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Former Vancouver Olympics CEO Battles Allegations He Abused Burns Lake Students in '69
September 30, 2012
The CEO of the 2010 Olympic Games in Vancouver, British Columbia, denied allegations that he abused aboriginal children in Burns Lake more than 40 years ago, as the chief of the Fi...
Mixed Emotions Over Kateri Tekakwitha Being Named a Saint
August 04, 2012
In early July, at a small powwow in Fonda, New York, the New York Times spoke with a number of people about their thoughts on Kateri Tekakwitha , the Mohawk woman who was born in 1...
More Victims Claiming Sexual Abuse by Montana Priests
July 30, 2012
In January, Indian Country Today Media Network reported that a Yakima, Washington–based law firm had filed a 12-page legal complaint on behalf of a Northern Cheyenne tribal member ...
Canadian Bishops Add Aboriginal Web Page to Site
January 22, 2012
As the relationship between aboriginals and the Canadian government comes to a head, the Catholic Church has taken a step to note its ties to the country’s Indigenous Peoples...
U.S., Canada, Vie for Tekakwitha 'Ownership,' Though They Did Not Exist During Her Lifetime
January 04, 2012
As the Catholic faithful prepare to see the first aboriginal saint canonized, two nations that did not even exist during her lifetime are vying to call her their own...
Bankrupt Catholic Order Pays Natives $166 Million for Decades of Abuse
March 28, 2011
Between the 1940s and the 1990s, children at boarding schools ranging from remote Alaskan villages to those on northwestern tribal lands faced sexual, physical or psychological abu...
Kateri Tekakwitha: Lily of the Mohawks
January 07, 2011
A clash between two cultures can produce life stories that are both fascinating and tragic...
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