Saint Kateri Tekakwitha

St. Kateri Pendant

St. Kateri Pendant
$54.00
$56.50
$141.25
$219.25
$655.00
$46.75
$67.00
$1,108.75
$107.50
$46.75 - $1,108.75

This handmade Classic St. Kateri Pendant measures 1 x 3/4 inches, and comes with a deluxe gift box.

Handmade in the USA by artisans at Bliss Manufacturing, this item comes with a lifetime guarantee against breakage and tarnishing.

ST. KATERI TEKAKWITHA Patron of Environment

Memorial Date: July 14

St. Kateri Tekakwitha was canonized by Pope Benedict XVI on Oct. 21, 2012. She is the patroness of ecology and the environment, people in exile and Native Americans as she is the first Native American to be recognized as a saint by the Catholic Church. She was born in 1656, in a Mohawk village of Ossernenon to an Algonquin mother who had been captured by neighboring Mohawk tribe and a Mohawk chief for her father.

According to legend, Kateri was very devout and would put thorns on her sleeping mat. She often prayed for the conversion of her fellow Mohawks. According to the Jesuit missionaries that served the community where Kateri lived, she often fasted and when she would eat, she would taint her food to diminish its flavor. On at least one occasion, she burned herself. Such self-mortification was common among the Mohawk.  Sadly, just five years after her conversion to Catholicism, she became ill and passed away at age 24, on April 17, 1680. 

ISBN/SKU: 
617759387278
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St. Kateri Tekakwitha Pendant

St. Kateri Tekakwitha Pendant
$46.75
$219.25
$67.00
$54.50
$655.00
$107.50
$1,108.75
$141.25
$56.50
$46.75 - $1,108.75

This handmade Sterling Silver St. Kateri Tekakwitha Pendant with Stainless Silver Heavy Curb Chain, measures 1/2 x 1/4 inches, 3/4 x 1/2 inches or 1 x 3/4 inches, and comes with a deluxe gift box.

Handmade in the USA by artisans at Bliss Manufacturing, this item comes with a lifetime guarantee against breakage and tarnishing.

ST. KATERI TEKAKWITHA Patron of Environment

Memorial Date: July 14

St. Kateri Tekakwitha was canonized by Pope Benedict XVI on Oct. 21, 2012. She is the patroness of ecology and the environment, people in exile and Native Americans as she is the first Native American to be recognized as a saint by the Catholic Church. She was born in 1656, in a Mohawk village of Ossernenon to an Algonquin mother who had been captured by neighboring Mohawk tribe and a Mohawk chief for her father.

According to legend, Kateri was very devout and would put thorns on her sleeping mat. She often prayed for the conversion of her fellow Mohawks. According to the Jesuit missionaries that served the community where Kateri lived, she often fasted and when she would eat, she would taint her food to diminish its flavor. On at least one occasion, she burned herself. Such self-mortification was common among the Mohawk.  Sadly, just five years after her conversion to Catholicism, she became ill and passed away at age 24, on April 17, 1680. 

ISBN/SKU: 
617759905885
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St. Kateri Tekakwitha Pendant

St. Kateri Tekakwitha Pendant
$56.50
$613.00
$107.00
$56.50 - $613.00

This handmade St. Kateri Tekakwitha measures 5/8 X 1/2 inches, and comes with a deluxe gift box.

Handmade in the USA by artisans at Bliss Manufacturing, this item comes with a lifetime guarantee against breakage and tarnishing.

ST. KATERI TEKAKWITHA Patron of Environment

Memorial Date: July 14

St. Kateri Tekakwitha was canonized by Pope Benedict XVI on Oct. 21, 2012. She is the patroness of ecology and the environment, people in exile and Native Americans as she is the first Native American to be recognized as a saint by the Catholic Church. She was born in 1656, in a Mohawk village of Ossernenon to an Algonquin mother who had been captured by neighboring Mohawk tribe and a Mohawk chief for her father.

