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Welcome our newest station: Elk City!

If you're driving in western Oklahoma on I-40, we've got you covered! Tune into 100.7 FM!

Archbishop Coakley Issues Call to Prayer

Call to prayer for all Christians in the face of the 'Black Mass' planned at the OKC Civic Center in late September. Read More

The Language of Love

Listen to Bishop James D. Conley read his powerful and challenging letter to the Catholic families and healthcare providers of the of Diocese of Lincoln, Nebraska. Read More

Habemus Papum!

Pope Francis is taking the world by storm...for Christ! Meet our new Holy Father! Read More

KTLR is now KKNG: Christ the King

Oklahoma Catholic Broadcasting is moving its Oklahoma City broadcasts from KTLR AM 890 and 94.1 FM to KKNG 97.3 FM. Catholic radio can now be heard on KKNG 97.3 FM 24 hours per day, 7 days per week!

We're Growing!

Thanks to the generous support of OCBN donors, we're expanding Catholic radio all over Oklahoma. Please help us reach the rest of the state!
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Catholic Answers LIVE!

Get all your questions about the Catholic Church answered...daily. Call in today!
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Our Newest Station!

Fred Pope, Fr. Price Oswalt, Jeff Finnell and Deacon Larry Sousa join Archbishop Paul Coakley at the blessing of our station in Lawton, KOEG 88.3 FM.
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Get Your OK Catholic Radio Bumper Sticker!

Help us get the word out! Get your own sticker today! Read More

¡Escuche la radio católica oklahoma en español!

¡Ahora haga clic aquí para escuchar! Read More

Archbishop Coakley Joins Us for Our Fall Radiothon!

Thanks so much to our loyal supporters for helping us keep OK Catholic Radio alive and running! Read More

Oklahoma Catholic Broadcasting is dedicated to answering the call of Pope John Paul II for a "New Evangelization" by providing positive, wholesome and inspirational programming in the state of Oklahoma.

In answering this call we intend to use various broadcast media to transmit the Gospel of Jesus Christ with the fullness of the traditions and truths as preserved, revered, and proclaimed by the Roman Catholic Church for 2000 years.

We depend upon the guidance of the Holy Spirit, God's gift of grace, and the prayers and generosity of the Catholic faithful to carry out this apostolate.