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Travel Back in Time to Meet Kateri Tekakwitha, the First Native Saint
Who was Kateri Tekakwitha? A Mohawk-Algonquin woman born in 1656, Kateri devoted her adult life to Christianity and died at age 24...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country
It’s our roundup of all the big news coming out of Indian country: • SCORE ONE FOR NATIVES USING SOCIAL MEDIA: A furor erupted over a t-shirt being sold at The Gap bearing the word...
Canonization of Kateri Tekakwitha Draws at Least 2,000 Mohawks to Vatican Ceremony
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What is likely to be the largest delegation of Mohawk Indians ever to assemble in Rome will take place this weekend, October 20–21, for the canonization of Kateri Tekakwitha, a 17t...
Kateri Tekakwitha Portrait Will Be Featured at Shrine of Our Lady of Martyrs During Canonization
A life-size oil portrait of Kateri Tekakwitha will be featured at the Shrine of Our Lady of Martyrs’ October 21 mass and ceremony of her canonization...
Mixed Emotions Over Kateri Tekakwitha Being Named a Saint
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...
First Native American Cleared for Sainthood by Vatican
The Vatican today announced that the Mohawk-Algonquin woman born in 1656 and known as Kateri Tekakwitha has been deemed worthy of sainthood by the Pope...
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