Finding a Way Home: Indian & Catholic Spiritual Paths of the Plateau Tribes download epub
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Patrick J. Twohy is a Jesuit priest who has lived and worked with Native Peoples of the Pacific Northwest for the past 35 years. This catechism by Patrick Twohy, .
Patrick J. achieves the apparently impossible - stating the Roman Catholic teachings about God in Christ while respecting the Native American ways of the Coastal Salish peoples. The book is no dry tome - it is radiant with the light of new understanding and fragrant as the fruit of prayer.
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Indian and Catholic spiritual paths of the Plateau Tribes. Published 1983 by University Press in Spokane, Wash. Catholic Church, Colville Indians, English, Prayer-books and devotions, Religion, Salishan Indians.
Finding a Way Home : Indian and Catholic Spiritual Paths of the Plateau Tribes. Often used and quoted as a source of inspiration and wisdom for people of all faiths, the book has had global recognition and distribution.
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Jesuit priest and author Patrick J. Twohy writes in Finding a Way Home: Indian and Catholic . Twohy is a Washingtonian of Irish ancestry who has worked among the Plateau and Coast Salish peoples for almost 40 years. In Colville he was given the name Kiyulgstk
Jesuit priest and author Patrick J. Twohy writes in Finding a Way Home: Indian and Catholic Spiritual Paths of the Plateau Tribes, that it wasn’t always this way: In the first day of their meeting, Indian, Blackrobe and White Man met with equal strength. They had the eyes and heart of respect for each other. They stood strongly in each other’s presence. In Colville he was given the name Kiyulgstk. His book, Finding a Way Home, first published in 1983, is in its fifth printing, the latest made possible by a grant from the Puyallup Tribe.
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Mythology & Folk Tales
Publisher: Patrick J. Twohy; Fifth Printing edition (June 1, 2009)
Pages: 296 pages