Join some of the best experts on the life of Kateri Tekakwitha in this 3 hour and 35 min commentary series. The late Fr. Henri Béchard, SJ, former vice-postulator of Saint Kateri Tekakwitha's cause, and a famous historian; Msgr. Paul A. Lenz, former 30 year executive director of the Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions, and the official vice postulator for the canonization cause of Saint Kateri Tekakwitha; and Fr. Thomas Egan comment on Kateri's early years, the importance of family and death in the Indian culture, Kateri's devotion to the Cross, her life in the sacraments, the life of the early missionaries, the penances of Kateri and her consecration to Christ. Ideal for personal or group spiritual formation. Available as a 4-CD set, 3 hours and 35 minutes.
Softcover Book: F.X Father Weiser, S.J. presents the life story of Kateri Tekakwitha, the most famous and heroic girls of the great nation of the Iroquois. Quite a few biographies of hers have appeared in various countries and languages. This publication tries to picture her against the background of her own people and time, not merely as a saintly Christian, but also as the true Mohawk Indian she was.