDMOND, Okla. –Authorities say a man who was supposed to help people who were in need was really helping himself to money that should have gone to a local church.

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EdmondSun.com: Judge sentences St. John's ex-employee

EDMOND — An ex-employee charged in the embezzlement of $109,454 from St. John the Baptist Catholic Church has been sentenced to jail time, probation and community service.

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