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Saturday, September 15, 2007
Episcopal Mission incorporates Navajo culture into church services
Check the story and comments linked above at Kendall Harmon's site TitusOneNine, concerning inculturation in the Navajo Anglican mission.
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Loaves and Fishes
by Claudio Salvucci.
Fr. Claude Chauchetiere, Blessed Kateri's priest and biographer, narrates the history of Kateri's mission from its founding. This invaluable primary source for Native American Catholicism is available from Evolution Publishing.
Book of the 7 Nations (Cuoq, 1865)
Processional Iroquois (Cuoq, 1864)
Collection of Huron Songs (Picard, before 1838)
Collections of Prayers and Canticles (Algonquin, 1898)
Religious Chant in Montagnais (Durocher? 1847)
Book of Prayers in Saulteaux (Lacombe, 1880)
Indian Good Book (Vetromile 1856)
The Indian Masses
The Holy See
Alaskan Orthodox Texts & Music
Life of Catherine Tekakwitha (Cholenec, in Iroquois)
Catherine Tekakouita (Cholenec, in Algonquin)
La vie de la b. Catherine Tegakoèuita, dite à présent la Saincte Sauuagesse (Chauchetiere, in French)
New Indian Sketches, with the life of Louise Sighouin (De Smet, in English)
NCPR Meet the Masters: Mohawk Choir of St. Regis
Beautiful Beyond: Christian Songs in Native Languages
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