According to legend, Kateri was very devout and would put thorns on her sleeping mat. She often prayed for the conversion of her fellow Mohawks. According to the Jesuit missionaries that served the community where Kateri lived, she often fasted and when she would eat, she would taint her food to diminish its flavor. On at least one occasion, she burned herself. Such self-mortification was common among the Mohawk.  Sadly, just five years after her conversion to Catholicism, she became ill and passed away at age 24, on April 17, 1680. 

ISBN/SKU: 
617759679199
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St. Kateri Scenic Pendant

St. Kateri Scenic Pendant
$84.00
$57.75
$245.50
$106.50
$597.25
$2,123.00
$57.75 - $2,123.00

This handmade St. Kateri Pendant features her in a beautiful nature scene and the words "Kateri Lily of the Mowhawks" around the edge. Each one measures 1 1/4 x 1 1/8 inches, and comes with a deluxe gift box.

Handmade in the USA by artisans at Bliss Manufacturing, this item comes with a lifetime guarantee against breakage and tarnishing.

ST. KATERI TEKAKWITHA Patron of Environment

Memorial Date: July 14

St. Kateri Tekakwitha was canonized by Pope Benedict XVI on Oct. 21, 2012. She is the patroness of ecology and the environment, people in exile and Native Americans as she is the first Native American to be recognized as a saint by the Catholic Church. She was born in 1656, in a Mohawk village of Ossernenon to an Algonquin mother who had been captured by neighboring Mohawk tribe and a Mohawk chief for her father.

According to legend, Kateri was very devout and would put thorns on her sleeping mat. She often prayed for the conversion of her fellow Mohawks. According to the Jesuit missionaries that served the community where Kateri lived, she often fasted and when she would eat, she would taint her food to diminish its flavor. On at least one occasion, she burned herself. Such self-mortification was common among the Mohawk.  Sadly, just five years after her conversion to Catholicism, she became ill and passed away at age 24, on April 17, 1680. 

ISBN/SKU: 
617759877953
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Kateri Tekakwitha Mohawk Maiden

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$11.95
This book is from the famous line of Vision books of saints that are one of the most popular and well-told series of stories for young people. This is the inspiring story of Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha, a holy young Indian woman, who was converted to Christianity by the French missionaries led by St. Isaac Joques during the 1600's.
ISBN/SKU: 
9780898703801
Publication Date: 
1991-09-01
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St. Kateri Equestrian Pendants

St. Kateri Equestrian Pendants
$70.25
$1,111.75
$144.25
$49.75
$110.75
$57.25
$59.75
$658.25
$222.50
$49.75 - $1,111.75

This handmade St. Kateri Equestrian Pendant measures 1/2 x 1/4 inches, 3/4 x 1/2 inches or 1 x 3/4 inches and comes with a deluxe gift box.

Handmade in the USA by artisans at Bliss Manufacturing, this item comes with a lifetime guarantee against breakage and tarnishing.

ST. KATERI TEKAKWITHA Patron of Environment

Memorial Date: July 14

St. Kateri Tekakwitha was canonized by Pope Benedict XVI on Oct. 21, 2012. She is the patroness of ecology and the environment, people in exile and Native Americans as she is the first Native American to be recognized as a saint by the Catholic Church. She was born in 1656, in a Mohawk village of Ossernenon to an Algonquin mother who had been captured by neighboring Mohawk tribe and a Mohawk chief for her father.

According to legend, Kateri was very devout and would put thorns on her sleeping mat. She often prayed for the conversion of her fellow Mohawks. According to the Jesuit missionaries that served the community where Kateri lived, she often fasted and when she would eat, she would taint her food to diminish its flavor. On at least one occasion, she burned herself. Such self-mortification was common among the Mohawk.  Sadly, just five years after her conversion to Catholicism, she became ill and passed away at age 24, on April 17, 1680. 

ISBN/SKU: 
617759990829
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St. Kateri Baby Badge Charm and Badge Pin with Cross

St. Kateri Baby Badge Charm and Badge Pin with Cross
$436.00
$64.50
$56.50
$56.50 - $436.00

This handmade St. Kateri Charm Baby Badge and Pin with Cross measures 1 X 3/4 inches, and comes with a deluxe gift box.

Handmade in the USA by artisans at Bliss Manufacturing, this item comes with a lifetime guarantee against breakage and tarnishing.

