‘The purpose of the letter is to provide pastoral guidance on how the Church, its ministers and the lay faithful can accompany — walk with — those who struggle with their gender identity,’ writes the Oklahoma City shepherd.
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Archbishop Paul Coakley spoke about the decision Sept. 28.
‘Hooked on the Camino’ — that’s how one bishop described his fifth pilgrimage on the ancient way of St. James. Recently, three U.S. bishops traveled the Camino de Santiago together for two and half weeks. They shared their pilgrimage experience with the National Catholic Register’s Senior Editor Jonathan Liedl.
Archbishop Paul Coakley and Bishops James Conley and James Wall share highlights from their recent experience on El Camino de Santiago in Spain — the fifth time for two of them — and their recommendations for pilgrimages closer to home.
Federal court decision just affirmed constitutionality of capital-punishment protocols in the Sooner State.
Earlier on Thursday, Archbishop Coakley tweeted that he “offered Mass this morning for Julis and Gov. Stitt. It’s in the Lord’s hands now.”
How does one gather relics? Archbishop Paul Coakley of Oklahoma City and a Carmelite nun explain.
Archbishop Paul Coakley Discusses Oklahoma’s Saintly Missionary Priest
Archbishop Paul Coakley of Oklahoma City explained the need for prayer and called on Catholics to join the Unity Prayer Service and Walk on the Solemnity of the Assumption.
In a 5-4 decision, justices rule a lethal-injection drug constitutional, disappointing anti-death-penalty advocates.