Religious Studies and Theology, Vol 37, No 2 (2018)

Reconciliation: A Priest’s Path Alongside Indigenous Spirituality

Rochelle Ledoux Molgat
Issued Date: 4 Dec 2018


Returning to Spirit Indigenous Youth Advocate Rochelle Ledoux Molgat recently sat down with Certified Trainer Francois Paradis for a conversation. They discussed how he reconciled being a Catholic priest with Indigenous Spirituality during a time in Canada’s history when the truth of the residential school system was beginning to unfold, how he finds inspiration in Indigenous Spirituality, and why he connects so deeply with it.

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DOI: 10.1558/rsth.37604


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