ST. KATERI TEKAKWITHA Patron of Environment

Memorial Date: July 14

St. Kateri Tekakwitha was canonized by Pope Benedict XVI on Oct. 21, 2012. She is the patroness of ecology and the environment, people in exile and Native Americans as she is the first Native American to be recognized as a saint by the Catholic Church. She was born in 1656, in a Mohawk village of Ossernenon to an Algonquin mother who had been captured by neighboring Mohawk tribe and a Mohawk chief for her father.

According to legend, Kateri was very devout and would put thorns on her sleeping mat. She often prayed for the conversion of her fellow Mohawks. According to the Jesuit missionaries that served the community where Kateri lived, she often fasted and when she would eat, she would taint her food to diminish its flavor. On at least one occasion, she burned herself. Such self-mortification was common among the Mohawk.  Sadly, just five years after her conversion to Catholicism, she became ill and passed away at age 24, on April 17, 1680. 

ISBN/SKU: 
617759063844
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St. Kateri Baby Badge Charm and Godchild Badge Pin

St. Kateri Baby Badge Charm and Godchild Badge Pin
$424.75
$64.50
$56.50
$56.50 - $424.75

This handmade St. Kateri Baby Badge Charm and Godchild Badge Pin measures 1 X 5/8 inches, and comes with a deluxe gift box.

Handmade in the USA by artisans at Bliss Manufacturing, this item comes with a lifetime guarantee against breakage and tarnishing.

ST. KATERI TEKAKWITHA Patron of Environment

Memorial Date: July 14

St. Kateri Tekakwitha was canonized by Pope Benedict XVI on Oct. 21, 2012. She is the patroness of ecology and the environment, people in exile and Native Americans as she is the first Native American to be recognized as a saint by the Catholic Church. She was born in 1656, in a Mohawk village of Ossernenon to an Algonquin mother who had been captured by neighboring Mohawk tribe and a Mohawk chief for her father.

According to legend, Kateri was very devout and would put thorns on her sleeping mat. She often prayed for the conversion of her fellow Mohawks. According to the Jesuit missionaries that served the community where Kateri lived, she often fasted and when she would eat, she would taint her food to diminish its flavor. On at least one occasion, she burned herself. Such self-mortification was common among the Mohawk.  Sadly, just five years after her conversion to Catholicism, she became ill and passed away at age 24, on April 17, 1680. 

ISBN/SKU: 
617759855029
0

St. Kateri Baby Badge Charm and Polished Badge Pin

St. Kateri Baby Badge Charm and Polished Badge Pin
$56.50
$436.00
$64.50
$56.50 - $436.00

This handmade St. Kateri Baby Badge Charm and Polished Badge Pin measures 1 X 5/8 inches, and comes with a deluxe gift box.

Handmade in the USA by artisans at Bliss Manufacturing, this item comes with a lifetime guarantee against breakage and tarnishing.

ST. KATERI TEKAKWITHA

Patron of Environment

Memorial Date: July 14

St. Kateri Tekakwitha was canonized by Pope Benedict XVI on Oct. 21, 2012. She is the patroness of ecology and the environment, people in exile and Native Americans as she is the first Native American to be recognized as a saint by the Catholic Church. She was born in 1656, in a Mohawk village of Ossernenon to an Algonquin mother who had been captured by neighboring Mohawk tribe and a Mohawk chief for her father.

According to legend, Kateri was very devout and would put thorns on her sleeping mat. She often prayed for the conversion of her fellow Mohawks. According to the Jesuit missionaries that served the community where Kateri lived, she often fasted and when she would eat, she would taint her food to diminish its flavor. On at least one occasion, she burned herself. Such self-mortification was common among the Mohawk.  Sadly, just five years after her conversion to Catholicism, she became ill and passed away at age 24, on April 17, 1680. 

ISBN/SKU: 
9061SS/0730SS
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St. Kateri Baby Badge Charm with Angel Wings Badge Pin

St. Kateri Baby Badge Charm with Angel Wings Badge Pin
$57.00
$62.50
$454.50
$621.50
$65.75
$74.75
$57.00 - $621.50

This handmade St. Kateri Baby Badge Charm with Angel Wings Badge Pin measures 7/8 X 3/4 inches or 1 1/8 X 1 1/8 inches and comes with a deluxe gift box.

