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A Short Biography of Her Life
Prayer For Kateri's Veneration and Litany

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Kateri's Resting Place
The Tomb of Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha
The Tomb of Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha
The tomb of Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha at the Saint FrancisXavier Mission at Kahnawake, near Montreal.

When Kateri died, two French settlers - so moved by the sight of herradiant, peaceful face - built a wood coffin to hold her precious remains. When the mission moved from one location to another, her bones were to valuable to leave behind and were exhumed. The coffin made identification possible because Kateri was the only Indian buried in such a fashion.

In the late 1800s, Reverend Clarence Walworth of Saint Mary's Church in Albany, New York,arranged for a monument to be erected over what was then her burial place. Her relics were later exhumed and stored in a wooden chest until they were placed in the marble tomb in the picture above.

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