You know what’s nuts?
St. Kateri Tekakwitha was only Catholic for four years. She was baptized when she was 20 and died when she was 24.
those four years, she was amazing enough to be declared a saint: she
took care of the poor and sick, avoided persecution from her Mohawk
family, and had a crazy intense love for the Eucharist. She was a young,
unmarried, lay woman, just like many of us here.
Dang. I’ve got some work to do.