Walking with the Excluded: A Message from the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee

Immigration Month Essay – Aghogho Edevbie   As a Jesuit parish, we have a special connection to the recently introduced Universal Apostolic Preferences. These Preferences help guide our walk with Christ and unite us in a common mission. I want to focus on one of those Preferences, “Walking with the Excluded”, and what that has [...]

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St. Kateri Tekakwitha

St. Kateri Tekakwitha First Native American Saint “Lily of the Mohawks” Kateri Tekakwitha, (Tekakwitha, her Mohawk given name, meaning one who bumps into things) was born in a Mohawk village near Auriesville, New York in 1656.  Her father was a Mohawk chief and her mother a Christian Algonquin who had been captured and then adopted [...]

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