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Kateri Tekakwitha - Mohawk Maiden

…one of the most popular and well-told series of stories for young people. This is the inspiring story of Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha, a holy young Indian woman who was converted to Christianity by the French missionaries led by Saint Isaac Joques during the 1600s. Kateri's mother was a very devout…

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Indian Agate Rosary Wrap Bracelet

An earthy arrangement of Indian agate stone beads line this full rosary wrap bracelet. Featuring the Miraculous Medal and a silver-finished crucifix, this attractive accessory is a lovely reminder to pray each day and is a reverent expression of faith for your jewelry collection. The…

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$16.95

Our Lady of Guadalupe (Matted, w/ Gold Frame)

This beautiful rendition of Our Lady of Guadalupe depicts Our Lady as a young Indian princess, head bowed with hands folded in prayer for her children. This beautiful work of art makes a wonderful addition to any church, chapel or home. Print comes matted with a gold frame and measures 8 X 10.

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$40.95

Virgen de San Juan de Los Lagos [Multi-Colored]

According to local legend near the region of San Juan de Los Lagos in Mexico, the daughter of a local Indian peasant fell ill in 1623. Her parents prayed for her health, and the young girl recovered. Following this miracle, the statue began to be venerated by an increasing number of pilgrims. During…

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$64.95

Sterling Silver St. Kateri Medal

This lovely depiction of Saint Kateri will gracefully serve as a physical reminder of your devotion to the Indian princess and belief in the communion of saints. The sterling silver St. Kateri medal includes the words, "Saint Kateri, Pray for Us" and is featured on a durable rhodium chain.…

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The Shepherd Who Didn't Run: Fr. Stanley Rother, Martyr from Oklahoma

…them for the Sacraments, and cared for their needs. Fr. Stanley, or "Padre Francisco" as he was called by his beloved Tz'utujil Indians, had found his heart's calling. After nearly a decade, the violence of the Guatemalan civil war found its way into the peaceful village.…

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"Since his kidnapping, tireless efforts ...

"Since his kidnapping, tireless efforts ...

"Since his kidnapping, tireless efforts had been made on the part of the government and the Indian bishops to secure his release..."

We have 6 New Saints!Yesterday #PopeFra...

We have 6 New Saints!Yesterday #PopeFra...

…canonized six new saints on the #feastday of Christ the King (2 Indians and 4 Italians): 1. Kuriakose Elias Chavara - Indian priest who founded the Congregation of the Carmelites of the Mary Immaculate 2. Mother Eufrasia Eluvathingal - Indian Carmelite nun and mystic 3. Amato Ronconi - Franciscan…

Read more about St. Kateri Tekakwitha, a...

Read more about St. Kateri Tekakwitha, a...

…to the Christian life in spite of the difficult cultural circumstances of her time, namely epidemic disease, tensions and fighting among warring Indian tribes, and severe religious persecution. Even though she lost her family, her eyesight, her beauty, her good health, and her village, she used all…

St. Juan Diego is the first indigenous s...

St. Juan Diego is the first indigenous s...

St. Juan Diego is the first indigenous saint from the Americas. He was a poor and humble peasant from the lowest class of Aztec Indians living in 16th century Mexico. His native name was Cuauhtlatoatzin, meaning, “eagle that talks.” He was baptized at the age of fifty by Franciscan missionary…

St. Kateri Tekakwitha, a Model Saint for Our Times

The Catholic Church has a new saint unique among all others . . . the first Native American Indian to ever be proposed for sainthood. St. Kateri Tekakwitha was beatified by Pope St. John Paul II in 1980 and canonized in October 2012 by Pope Benedict XVI during the opening ceremonies for the Year of…

20 Marian Devotions by Country in Latin America

…Quinche, patroness of Ecuador.[/caption] Our Lady of Quinche or Virgen del Quinche is credited with many miracles and graces after converted Indian venerated her. The image carved in wood. Her feast day is November 21. 10. El Salvador: Our Lady of Peace [caption id="attachment_16555"…

#SaintoftheDay St. Katharine Drexel (185...

