Join us to welcome Sister Angela de Fatima Coelho
Saturday, October 5, 2019
The Cathedral of St. Andrews
301 Sheldon Ave, Grand Rapids, MI
8:30 am Rosary – led by Kevin Matthews
9 am Mass – The Most Reverend Bishop Walkowiak Presiding
10 am Sister Angela speaks
Sister Angela was the postulator for the cause for canonization of Sts. Jacinta and Franciso Marto, the two shepherd children who received apparitions of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Fatima in Portugal. Sister Angela is also a physician.
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Information on her visit
Together with your families, the Diocese of Grand Rapids honors the faithful witness to your vocation of marriage and wishes to celebrate with you. Bishop Walkowiak is inviting all couples celebrating milestone anniversaries to join him on Sunday, Oct. 13 at the 10 a.m. Mass at the Cathedral of Saint Andrew (301 Sheldon Ave. SE, Grand Rapids). Please invite your family and
friends, a simple reception will immediately follow. RSVP to your parish office. Kim Thomas e-mail or 616-895-2247
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