Saint Kateri Tekakwitha, One Who Walks Groping Her Way

Last Sunday the Church canonized a saint named for her poor eyesight. At age four this saint lost her Christian Algonquin mother and Mohawk father to smallpox, which also weakened her sight. Her uncle, a Mohawk chef, took her into his longhouse and called her Tekakwitha, One Who Walks Groping Her Way. Perhaps her motherContinue reading “Saint Kateri Tekakwitha, One Who Walks Groping Her Way”