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Editor's note: This story is part of "Road to Sainthood," an ongoing series about the late Rev. Stanley Rother, the first U.S.-born male and U.S. priest named a martyr by the Roman Catholic Church. His beatification on Saturday placed him one step closer to canonization. A global spotlight shined on Oklahoma native son Stanley Rother as the Roman Catholic Church beatified the Okarche native in a much-anticipated ceremony on Saturday in downtown Oklahoma City.
Your browser does not support the audio element. Editor's note: This story is part of "Road to Sainthood," an ongoing series about the late Rev. Stanley Rother, the first U.S.-born male and U.S. priest named a martyr by the Roman Catholic Church. His beatification, at a ceremony planned for Saturday in Oklahoma City, will place him one step closer to canonization. SHAWNEE — A mystery of faith recently unfolded in the Santiago Atitlan parish where an Oklahoma priest was martyred. The Most Rev.
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