Saint Katharine Drexel, daughter of a wealthy railroad magnate, she used her fortune to help the Sioux, and to found Xavier University.

Saint Katharine Drexel, daughter of a wealthy railroad magnate, she used her fortune to help the Sioux, and to found Xavier University.

Katie, The Young Life of Mother Katharine Drexel (Chritian Hero)

Katie, The Young Life of Mother Katharine Drexel (Chritian Hero)

St. Augustine Webster,One of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales, canonized in 1970. Augustine was a Carthusian prior of the Charterhouse at Axholme, England. He was arrested in London and martyred at Tyburn. He was imprisoned on the orders of Thomas Cromwell when he refused to take the Oath of Supremacy and was hanged, beheaded and quartered at Tyburn. Feastday May 4

St. Augustine Webster,One of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales, canonized in 1970. Augustine was a Carthusian prior of the Charterhouse at Axholme, England. He was arrested in London and martyred at Tyburn. He was imprisoned on the orders of Thomas Cromwell when he refused to take the Oath of Supremacy and was hanged, beheaded and quartered at Tyburn. Feastday May 4

“The patient and humble endurance of the cross—whatever nature it may be—is the highest work we have to do.” “Oh, how far I am at 84 years of age from being an image of Jesus in his sacred life on earth!” (St. Katharine Drexel).  Feast day March 3.

“The patient and humble endurance of the cross—whatever nature it may be—is the highest work we have to do.” “Oh, how far I am at 84 years of age from being an image of Jesus in his sacred life on earth!” (St. Katharine Drexel). Feast day March 3.

The spirit of poverty: St. Katharine Drexel. Katharine Mary Drexel was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on November 26, 1858, to Francis Anthony Drexel and Hannah Langstroth. Her family owned a considerable banking fortune, and her uncle Anthony Joseph Drexel was the founder of Drexel University in Philadelphia. She took religious vows, dedicating herself and her inheritance to the needs of Native Americans and African-Americans in the western and southwestern United States.

The spirit of poverty: St. Katharine Drexel. Katharine Mary Drexel was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on November 26, 1858, to Francis Anthony Drexel and Hannah Langstroth. Her family owned a considerable banking fortune, and her uncle Anthony Joseph Drexel was the founder of Drexel University in Philadelphia. She took religious vows, dedicating herself and her inheritance to the needs of Native Americans and African-Americans in the western and southwestern United States.

Lakota women in buckskin near tipi, 1941 :: Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions  **the lovely woman on the left has on buckskin with cowrie shells, which is quite unusual. Nice!**

Lakota women in buckskin near tipi, 1941 :: Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions **the lovely woman on the left has on buckskin with cowrie shells, which is quite unusual. Nice!**

“Detachment from riches is obligatory for entrance into the Kingdom of heaven” (CCC 2544). Admit it. You know the entire Beverly Hillbillies theme song by heart, don’t you? And you can sing it from memory, start to finish. So can I. If you grew up on Jed and Jethro and Elly May like I did, …

“Detachment from riches is obligatory for entrance into the Kingdom of heaven” (CCC 2544). Admit it. You know the entire Beverly Hillbillies theme song by heart, don’t you? And you can sing it from memory, start to finish. So can I. If you grew up on Jed and Jethro and Elly May like I did, …

pelli clark pelli: st.katharine drexel chapel, xavier university of louisiana

pelli clark pelli: st.katharine drexel chapel, xavier university of louisiana

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