St. Kateri Tekakwitha Tiny Saint

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When Kateri was just a child, smallpox left her with poor vision and a scarred face. However, Kateri found peace in Jesus, especially in the Eucharist. Persecuted by her Mohawk tribe, Kateri traveled the wilderness by foot and canoe to live in a Christian community. She lived there happily until 1680, when she died from illness at the age of 24. Kateri is often called "the Lily of the Mohawks."

Feast Day: July 14

Patronage: Converts, Native Americans, Outcasts, Outdoor Enthusiasts, The Environment