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Saint Kateri Tekakwitha: The Lily of the Mohawks epub ebook

by Reverend Lawrence G Lovasik S.V.D.

Saint Kateri Tekakwitha: The Lily of the Mohawks epub ebook

Author: Reverend Lawrence G Lovasik S.V.D.
Category: Education
Language: English
Publisher: Catholic Book Publishing Corp; English Language edition (December 1, 2012)
ISBN: 0899422985
ISBN13: 978-0899422985
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 221
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The members of our St. Kateri Tekakwitha Committee of St. Lucy's Church in Syracuse, NY were very disappointed with the revisions and it was decided not to purchase any more of the reprinted books

The members of our St. Lucy's Church in Syracuse, NY were very disappointed with the revisions and it was decided not to purchase any more of the reprinted books. I gave it one star because the colors were vivid. This book contains the biography of Blessed Kateri. Is has the nihil obstat and imprimatur. It is thorough and very engaging.

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2 Saint Kateri Tekakwitha ( ) Materials Needed: Copies of Saint Kateri Tekakwitha s biography (short version) . Listening: 1. Introduce Saint Kateri Tekakwitha to the children and tell them that she is also known as the Lily of the Mohawks.

2 Saint Kateri Tekakwitha ( ) Materials Needed: Copies of Saint Kateri Tekakwitha s biography (short version), copies of worksheets, pencils, and pencil crayons. Gathering: 1. Have a short discussion with the children about peer pressure in society how you might do something (or not do something) because of other peoples influence. Ask the children to think about why she might be known as Lily of the Mohawks as they listen to the short biography.

Saint Kateri Tekakwitha (pronounced in Mohawk), given the name Tekakwitha, baptized as Catherine and informally known as Lily of the Mohawks (1656 – April 17, 1680), is a Catholic saint who was an Algonquin–Mohawk laywoman. Born in the Mohawk village of Ossernenon, on the south side of the Mohawk River, she contracted smallpox in an epidemic; her family died and her face was scarred

According to Rev. Lawrence G. Lovasik’s Kateri of the Mohawks, her tribal neighbors called her the fairest flower that .

According to Rev. Lovasik’s Kateri of the Mohawks, her tribal neighbors called her the fairest flower that ever bloomed among the redmen, which was engraved on her tomb stone. Kateri Tekakwitha followed the generation of Saints John de Brebeuf, Isaac Jogues and Companions, thus bearing out the ancient Christian saying that the blood of martyrs is the seed of Christians. She was beatified in 1980 and canonized on October 21, 2012.

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Saint Kateri Tekawitha by Fr. Lovasik, . relates the life and influence of the popular Saint Kateri Tekakwitha. Full-color illustrations. Saint Kateri Tekawitha (9780899422985) by Lawrence G. ▲. Saint Kateri Tekawitha by Fr.

Relates the life and influence of the popular Saint Kateri Tekakwitha. Illustrated in full color
Reviews (5)
Trex
First of all, the four books that I received are not the same as the books I ordered on Amazon.com. These were purchased to be given to children, however, the cover does not show the little Native girl, it shows a more adult looking girl. I was going to purchase 25 of the books but was limited to 4 by the seller....and that was a lucky break for me because whoever did the "reprint" must have taken "creative license” and made changes that are incorrect. I already own a copy of the original book with the little Native girl as depicted on Amazon.com. Page 3 of the original book shows the correct depiction of a Longhouse with rounded/dome shaped roof. The reprint is INCORRECT! That depiction of a Longhouse looks like a big garage and definitely not of Native design! Page 11 of the reprint shows Fr. de Lamberville in a bright blue robe. This is incorrect! Fr. de Lamberville and the other missionaries were referred to as "Black Robes" by the Natives due to the "black" color of their robes. The picture of Fr. de Lamberville in the original book is not completely black either, but more of a gray color and acceptable....definitely not bright blue. The only changes that should have taken place is from Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha to Saint Kateri Tekakwitha on the cover, and on Page 31 to include the Canonization information. The members of our St. Kateri Tekakwitha Committee of St. Lucy's Church in Syracuse, NY were very disappointed with the revisions and it was decided not to purchase any more of the reprinted books. I gave it one star because the colors were vivid.

Manesenci
My girls love to read the St. Joseph books. This was a great addition to their collection.

Kerry
This book contains the biography of Blessed Kateri. Is has the nihil obstat and imprimatur. It is thorough and very engaging. My young (7 and under) children have asked me to read this again and again. They really enjoy the story and pictures. They are very touched by the story and discuss it for days afterwards. They even drew pictures without being prompted! There is some sadness, but it is still appropriate for even the youngest of children. I highly recommend this book for children and adults a like. Once again Father Lovasik did a great job!

Frosha
That is a real sentence from this book. Be aware that it contains language that can most generously be described as "dated". Otherwise well done.

Kitaxe
loved this little book got burned in our house fire.

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