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Archbishop Coakley's statement in response to the McCarrick Report

“The revelations included in the report on former cardinal Theodore McCarrick are shocking and disturbing to our sense of decency.

Frontline workers lean on Catholic faith while serving during pandemic

As the number of coronavirus cases and hospitalization were rising daily around the nation, dedicated Catholic men and women within the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City were serving on the frontlines, helping others, caring for the sick, protecting and serving the communities, and educating students through it all.

Sr. BJ’s Pantry gains new bus to deliver meals, hope

Sister BJ’s Pantry has taken the ministry on the road with the use of a new “mobile meals” bus. Going mobile allows volunteers to bring meals, clothing and even prayer to their friends on the streets while helping keep everyone safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Church celebrates Christ the King while nation celebrates Thanksgiving

After the Spanish Flu 100 years ago, Pope Pius XI gave Catholics the Feast Day of Christ the King to “hasten the return of society to our loving savior.”

Family planning strengthens marriages, families

Cameron and Jodi Homeyer were inspired to become certified Natural Family Planning teachers five years ago so they could share with others the amazing gift NFP has been in their spiritual journey and their marriage.

American Indian Catholics celebrate faith, culture

November is National American Indian Heritage Month

CCHD annual collection to aid families in poverty

For 50 years, the Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD) has provided funding to groups that empower individuals to break the cycle of poverty for themselves as well as defend the dignity of all human beings in the United States.