St. Kateri Tekakwitha

Celebrate the "Lily of the Mohawks" with a St. Kateri Tekakwitha medal or Kateri Tekakwitha statue. She was born in 1657 in upstate New York. A St. Kateri medal honors her journey as she was exiled from her tribe due to the scars on her face and body from small pox, being orphaned, and converting to Catholicism. Dying at age 24, her scars disappeared revealing her extreme beauty. She is the patron saint of ecologist, loss of parents, people in exile, and Native Americans. Therefore, a Kateri Tekakwitha statue and a St. Kateri Tekakwitha medal are highly meaningful gifts for persons suffering from loss or to honor the gifts of Native Americans.

Choose a St. Kateri medal from our selection to gift for Confirmation, Communion or other special occasions. If you want to make a St. Kateri medal a special gift, take advantage of our personal engraving service offered for $9.95. This service includes up to 3 lines of engraving with up to 10 characters on each line (including spaces and punctuation). Select a medal and you will see where to add engraving to your order on the product page. St. Kateri Tekakwitha is a beacon of light very appropriate in modern times. Allow her gifts to inspire your life today.