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By Kanonsa 

Kateri Tekakwitha, Lily of the Mohawks

Miracle required for stage three in Sainthood process


Singing traditional Mohawk hymns are: (left to right) Rosemary Bonaparte, unknown, Sarah Hassenplug, Terry Steele, Bernice Lazore and Judy Cole.

As a young girl, Kateri was known as “she who bumps into things.” Born in Auriesville, N.Y. in 1656 to a Mohawk Chief and Catholic Algonquin mother, Kateri’s cause of sainthood continues to generate a call to sanctity through prayer circles....

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