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?> Vol. IV. No. 9. KAMLOOPS WAWA.      September, 1895.
If any of the subscribers to the
"Wawa" fails to receive his paper in
due time, a simple reference to this
office will be followed by the posting
of the missing number. Owing to
mistakes in addressing, some of the
last month's papers have not reached
their destination.
. *,
Across the Mountains to William's
LaKe.
It was vacation time these last few
weeks, so we enjoyed our holiday in
our own way. It consisted of an excursion into the William's Lake district, in company with Chief Andrew,
of the North Thompson, and two dozen
of his people. Our party left Kamloops on June 28th, and reached Louis'
Creek the same evening. Next day
we arrived at the North Thompson
Indian Reserve, where the whole
band was assembled for Sunday. On
Monday, July 1st, we started on
horseback, and rode about ten miles
north to.a place called "Little Ford,"
, 60 miles north of "Kamloops. There
the whole afternoon was spent in
putting the horses across the river,
which was very high and swift, it
being the time of high water. We
camped for the night on the other
side of the Thompson, at Mr. Le-
mieux's place. We started off early
in the morning, and soon disappeared
in the woods. We climbed up the
mountains on the west side of the
North Thompson, and reached the
top before noon, having travelled
=only=a=dozen-milos.-fallen^timberualL,
along our way and steep climbing
making ii impossible to proceed otherwise than at a slow pace.
Before we came to the top of the
mountain we found a letter written
in shorthand, fastened to the branch
of a tree, bidding us good luck on our
trip, and requesting us to take advantage of a quarter of deer which
was suspended to another tree across
the narrow path. Those who had
come to the place before us took the
deer with them, but left the letter
where it was for the others to read.
All, to the last, read the letter, and
searched in vain for the meat. Other
letters were found every five or six
miles, diverting our journey by the
recital of our predecessors' luck , in
hunting or fishing. Some of those
letters were written on clean paper,
some on shreds of wrapping paper;
then, when paper failed, trees were
stripped of their bark or squared with
the axe, and the correspondence written on the tree. One of those letters
amused us so much as to make us
unaware of a marshy swamp we had
come to, until some of the pack-horses
began to sink into the mire.
In the afternoon the path became
more level, and better time was made
(about 25 miles), making our whole
day's ride some 35 miles. The scenery
around us is now different. We have
come upon beautiful lakes full of fish ;
the country all round is covered with
abundant grass; the mountains are
reduced to low hills, sparsely timbered, but thickly covered with pasture,
where the horses enjoyed themselves
immensely. At sunset our tents were
pitched in the middle of that beautiful
scenery, and next morning, a rustic
altar having been built by our young
men, the sacrifice of the Body and
Blood of Christ was offered for the
first time on these lonely hills.
That day, the 3rd of July, was a day
of hard riding for us, some 55 or 60
miles having been covered before the
evening. News was brought from
Kenim Lake that an Indian had died
there, and we had to make haste in
order to arrive in time for the funeral.
The country we travelled through
that day was similar to that described
above,—now through hills covered
with timber overshadowing rich pasture, now skirting a swamp or natural
meadow several hundred acres wide.
^-KenimXake^IndianJVillage,,,three
miles from the west end of Kenim
Lake, is situated in a lovely place,
well sheltered from wind on every
side. A band of 70 Indians lead there
a quiet life, between hunting, trapping, and cultivating the soil, which
readily yields up a bountiful harvest.
They are building a new church or
chapel, which will be second to none
in that upper country. It is after the
same plan as the one just now finished
at William's Lake.
After taking a two nights' rest at
Kenim Lake, and attending the funeral which had hastened our coming
to the place, we started on our journey
on the 5th of July, arriving next day
at St. Joseph's Mission, William's
Lake, where His Lordship Bishop
Durieu had already preceded us.
July 9th was the day appointed for
the opening of the exercises for the 130
EDITORIAL  NOTES.
natives  assembled   at  Sugar  Cane,
..four miles north of the Mission. They
1 began that evening by the welcome
,.to the Bishop, 800 Indians coming to
'.' kiss his ring and receive his blessing.
