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October 19, 2012 7:12 PM

For church, St. Kateri canonization is recognition of long-troubled relationship with Native peoples

The Roman Catholic Church, whose missions to convert the natives of North America to Christianity go back nearly four centuries, opens a new chapter in its relations with the indigenous peoples of the continent Sunday when it canonizes a 17th century Mohawk Indian as the first Native American saint.

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