Saint Kateri Tekakwitha is the first Native American saint from the United States of America! <3

Saint Kateri Tekakwitha is the first Native American saint from the United States of America! <3

In 1892, James H. Burrell, a former Pullman porter, was appointed the first African-American officer of the Saint Paul Police Department. This was 20 years before New York City appointed its first African-American police officer. BurrellIn 1892, James H. Burrell, a former Pullman porter, was appointed the first African-American officer of the Saint Paul Police Department. This was 20 years before New York City appointed its first African-American police officer. Burrell served continuously…

In 1892, James H. Burrell, a former Pullman porter, was appointed the first African-American officer of the Saint Paul Police Department. This was 20 years before New York City appointed its first African-American police officer. BurrellIn 1892, James H. Burrell, a former Pullman porter, was appointed the first African-American officer of the Saint Paul Police Department. This was 20 years before New York City appointed its first African-American police officer. Burrell served continuously…

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, first American born Saint, founded the first Catholic School in the United States. And a distant relation to my husband!  That is so cool, IMO!

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, first American born Saint, founded the first Catholic School in the United States. And a distant relation to my husband! That is so cool, IMO!

St. Rose of Lima pray for us the Americas, India, Philippines and people ridiculed for their piety.   Feast day August 23.

St. Rose of Lima pray for us the Americas, India, Philippines and people ridiculed for their piety. Feast day August 23.

Saint-Kateri, the first Native American Indian to ever be proposed for sainthood. St. Kateri Tekakwitha was beatified by Pope John Paul II in 1980 and canonized a saint in October 2012 by Pope Benedict XVI during the opening of the Year of Faith. Her feast day is July 14 and she is the patron saint of the environment, ecology, and orphan

Saint-Kateri, the first Native American Indian to ever be proposed for sainthood. St. Kateri Tekakwitha was beatified by Pope John Paul II in 1980 and canonized a saint in October 2012 by Pope Benedict XVI during the opening of the Year of Faith. Her feast day is July 14 and she is the patron saint of the environment, ecology, and orphan

Archives: Saint Kateri Accents Spiritual Dynamics of Native Americans | Spirit Daily Blog

Archives: Saint Kateri Accents Spiritual Dynamics of Native Americans | Spirit Daily Blog

The Penumbra Theatre was founded in 1976 by Artistic Director Lou Bellamy to create a forum for African-American voices in the Twin Cities' well-respected theater community. Among playwrights, it launched the career of the late August Wilson.

The Penumbra Theatre was founded in 1976 by Artistic Director Lou Bellamy to create a forum for African-American voices in the Twin Cities' well-respected theater community. Among playwrights, it launched the career of the late August Wilson.

July 7,  1946: MOTHER FRANCES XAVIER CABRINI IS CANONIZED AS 1ST AMERICAN SAINT  -   Italian-born Mother Frances Xavier Cabrini is canonized as the first American saint by Pope Pius XII.

July 7, 1946: MOTHER FRANCES XAVIER CABRINI IS CANONIZED AS 1ST AMERICAN SAINT - Italian-born Mother Frances Xavier Cabrini is canonized as the first American saint by Pope Pius XII.

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