YOU'RE INVITED! Join Cardinal Amato, Archbishop Coakley and the faithful of Oklahoma in the celebration of the Beatification of Venerable Servant of God Father Stanley Francis Rother - first U.S. martyr and first U.S. priest to be beatified.
*NO TICKETS REQUIRED*
Doors open at 8 a.m.
Find information about clergy registration, seating, parking, hotels and more at www.stanleyrother.org.
Archbishop Paul S. Coakley ordained Kelly Lynn Edwards to the priesthood on June 24 at The Cathedral of Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Oklahoma City.
Archbishop Coakley was joined by Archbishop Emeritus Eusebius Beltran, dozens of brother priests, deacons, seminarians and Father Edwards's family and friends.
On June 25, Father Kelly celebrated his first Mass - the Mass of Thanksgiving - at St. Monica in Edmond, his home parish. Please keep Father Edwards and all of our priests in your prayers.
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Visit the Heritage Gallery at the Catholic Pastoral Center to learn about the life and mission of Servant of God Father Stanley Rother. Fr. Rother is scheduled to be beatified this fall in Oklahoma City.
The gallery exhibit features photos, Fr. Rother's chalice, personal items, his Bible, and letters to and from his family.
The gallery is free and open to the public from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday-Friday, and on the following Saturdays 9 a.m. – Noon: July 29 and Aug. 19, at the CPC, 7501 Northwest Expressway.
The exhibit is perfect for adult and student groups. Special tours arranged by calling (405) 721-5651, Ext. 141.
For more information about the Cause for Father Rother, click here.