• Official Pastoral Assignments 2022
    Assignments are effective Tuesday, June 28, 2022, unless otherwise noted.
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    Official Pastoral Assignments 2022 Assignments are effective Tuesday, June 28, 2022, unless otherwise noted. Learn More https://archokc.org/news/official-pastoral-assignments-2022 _self
    Rother Shrine Dedication Nov. 4! Join Archbishop Coakley, priests of the archdiocese, bishops and guests for the dedication of the Blessed Stanley Rother Shrine on Friday, Nov. 4. The dedication will be the centerpiece of a week-long celebration and is open to the public. Learn More /shrinededication _self
    Welcome Back to Mass! Find More /returntomass _self
    Confirmation moves to middle school, changes to one year Transition will start by Fall 2022. No changes this year. More information and options to priests and parishes by May 1. Learn More /confirmation _self
    Read Archbishop Coakley's plan for the next 10 years Archbishop Coakley asks for reflection on pastoral letter Read/Download /vision2030 _self
    Clergy Abuse Report Letter to the Faithful from Archbishop Coakley Find More /clergyabuse _self
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  • Put Out Into the Deep

    • May 10
      - Archbishop Paul S. Coakley
      The frenzy following the leak of Justice Alito’s draft opinion that the anticipated Dobbs decision by the U.S. Supreme Court would overturn Roe v. Wade has been jarring
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    • May 5
      - Archbishop Paul S. Coakley
      “The shepherd cannot run at the first sign of danger.” These words of Blessed Stanley Rother provide a good summary of the theme for Good Shepherd Sunday that the Church observes each year on the Fourth Sunday of Easter. 
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    • April 21
      - Archbishop Paul S. Coakley
      “May is Mary’s month, and I muse at that and wonder why.” So begins Gerard Manley Hopkins’ poem, “The May Magnificat.”
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    About the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City

    The original Diocese of Oklahoma was erected in 1905, became the Diocese of Oklahoma City and Tulsa in 1930, and was erected into the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City in 1972. The Archdiocese is comprised of more than 120,000 Catholics in central and western Oklahoma, and covers 46 counties and 42,470 square miles.

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  • Discern your Vocation

    Each person has been created with a specific vocation. How can you know it unless you diligently discern where God is calling you?
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