‘Each one of us is called to holiness, to everyday holiness,’ says Pope Francis. ‘Each one of us has this calling.’
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St. Kateri Tekakwitha was the first native North American woman to be canonized in the Catholic Church.
Although she never took formal vows, Tekakwitha is considered a consecrated virgin, and the United States Association of Consecrated Virgins took her as its patron.
45 saints were canonized by Pope Benedict XVI.
Canadian Andre Prevost’s First Nations series is helping Catholics to pray with the living roots of the Church in North America.
‘Enduring Faith: The Story of Native American Catholics’ gives a rich survey of a deep Native Catholic history, filled with heroes, martyrs, missionary and holy men and women, and is part of the Knights of Columbus’ ongoing commitment of solidarity with Native American Catholics.
St. Kateri Tekakwitha is one of the most amazing saints of North America, but most people have yet to meet the real St. Kateri Tekakwitha or the path of holiness she traveled.
St. Kateri Tekakwitha is one of the most amazing saints of North America, but most people have yet to meet the real St. Kateri and how she traveled the path of holiness through her own culture and times.