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Diocesan victim advocates say they’re on healing quest for abuse survivors

As a victim assistance coordinator for the Diocese of Tulsa, Oklahoma, Donna Eurich said believes one of the best results of her position — which springs from the U.S. bishops’ “Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People” — is to help victims both find healing and not lose their faith.

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As Colorado expands abortion access, Oklahoma lawmakers OK near-total ban

A day after Colorado’s Democratic Gov. Jared Polis signed into law one of the nation’s most permissive abortion measures, a state away the Republican-led Oklahoma House passed a near-total ban on abortion April 5.

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Catholic leaders applaud decision to commute Julius Jones’ death sentence

atholic opponents of the death penalty, including Oklahoma City’s archbishop, praised the Nov. 18 announcement that the Oklahoma governor granted death-row inmate Julius Jones clemency — just hours before he was scheduled to be executed.

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