The Catholic Archdiocese of Oklahoma City will be holding an Eucharistic Holy Hour and Procession in advance of a black mass being held by a satanic group at the city’s civic center.
In a statement titled, “The Hour Has Come” Archbishop Paul Coakley says, “Even though our city leaders apparently do not take this threat seriously, I do. As a Catholic priest and bishop I have witnessed in my ministry the battle between forces of good and evil in both ordinary and extraordinary ways.”
The Archdiocese will hold the event at the St. Francis of Assisi Church on Sept. 21 beginning at 3pm.
“We will prayerfully bear witness to our faith as an expression of our solidarity and in reparation for acts of blasphemy,” Coakley says.
As CNSNews.com previously reported, The Black Mass of Oklahoma, being offered by the group Dakhma of Angra Mainyu, is scheduled to take place in the Civic Center Music Hall on the evening of Sept. 21.