1 It was eight o'clock in the evening,
/and the night prayers,   with Bene-
'. diction, immediately followed.   Next
"morning, at five o'clock the bell rang,
, and before, six everybody assembled
in   a   temporary   oratory,   built   of
branches of fir and other evergreens.
After Mass, the Bishop gave them a
long  instruction.    At eight o'clock,
breakfast time until half-past nine,
when   everybody assembled  on  the
': same spot to receive hew advice, and
; instructions from His Lordship, and
then to attend to the lessons on Catechism   which  followed,   until   noon,
dinnertime.   At three o'clock the instructions  and  Catechism were  resumed, and   continued until supper
time, until six.   At eight in the even-
ving night prayers and Benediction,
followed by another instruction from
His Lordship. The same order of exer-
; cises was followed every day during
the meeting.     On Saturday evening,
. July 13th, two statues of the Blessed
Virgin and St. Joseph,  4 feet high,
..were blessed by the Bishop in front
,[jof the new church, after which ceremony every one present came to vene-
. rate the Blessed Virgin and St. Joseph.
Then began.a torchlight procession,
'which was the most interesting part
of the whole re-union.   Hundreds of
Chinese or Venetian  lanterns were
strung, amidst evergreens, in every
shape all along the alley in front of
the village houses.   One rustic altar,
nestled in thick fir foliage, and studded with blue, green and red lights,
—occupied—eaeh=end==of—the—village.-
Every Indian carried a lighted candle
in his hand, the statues being accompanied  besides  with  blue  and  red
Bengal flames,  which kept burning
during the whole course of the procession.  At each of the altars a pause
was made, and canticles sung in the
honour of the Blessed Virgin and St.
Joseph,   in   the  weird  light  of  the
Bengal fire. It was after ten o'clock
when the procession closed with the
Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament.   .'..■■'■_".
Next morning, Sunday, July 14th,
at ten o'clock, took place the blefesing
of the new church, which 'is a fine
building indeed, with its Gothic windows .9 feet high, and one circular
window at the end above the altar,
while another opposite to it lights the
gallery- The belfry attracts attention
for miles around. Everything is of
perfect finish, both outside and inside.
The altar, with its background in the
shape of a rainbow, and a painting of
the Madonna; lateral altars "of smaller size, where stand the two statues
blessed the previous night; altar rails
or communion table; a confessional
at one side of the entrance door, and
a piscine, with baptismal font, at the
other side'; — nothing is wanting to
make the new church complete in all
regards. After the blessing of the
church a High Mass was celebrated,
a choir of Indians singing their part
of responses at the Gloria, Credo,
Sanctus, Agnus Dei, etc.
In the evening of the same day the
Procession of the Blessed Sacrament
took place, which followed the same
course as the torchlight procession
the evening before.
On Monday morning about 75 people
received Holy Communion in the new
church. The exercises were carried
on that day in the same way as everyday of the preceding week, and early
next morning the concluding Mass
was celebrated by His Lordship, when
everybody was told that they could
make ready to start on their joiirney
home. A general shake hands then
—took=place,=and^e,verything^vvas_o_ver._
***
As it is desirable that in this volume
of the "Wawa" Bishop Durieu's Old
Testament be complete, it is necessary
hereafter to insert six pages of it in
' every issue of the paper ; therefore,
the Catechism questions, being crowded out of their usual place, have to
find space here.
MJU INDIAN
87. How did Jesus Christ institute
the Holy Eucharist?
At the Last Supper, Jesus Christ
took bread, blessed it, and yave it to
His Apostles, saying, " Take ye and
eat, This is my body ;" then He took
the Chalice in which He poured some
wine, blessed it, and gave it to His
Apostles, saying to them, "Take and
drink ye all of this, This is my blood.
Do this for a commemoration of me."
CATECHISM.
88. What happened when Jesus
Christ said, This is my body, This is
?ny blood?
When Jesus Christ said, This is my
body, the substance of the bread was
changed into the substance of his
body ; when He said, This is my blood,
the substance of the wine was changed
into the substance of His blood.