Handmade in the USA by artisans at Bliss Manufacturing, this item comes with a lifetime guarantee against breakage and tarnishing.

ST. KATERI TEKAKWITHA Patron of Environment

Memorial Date: July 14

St. Kateri Tekakwitha was canonized by Pope Benedict XVI on Oct. 21, 2012. She is the patroness of ecology and the environment, people in exile and Native Americans as she is the first Native American to be recognized as a saint by the Catholic Church. She was born in 1656, in a Mohawk village of Ossernenon to an Algonquin mother who had been captured by neighboring Mohawk tribe and a Mohawk chief for her father.

According to legend, Kateri was very devout and would put thorns on her sleeping mat. She often prayed for the conversion of her fellow Mohawks. According to the Jesuit missionaries that served the community where Kateri lived, she often fasted and when she would eat, she would taint her food to diminish its flavor. On at least one occasion, she burned herself. Such self-mortification was common among the Mohawk.  Sadly, just five years after her conversion to Catholicism, she became ill and passed away at age 24, on April 17, 1680. 

ISBN/SKU: 
9061SS/0735SS
0

St. Kateri Charm and Arched Polished Badge Pin

St. Kateri Charm and Arched Polished Badge Pin
$58.25
$482.50
$67.25
$58.25 - $482.50

This handmade St. Kateri Charm and Arched Polished Badge Pin measures 7/8 X 7/8 inches, and comes with a deluxe gift box.

Handmade in the USA by artisans at Bliss Manufacturing, this item comes with a lifetime guarantee against breakage and tarnishing.

ST. KATERI TEKAKWITHA Patron of Environment

Memorial Date: July 14

St. Kateri Tekakwitha was canonized by Pope Benedict XVI on Oct. 21, 2012. She is the patroness of ecology and the environment, people in exile and Native Americans as she is the first Native American to be recognized as a saint by the Catholic Church. She was born in 1656, in a Mohawk village of Ossernenon to an Algonquin mother who had been captured by neighboring Mohawk tribe and a Mohawk chief for her father.

According to legend, Kateri was very devout and would put thorns on her sleeping mat. She often prayed for the conversion of her fellow Mohawks. According to the Jesuit missionaries that served the community where Kateri lived, she often fasted and when she would eat, she would taint her food to diminish its flavor. On at least one occasion, she burned herself. Such self-mortification was common among the Mohawk.  Sadly, just five years after her conversion to Catholicism, she became ill and passed away at age 24, on April 17, 1680. 

ISBN/SKU: 
9061SS/0732SS
0

St. Kateri Charm and Baby Boots Pin

St. Kateri Charm and Baby Boots Pin
$59.75
$552.00
$70.50
$59.75 - $552.00

This handmade St. Kateri Baby Badge Charm with Baby Boots Pin measures 1 X 5/8 inches, and comes with a deluxe gift box.

Handmade in the USA by artisans at Bliss Manufacturing, this item comes with a lifetime guarantee against breakage and tarnishing.

ST. KATERI TEKAKWITHA Patron of Environment

Memorial Date: July 14

St. Kateri Tekakwitha was canonized by Pope Benedict XVI on Oct. 21, 2012. She is the patroness of ecology and the environment, people in exile and Native Americans as she is the first Native American to be recognized as a saint by the Catholic Church. She was born in 1656, in a Mohawk village of Ossernenon to an Algonquin mother who had been captured by neighboring Mohawk tribe and a Mohawk chief for her father.

According to legend, Kateri was very devout and would put thorns on her sleeping mat. She often prayed for the conversion of her fellow Mohawks. According to the Jesuit missionaries that served the community where Kateri lived, she often fasted and when she would eat, she would taint her food to diminish its flavor. On at least one occasion, she burned herself. Such self-mortification was common among the Mohawk.  Sadly, just five years after her conversion to Catholicism, she became ill and passed away at age 24, on April 17, 1680. 

ISBN/SKU: 
9061SS/5923SS
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