Catherine Tekakwitha

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Beautiful Losers is the second and final novel by Canadian writer and musician Leonard was published inbefore he began his career as a singer-songwriter. Set in the Canadian province of Quebec, the story of 17th-century Mohawk saint Catherine Tekakwitha is interwoven with a love triangle between an unnamed anglophone Canadian folklorist; his Native wife.

In his book Mohawk Saint: Catherine Tekakwitha and the Jesuits, Allan Greer writes about the clash and Catherine Tekakwitha book of Native and French cultures in Canada during the seventeenth century.

The main character of Greers work is an Iroquois woman named Catherine Tekakwitha, who has been revered since her death by many pious Catholics as a saint/5.

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This is the inspiring story of Saint Kateri Tekakwitha, a holy young Indian woman who was converted to Christianity by the French missionaries led by Saint Isaac Joques during the s/5(9).

Greer's book is a fascinating dual biography of Catherine Tekakwitha, a 17th century Mohawk woman, and Claude Chauchetiére, the French Jesuit who knew her and became her hagiographer.

It functions as a microhistory, using the encounter of Tekakwitha and Chauchetiére as a window into the processes of conversion and colonialism in New by: Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Mohawk Saint: Catherine Tekakwitha and the Jesuits by Allan Greer (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay.

Free shipping for many products. In addition to being the first modern scholarly book to examine the life and cult of Catherine Tekakwitha herself, Mohawk Saint is really a double biography, covering the saint in parallel with her French contemporary and first hagiographer, Claude Chauchetière ().

Chauchetière’s own upbringing, sense of missionary vocation and. Mohawk Saint: Catherine Tekakwitha and the Jesuits is a non-fiction biography published in by Canadian author and historian Allan Greer.

The book seeks to summarize the life Catherine Tekakwitha book Saint Kateri Tekakwitha, an Algonquin-Iroquois woman who converted to Christianity and was later canonized by Pope Benedict XVI in   On OctoPope Benedict XVI canonized Saint Kateri Tekakwitha as the first Native North American saint.

Mohawk Saint is a work of history that situates her remarkable life in its seventeenth century setting, a time of wars, epidemics, and cultural transformations for the Indian peoples of the northeast.

The daughter of a Algonquin mother 1/5(1). Catherine Tekakwitha was born in along the Mohawk River in present day United States. She died in odour of sanctity on Ap at the Sault Saint Louis in Canada. Soon after her death, her face was suddenly transfigured to become so beautiful from the disappearance of the scars of : Early life and education.

Kateri Tekakwitha (the name "Kateri" is derived from the French Catherine, her baptismal name) was born around in the Mohawk village of Ossernenon near present-day Auriesville, New was the daughter of a Mohawk chief, and Tagaskouita, a Roman Catholic Algonquin who had been adopted into the tribe after capture.

Her mother. Tekakwitha, Catherine (Kateri) [Image not available for copyright reasons] Ossernenon (Auriesville), New York. Kanawake, Quebec. Mohawk Catholic nun and candidate for sainthood.

Catherine (Kateri) Tekakwitha was the first Native American to be venerated (the first step toward being declared a saint) by the Roman Catholic Church. Kateri Tekakwitha is the first Native American to be recognized as a saint by the Catholic Church. She was born inin the Mohawk village of Ossernenon.

Her mother was an Algonquin, who was captured by the Mohawks and who took a Mohawk chief for her husband. She contracted smallpox as a. item 4 Catherine Tekakwitha by Diego Paoletti (French) Paperback Book Free Shipping. - Catherine Tekakwitha by Diego Paoletti (French) Paperback Book Free Shipping.

$ Free shipping. No ratings or reviews yet. Be the first to write. Greer's book is a fascinating dual biography of Catherine Tekakwitha, a 17th century Mohawk woman, and Claude Chauchetiére, the French Jesuit who knew her and became her hagiographer.

It functions as a microhistory, using the encounter of Tekakwitha and Chauchetiére as a window into the processes of conversion and colonialism in New France/5(13). Mohawk Saint: Catherine Tekakwitha and the Jesuits - Ebook written by Allan Greer.

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New York, Longmans, Green and Co., (OCoLC) ‎On OctoPope Benedict XVI canonized Saint Kateri Tekakwitha as the first Native North American saint. Mohawk Saint is a work of history that situates her remarkable life in its seventeenth century setting, a time of wars, epidemics.

