will be
Fr. Michael Lapsley to Oklahoma from
Cape Town, South Africa
to share his story in Oklahoma City. After being exiled
from South Africa in 1976 for his vocal opposition to Apartheid, Fr.
Michael received a letter bomb in 1990 which left him with no hands
and the loss of sight in one eye. He testified before Desmond Tutu

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