It would help to know which engine you have, particularly 4 cylinder of V-6.
The oxygen sensor problem has to be addressed first. It is not providing an output. This is the upstream or first sensor in the exhaust, the one before the cat. If you have a V-6, it will be on the side where the #1 spark plug resides. It alone could be responsible for all the other codes.
But there is one other possibility, the secondary air circuit. All these codes are related. The P0411 and P0134 are dependent on a reading taken within a certain timeframe after starting the engine. For this reading to be correct, the air pump must be working as the engine is still cold.
The air pump is pretty expensive and often is not the problem, but the tube and/or the reed valve from the pump to the exhaust manifold could be clogged up. There is a passage in the exhaust manifold as well that also could be clogged up. If these are clogged, the following happens:
The engine is running rich because it is cold, the secondary air is not getting to the exhaust stream so there is no secondary “burn” to burn off the excess fuel at the cat. The O2 sensor is not cycling as it should because it is running too rich. You then get the P0172 code.
You could unplug the secondary air pump and check for continuity through the motor with an ohmmeter. If good, remove all the pipes and the reed valve and clean them with a spray carburetor cleaner. Also spray out the passage in the exhaust manifold.
If the O2 sensor isn’t working, it also thinks the secondary air isn’t working either. It is more likely to be the problem.
If fixing the secondary air or O2 sensor does not get rid of the P0172, then you may also have a vacuum leak, but I don’t think a vacuum leak would set the other codes.