3 edition of Iroquois virgin, Catherine Tekakwitha, Lily of the Mohawk and the St. Lawrence, 1656-1680 found in the catalog.
Iroquois virgin, Catherine Tekakwitha, Lily of the Mohawk and the St. Lawrence, 1656-1680
Bibliography: p. 189-190.
|Statement||[by] Édouard Lecompte, S.J.; translated by Sister Francis (Isabel Hamilton Melick) edited and prefaced by John J. Wynne, S.J.|
|Contributions||Francis, Sister, Wynne, John J. 1859-1948., Tekakwitha League (New York, N.Y.)|
|LC Classifications||E90.T2 L3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 190 p.|
|Number of Pages||190|
|LC Control Number||32016215|
The oldest portrait of Kateri Tekakwitha is an oil painting on canvas 41″x37″ painted by Father Chauchetière between It hangs in the sacristy of St. Francis Xavier Church on the Kanawaké Mohawk Reservation on the south bank of the St. Lawrence River, near Montréal, Québec. MOHAWK VALLEY, New York (RNS) Twelve-year-old Jake Finkbonner leaned over and ran his hand through a pool of water from a natural spring at the National MOHAWK VALLEY, New York (RNS) Twelve-year-old Jake Finkbonner leaned over and ran his hand through a pool of water from a natural spring at the National.
Saint of the Day – 14 July – Saint Kateri ‘Catherine’ Tekakwitha (–) aged 24 Virgin laywoman, Penitent, Ascetic – known as Lily of the Mohawks – born in in the Mohawk village of Osserneon (Auriesville), modern New York, USA and died on 17 April at Caughnawaga, Canada of natural causes. Patronages – ecologists. Full text of "The life and times of Kateri Tekakwitha, the Lily of the Mohawks, [microform]" See other formats.
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In short, they omitted no means of shaking. Kateri Tekakwitha, Mohawk () Views Tegaquitha, “Lily of the Mohawks,” as she was popularly known, was the first recorded Native American Roman Catholic nun in North American.
Saint Kateri Tekakwitha () Feast Day: April 17 Her Life Kateri Tekakwitha was born in in the Mohawk village of Ossernenon (today Auriesville, New York). Her mother was a member of the Algonquin First Nation and her father was an Iroquois chief.
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If it was the olden days I would be known as Katie Jean Kateri Wilson Thomas. Saint Kateri Tekakwitha (pronounced 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 virgin and veterans-opex.com in Auriesville (now part of New York), she suffered from smallpox as a young child, which scarred her face and greatly weakened her eyes.
Kateri Tekakwitha The Little Iroquois Girl by Agnes Richomme: Kateri Tekakwitha, mystic of the wilderness by Margaret Bunson: Kateri Tekakwitha: Joyful Lover by Mary P.
Litkowski: Kateri Tekakwitha: Mohawk Maid by Evelyn M. Brown: Kateri Tekakwitha: The Lily of the Mohawks (Saints and Holy People) by Lillian M. Fisher: Kateri Tekakwitha. Kahnawake is located at the southwest shore where the Saint Lawrence River narrows.
The territory is described in the native language as "on, or by the rapids" (of the Saint Lawrence River) (in French, it was originally called Sault du St. Louis, also related to the rapids).This term refers to the people's village that was along the natural rapids of the old river, before the construction of Province: Quebec.
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Leupp, Francis Ellington. Mohawk Saint - Catherine Tekakwitha And the Jesuits by Allan Greer. The daughter of a Algonquin mother and an Iroquois father, Catherine/Kateri Tekakwitha () has become known over the centuries as a Catholic convert so holy that, almost immediately upon her death, she became the object of.
St. Kateri Tekakwitha Of The Iroquois () By Br. Robert Lentz O.F.M. Kateri Tekakwitha was born in the forests of what is now New York State. She was a member of the Mohawk Iroquois nation, the daughter of a chief and a captive Algonquin mother. Orphaned at four, she was raised by her uncle.
At 20 she was baptized by a French Jesuit.St. Kateri Tekakwitha () was born in New York. She was an Algonquin–Mohawk virgin and religious laywoman who professed a vow of virginity until her death at the age of She is the patroness of ecologists, environmentalists, Native Americans and many others."Lily of the Mohawks" () Feast / Memorial: July 14 Patronage: ecology + BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE: Kateri Tekakwitha, known as the "Lily of the Mohawks", was born in to a Christian Algonquin mother and a chieftain of the Mohawk tribe of the Iroquois Nation in Ossernenon, a Mohawk village (today Auriesville, New York).Her Indian name was Ioragode (Splendour of the Sun).