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  1. Kateri Tekakwitha Lily of the Mohawks Homily by Monsignor Paul Lenz July 14, My dear friends in Christ: The FEAST OF BLESSED KATERI TEKAKWITHA - what a wonderful day for us to be together. There is no place I would rather be today than here at the National Center for the Cause of Blessed Kateri.
  2. Statue of Kateri Tekakwitha at the Basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré, near Quebec City.. The final step in the canonization process is awaiting a verified miracle. Blessed Kateri's feast day in the United States is celebrated on July Kateri was for some time after her death considered an honorary (though unofficial) patroness of Montreal, Canada, and Native Americans.
  3. Apr 16,  · Tekakwitha's health began to fail during Holy Week She died on 17 April at the age of 23 or 24, in the arms of her friend Marie-Thérèse. After her death, witness reported that Kateri's scars disappeared and she became beautiful. She became an unofficial patroness of Montreal and indigenous peoples of the Americas.
  4. Jan 19,  · Kateri loved the Rosary and carried it around her neck always. This painting is the one of the oldest portraits of Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha, by Father Claude Chauchetière, S.J. (circa ) Often people would ask, "Kateri, tell us a story." Kateri remembered everything she was told about the life of Jesus and his followers.
  5. Like the true Indian that she was, Kateri could face death with courage. Any day was a good day to die. The priests asked her to go to a Christian village in Canada on the St. Lawrence River. In Kateri fled to Quebec, to the mission of St. Francis Xavier du Sault, called Caughnawaga by the native people.
  6. Jul 14,  · In , Kateri Tekakwitha became the first Native American to be canonized a saint by the Catholic Church. A miracle attributed to her intercession paved the way for the official recognition of.
  7. Saint Kateri Tekakwitha (pronounced [ˈɡaderi deɡaˈɡwita] in Mohawk), given the name Tekakwitha, baptized as Catherine and informally known as Lily of the Mohawks ( – April 17, ), is a Roman Catholic saint who was an Algonquin–Mohawk twindorirotanhohanridobalthumbslow.co in the Mohawk village of Ossernenon, on the south side of the Mohawk River, she contracted smallpox in an epidemic; her family died.
  8. Thus April 17 will the th anniversary of Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha's death. On April 18, , Tekakwitha was baptized and received the Christian name of Kateri (pronounced Gah-deh-lee) or Catherine. Nilene will have a CT scan on April 18, We are praying for a Miracle. We ask you to join us in this Prayer Request.
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