For obvious reasons, I am posting the picture below of The Cathedral of Our Lady of Guadalupé, which is the mother church for the diocese of Dodge City
Given the one-for-one swap (i.e., a bishop retiring and new bishop being named, not transferred from elsewhere), this move does not affect the number of vacant sees in the United States.
The Holy Father has accepted the resignation of Archbishop Eusebius Beltran of Oklahoma City, who served more than a year beyond the mandatory canonical retirement age for bishops, which is 75. His successor is Archbishop-designate- Paul Coakley, who until today served as the bishop of Salina, Kansas. Coakley is 55.
With Bishop Coakley's transfer there are currently 4 vacant Roman Catholic dioceses in the U.S.: Salina, KS; Fresno, CA; Joliet in Illinois; Rapid City, SD. The Ruthenian archeparchy of Pittsburgh also remains vacant.
With Archbishop Beltran's retirement, there are nine ordinaries serving past age 75- Justin Cardinal Rigali archbishop of Philiadelphia; Bishops Boland of Savannah, GA; Sevilla of Yakima, WA; McCormack of Manchester, NH; Adamec of Altoona-Johnstown, PA; Bruskewitz of Lincoln, NE; Galeone of St. Augustine, FL; Zipfel of Bismarck, ND; Gettelfinger of Evansville, IN.