DETROIT — When Fr. Anthony Kote-Witah, OFM Cap., first walked into the Solanus Casey Center, he knew it was where God was calling him.
The Nigerian native and human rights activist was discerning a vocation with the Capuchins in 2013 when he visited St. Bonaventure Monastery, and upon looking at the statues of human rights champions St. Oscar Romero, St. Teresa of Calcutta and Martin Luther King, Jr., he felt sense of people he wants others to feel.
“Whoever comes to the Solanus Center, we tell them this is a place of peace,” Fr. Kote-Witah told Detroit Catholic. “I tell them this is our Rome, a place of pilgrimage where people find peace, they find God. It is a real center of evangelization.”
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