- Saint Kateri Tekakwitha -
. I created this unique and meaningful locket necklace designs in honor of Saint Kateri Tekakwitha. Express your faith and devotion with this handmade necklace, it's a very powerful piece and a true gift for yourself or someone special.
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Beautiful large 35x26mm locket with image of Saint Kateri Tekakwitha adorned with clear rhinestones.
This pendant comes with chain.
Materials: Rhinestones & Metal
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. The charms are not waterproof.
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- About Saint. Kateri Tekakwitha ( Patron of the environment and ecology)
Facts: Feastday: July 14
Death: April 17, 1680
Beatified By: Pope John Paul II
Canonized By: On 10/21/2012 by Pope Benedict XVI
Saint Kateri Tekakwitha, Virgin, was canonized on 10/21/2012 by Pope Benedict XVI.
Kateri was born near the town of Auriesville, New York, in the year 1656, the daughter of a Mohawk warrior. She was four years old when her mother died of smallpox. The disease also attacked Kateri and transfigured her face. She was adopted by her two aunts and an uncle. Kateri became converted as a teenager. She was baptized at the age of twenty and incurred the great hostility of her tribe. Although she had to suffer greatly for her Faith, she remained firm in it. Kateri went to the new Christian colony of Indians in Canada. Here she lived a life dedicated to prayer, penitential practices, and care for the sick and aged. Every morning, even in bitterest winter, she stood before the chapel door until it opened at four and remained there until after the last Mass. She was devoted to the Eucharist and to Jesus Crucified. She died on April 17, 1680 at the age of twenty-four. She is known as the "Lily of the Mohawks". Devotion to Kateri is responsible for establishing Native American ministries in Catholic Churches all over the United States and Canada. Kateri was declared venerable by the Catholic Church in 1943 and she was Beatified in 1980. Hundreds of thousands have visited shrines to Kateri erected at both St. Francis Xavier and Caughnawaga and at her birth place at Auriesville, New York. Pilgrimages at these sites continue today.
St. Kateri Teckakwitha is the first Native American to be declared a Saint. Her feast day is July 14. She is the patroness of the environment and ecology as is St. Francis of Assisi.
- Prayer To Saint Kateri Tekakwitha
Lord God, You called the virgin Saint Kateri Tekakwitha,
to shine among the American Indian people as an example of innocence of life.
Through her intercession, may all peoples of every tribe, tongue and nation,
having been gathered into Your Church, proclaim your greatness in one song of praise.
We ask this through our Lord Jesus Christ,
Your Son, Who lives and reigns with You and the Holy Spirit,
one God, forever and ever.