Archbishop Paul Coakley

July 23, 2014

Black Mass OK in OKC?

According to Oklahoma City officials, they can’t intercede to stop the Sept. 21 event because doing so would violate the First Amendment rights of the event’s Satanist organizers.

July 3, 2014

Archbishop Coakley Asks Oklahoma City Civic Center to Reconsider Black Mass

He said July 1 that the event is a ‘Satanic inversion and distortion of the most sacred beliefs not only of Catholics, but of all Christians.’

April 2, 2014

Oklahoma Catholics Speak Up for the Most Vulnerable

Catholic Advocacy Day allowed more than 60 laity, legislators, clergy and religious to meet with their legislators.

March 12, 2014

Group of 200 Catholic Employers Sues to Block HHS Mandate

The lawsuit, from an association that represents more than 19,000 employees nationwide, charges that the Affordable Care Act compels the violation of religious beliefs.

October 17, 2013

Oklahoma City Archbishop Unveils Five-Year Discipleship Plan

The shepherd of a diocese in the heart of the Bible Belt says the plan is a direct fruit of the Year of Faith.