Catherine Gandeaktena

On November 6th, 1673, a Native American woman named Catherine Gandeaktena died in the odor of sanctity in the new settlement of La Prairie, Quebec. Known as "the Good Christian", the "Mother of the Poor", she and her husband founded the mission that became a famous refuge for St. Kateri Tekakwitha and other Christian Indians.

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  • Catherine Gandeaktena e-book (digital download)

    Catherine Gandeaktena e-book (digital download)

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    Catherine Gandeaktena died in 1673, held in such high regard that her priests believed she would immediately attain the bliss of heaven. Her wonderful story is scattered in the accounts of the Canadian Jesuits as well as the biographies of St. Kateri Tekakwitha. For the first time ever, they have been assembled here into a short readable biography of her life, with particular attention to the virtues that marked her passage from her childhood in the Erie and Oneida villages to her marriage, Baptism, and holy death.

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  • Catherine Gandeaktena: Foundress of St. Kateri's Mission

    Catherine Gandeaktena: Foundress of St. Kateri's Mission

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    Catherine Gandeaktena died in 1673, held in such high regard that her priests believed she would immediately attain the bliss of heaven. Her wonderful story is scattered in the accounts of the Canadian Jesuits as well as the biographies of St. Kateri Tekakwitha. For the first time ever, they have been assembled here into a short readable biography of her life, with particular attention to the virtues that marked her passage from her childhood in the Erie and Oneida villages to her marriage, Baptism, and holy death.

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