Kateri Tekakwitha

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Tekakwitha, Kateri or Catherine:

see Kateri TekakwithaKateri Tekakwitha, Saint
or Saint Catherine Tekakwitha,
1656–80, Native American holy woman known as the Lily of the Mohawks, b. Ossernenon (now Auriesville, N.Y.).
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Kateri Tekakwitha Catholic School has many state-of-the-art features, including an innovative library resource centre that flows between the first and second floor and creates a comfortable and inviting environment for students to learn, outdoor learning space, band and visual arts rooms, and multipurpose space.
Caption: "Saint Kateri Tekakwitha," pigment print, by Lawrence Klimecki
He laments that Tekakwitha (1656-1680) buckled under the weight of Jesuit superstitions.
More generally, the formula for this theory of translation, a=b ("I love you" equals "je t'aime"), provides a logic for several magical equivalences in the novel, so that, for instance, the narrator's wife Edith "is" Catherine Tekakwitha who "is" Isis.
26) Allan Greer, "Virgen de Iroquois: la historia de Catherine Tekakwitha en la Nueva Francia y Nueva Espana", en Allan Greer y Jodi Bilinkoff (eds.
When the Pope announced that Kateri Tekakwitha would be canonized on 21 October 2012, I felt a great joy in my heart.
Kateri Tekakwitha are three who had already established saintly credentials by the time of their deaths in their early 20s.
Native footsteps; along the path of Saint Kateri Tekakwitha.
One of Josephine's personal highlights was traveling last fall to Rome for the canonization Kateri Tekakwitha, 17th-Century Mohawk Indian as the first American Indian Saint.
Kateri Tekakwitha, who lived 300 years ago in present-day New York, was orphaned at age 4 after her parents and brother succumbed to smallpox.
Judy Smith-Martin waited 32 years for Kateri Tekakwitha to become the first Mohawk saint.
KATERI TEKAKWITHA A Mohawk/Algonquin, who died at age 24 in 1680 near Montreal, was canonized by Pope Benedict XVI on Oct.