#SaintoftheDay St. Katharine Drexel (185...

…the Pope suggested that she herself enter the religious life for this purpose. St. Katharine then founded the Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament for Indians and Colored People. From the age of 33 until her death in 1955, Katharine invested her personal fortune of 20 million dollars in this cause. She…

St. Juan Diego (1474–1548) was a poor an...

St. Juan Diego (1474–1548) was a poor an...

St. Juan Diego (1474–1548) was a poor and humble peasant of the lowest class of Aztec Indians living in what is today Mexico. His native name was Cuauhtlatoatzin, meaning, "eagle that talks." He was baptized at the age of fifty by a Franciscan missionary priest and received the Christian name of…

Today is the feast day of St. Kateri Tek...

Today is the feast day of St. Kateri Tek...

…miles through dangerous terrain to the Catholic mission of St. Francis Xavier near Montreal. There she lived and helped missionaries convert other Indians to Christianity, caring for the young and elderly. She died from poor health in 1680. Her final words were, “Jesos Konoronkwa” (“Jesus, I love…

July 14 is the #feastday of St. Kateri T...

July 14 is the #feastday of St. Kateri T...

…miles through dangerous terrain to the Catholic mission of St. Francis Xavier near Montreal. There she lived and helped missionaries convert other Indians to Christianity, while caring for the young and elderly. She died from poor health on April 17, 1680. Her final words were, “Jesos Konoronkwa”…

Today is the #feastday of St. Kateri Tek...

Today is the #feastday of St. Kateri Tek...

…through dangerous terrain to the Catholic mission of St. Francis Xavier near Montreal. There she lived and helped the missionaries convert other Indians to the Catholic Church, and cared for the young and elderly. Her great sanctity, virtue, and love for Christ amazed everyone who knew her. She was…

Today is the feast day of St. Kateri Tek...

Today is the feast day of St. Kateri Tek...

…miles through dangerous terrain to the Catholic mission of St. Francis Xavier near Montreal. There she lived and helped missionaries convert other Indians to Christianity, caring for the young and elderly. She died from poor health on April 17, 1680. Her final words were, “Jesos Konoronkwa” (“Jesus,…

St. Juan Diego, Our Lady's Most Humble Son

St. Juan Diego is the first indigenous saint from the Americas. He was a poor and humble peasant from the lowest class of Aztec Indians living in 16th century Mexico. His native name was Cuauhtlatoatzin, meaning, "eagle that talks." He was baptized at the age of fifty by Franciscan missionary…

Today is the #feastday of Our Lady of Gu...

Today is the #feastday of Our Lady of Gu...

…and unborn children. The Virgin Mary appeared as the pregnant Mother of God dressed as an Aztec princess to St. Juan Diego, a peasant Aztec Indian, near Mexico City on the Feast of the Immaculate Conception in 1531. She left a miraculous image of her appearance on his cloak which still hangs…

December 12 is the Feast of Our Lady of ...

December 12 is the Feast of Our Lady of ...

…the Americas and unborn children. The Virgin Mary appeared as the pregnant Mother of God dressed as an Aztec princess to St. Juan Diego, an Aztec Indian, near Mexico City on the Feast of the Immaculate Conception in 1531. She left a miraculous image of her appearance on his cloak which still hangs…

Today is the feast day of Blessed Mother...

Today is the feast day of Blessed Mother...

…Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta. https://www.catholiccompany.com/blessed-teresa-of-calcutta-c667/ “By blood, I am Albanian. By citizenship, an Indian. By faith, I am a Catholic nun. As to my calling, I belong to the world. As to my heart, I belong entirely to the Heart of Jesus.” Small in stature…

Today is the #feastday of St. Juan Diego...

Today is the #feastday of St. Juan Diego...

…is the #feastday of St. Juan Diego, the first indigenous saint from the Americas. He was a poor and humble peasant from the lowest class of Aztec Indians. His native name was Cuauhtlatoatzin, meaning, "eagle that talks." He was baptized at the age of 50 by a missionary Franciscan priest and received…

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