WELCOME TO THE ASSEMBLY
OF CATHOLIC PROFESSIONALS

The Assembly of Catholic Professionals is building a network of leaders coming together in an atmosphere of fellowship and faith. Archbishop Coakley has created this group to engage business and professional leaders in central and western Oklahoma more fully in the life of the Church. Membership is open to anyone who is interested in learning about and promoting the gospel of Jesus Christ in the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City.

Business and professional women and men are invited to attend a quarterly luncheon in Oklahoma City where they will meet and build relationships with each other, Archbishop Paul Coakley, clergy and lay leaders of the Archdiocese. It is a way to encounter people whose faith has had a positive impact in their daily and business lives. At each luncheon, the Archbishop will conduct the opening prayer, offer a few words about current issues facing the Church in Oklahoma and socialize with attendees.

 

MEMBERSHIP

Membership in the Assembly of Catholic Professionals is $500 for 2017 and will cover event, program and overhead costs. Sponsorships, which help defray the expenses of the ACP, also are available. Please contact Peter de Keratry This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information on sponsorships.

 

JOIN NOW, PAY ONCE AND ENJOY ALL ACP EVENTS THIS YEAR.

2018 Membership: $500
2018 Clergy Membership: $250

Click here to join online

Or call 405-709-2745 to join

2018 ACP EVENTS

All luncheons begin with networking at 11:00 a.m. and end by 1:00 p.m.

 

VENUE:

Petroleum Club
Cotter Ranch Tower
100 N. Broadway Ave,
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
MAP

PARKING:

Sante Fe Parking Garage

 

2018 LUNCHEON DATES:

Thursday, January 18 Brother Guy Consolmagno, S.J., Director of the Vatican Observatory

Thursday, April 19 Joe Castiglione, Athletic Director for the University of Oklahoma

Thursday, July 19 Patrick Madrid, Author and host of several EWTN TV and Radio Shows

Thursday, October 18 Bruce Downes, "The Catholic Guy"