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Kateri Tekakwitha - the daughter of a Mohawk chief and his Algonquin wife - caught smallpox at the age of four, and lost her whole family to the disease. Tekakwitha longed for her mother's Catholic faith, but her Mohawk uncle despised the black-robed priests who could teach her more about Jesus. Shunned and bullied for her beliefs, Kateri found the courage to live as both a true Mohawk and a child of the one true God.
This delightful paperback book is written for youth. Start a Catholic Youth Reading Club with this book on the life of St. Kateri! Get individual copies for the parish religious education students, children or grandchildren.