Saint Kateri Tekakwitha (pronounced in Mohawk), given the name Tekakwitha, baptized as Catherine [3] [4] and informally known as Lily of the Mohawks ( – Ap ), is a Roman Catholic saint who was an Algonquin–Mohawk virgin and in Auriesville (now part of New York), she suffered from smallpox as a young child, which scarred her face and greatly.

On OctoPope Benedict XVI canonized Saint Kateri Tekakwitha as the first Native North American saint. Mohawk Saint is a work of history that situates her remarkable life in its seventeenth century setting, a time of wars, epidemics, and cultural transformations for the Indian peoples of the northeast.

The daughter of a Algonquin mother 5/5(2). On OctoPope Benedict XVI canonized Saint Kateri Tekakwitha as the first Native North American saint.

Mohawk Saint is a work of history that situates her remarkable life in its seventeenth century setting, a time of wars, epidemics, and cultural transformations for the Indian peoples of the northeast.

Mohawk Saint: Catherine Tekakwitha and the Jesuits. New York: Oxford University Press, xiv + pp. $, paper, ISBN Reviewed by Carla Gerona Published on H-Atlantic (December, ) Allan Greer's new book is about the seven‐ teenth-century Iroquois convert, cult figure, and near-saint Kateri Tekakwitha.

Although. Greer's book is a fascinating dual biography of Catherine Tekakwitha, a 17th century Mohawk woman, and Claude Chauchetiére, the French Jesuit who knew her and became her hagiographer. It functions as a microhistory, using the encounter of Tekakwitha and Chauchetiére as a window into the processes of conversion and colonialism in New France/5(12).

Read this book on Questia. 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 a cult.

On OctoPope Benedict XVI canonized Saint Kateri Tekakwitha as the first Native North American saint. Mohawk Saint is a work of history that situates her remarkable life in its seventeenth century setting, a time of wars, epidemics, and cultural transformations for the Indian peoples of the northeast/5(9).

Mohawk Saint: Catherine Tekakwitha and the Jesuits | Greer, Allan | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon/5(12). Catherine Tekakwitha est née en au bord du fleuve Mohawk dans le présent États-Unis.

Elle mourra en odeur de sainteté le 17 avril au Sault-Saint-Louis au Canada. Peu après sa mort, son visage fut transfiguré et devenu une beauté à ravir pour faire disparaître ses cicatrices de la petite : Diego Paoletti. Kateri Tekakwitha, Tekakwitha also spelled Tegakwitha or Tegakouita, baptized Catherine Tekakwitha, byname Lily of the Mohawks, (bornprobably Ossernenon, New Netherland [now Auriesville, New York, U.S.]—died ApCaughnawaga, Quebec [now in Canada]; canonized Octo ; feast day in the U.S., July 14; feast day in.

Today is the feast of the newly canonized () Saint Catherine Tekakwitha. In much of this post I’m relying for the historical facts and some of the theoretical discussion upon the excellent book Mohawk Saint: Catherine Tekakwitha and the Jesuits by the Canadian historian Allan Greer.

Most striking to me as a theologian in encountering Tekakwitha. Professor Hackel History A Mohawk Saint In Mohawk Saint: Catherine Tekakwitha and the Jesuits, by Allan Greer, Greer’s main theme is to inform the reader about Catherine Tekakwitha.

Tekakwitha was an interesting person because she was both a Catholic and a Mohawk. Greer tells her story by telling her history and how she was worshipped as an unofficial Catholic.

Catherine Tekakwitha (Book): Sargent, Daniel, Curbside pickup service is offered at selected libraries for items available at those locations. Read "Mohawk Saint Catherine Tekakwitha and the Jesuits" by Allan Greer available from Rakuten Kobo.

On OctoPope Benedict XVI canonized Saint Kateri Tekakwitha as the first Native North American saint.

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Mohaw Brand: Oxford University Press.Catherine Tekakwitha was born in along the Mohawk River in present day United States. She died in odour of sanctity on Ap at the Sault Saint Louis in Canada. Soon after her death, her face was suddenly transfigured to become so beautiful from the disappearance of the scars of smallpox.Tekakwitha, a Mohawk Indian girl, spent her childhood in the lodge of her uncle, Chief of the Turtles, where she was taught the worship of Indian gods and repelled at the torture and vengeance which surrounded her.

Despite family objections she adopted the religion of ""the Blackrobes"" &#; missionaries who followed the decisive white victory in the French .