89. When Jesus Christ changed the
substance of bread and wine into the OUR   INDIAN   CATECHISM
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substance of His body and blood, did
the substance of bread and wine disappear ? ■        '
.When Jesus Christ changed the sub-'
stance of bread and. wine, into the substance of His body ,and blood, there
remained: only.the ^appearances, that
is the figure,. color.;and taste of bread
and wine.
; 90. When 'Jesust. Christ .broke what
He had changed into the..-substance of
His body, was:His body also broken ?
.Whe.nTJesus- Christ broke what He
had changed into the substance of His
body,<Hisi body, was ,not'- broken,: only
the appearances of bread were broken.
■ 91. i When. Jesus Christ changed the
bread into His body, was there only
His body under the appearances of
bread ?
When Jesus Christ changed the
bread into His body, Jesus Christ was
whole and- entire under the form of
bread-, His body, His blood, His soul
and His divinity. .
92. Why did Jesus Christ institute
the Holy Eucharist ?
Jesus Christ instituted the Holy
Eucharist to continue the sacrifice of
the Cross, where He atoned for our
sins, and to nourish our souls.
93. Where now is the substance
of bread and urine changed into the
substance of the body and blood of
Christ?
At Mass the priest changes the substance of bread and wine into the
substance of the body and blood of
Christ, through the power he received
from Christ.
94. Has Mass, then, a qrcat poxcer
-with-Qodr?—^ " ■ ~	
Yes, Mass is the most powerful'of
all prayers; at Mass we. duly adore
God, we duly thank. Him, we duly
satisfy for our sins, and we obtain
from God all graces and blessings.
95. Does Mciss help the souls in
Purgatory ?
Yes, Mass is very profitable to the
souls in Purgatory.
96. Why do you sciy Jesus Christ
instituted the Holy Mucharist to nourish our soids? '*     ■
Because Jesus Christ instituted the
Holy Eucharist to increase sanctifying grace and all virtues in our souls,
to lessen our evil inclinations, to unite
us with Himself. .".
97. Do all ivho make Holy Communion receive the same graces ?
Those only who receive Holy Communion  with  the   due   dispositions
receive those graces. Those who
make Holy. Communion without'the
due dispositions, 'do ■ niot receive
those graces, and commit .-a great
sacrilege.
.98.   How. shall we , prepare  to  receive Holy: Communion ?
'To  receive  Holy   Communion  we
v.must be • well prepared in soul and
body.
99. How shall.we prepare our soul?
By purifying our soul from all. sins
in a good confession, and. by-kindling
; in our hearts an ardent love for Jesus
Christ.
100. How shall we kindle in out
hearts an ardent love for Jesus
Christ ?
By acts of a lively faith, of firm
hope, and ardent love, by fervent contrition and firm . purpose to sin no
more, and by a burning desire to receive Jesus Christ in Holy Communion.
101. Hoio  shall   ice   prepare   our
body ?
We must abstain from midnight
from everything which is taken as
food or drink, we must have our body
clean and decently dressed, like persons who are invited to the presence
of a great king.
102. What should we do after Holy
Communion ?
After Holy Communion we should
solely think of Jesus Christ present
in our hearts. After Mass we should
not leave the church with the people
who did not receive ; we should re-
_m ain_some_time_to_entertain_ Jesus—
Christ.
103. How shall ice entertain Jesus
Christ after Holy Communion?
We must adore Him present in our
hearts; we must thank Him for all
His blessings; we must ask Him to
help us to persevere in His grace; we
must renew our resolution to resist all
temptations, and to avoid all occasions
of sin ; we must offer Him'-our heart,
body and soul, to be consecrated entirely to His service; then wc pray for
the living and the dead.
104. Is it good to desire to receive
Holy Communion 'when we cannot
actually receive it ?
Yes, it is very good to desire to receive Holy Communion when we cannot actually receive it. Jesus Christ
answers our desire by coming to us
and by pouring abundant graces in
our hearts. da-
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