The Indigenous elder hoping for an apology from the pope!

Alberta, Canada Thumbing thru a binder of pix and mementos collected for the duration of the course of his lifetime, Dr Wilton Littlechild stops to trace the strains of a pencil drawing together with his finger. It is a caricature of Pope Pius XII that he drew nearly 60 years ago whilst he attended a residential faculty. The seventy seven-12 months-antique wonders aloud why he might have chosen to draw the pope while he turned into in 12th grade. This is part of the journey, he reflects. Now, it’s sort of coming together. Littlechild is in his home in the Ermineskin Cree Nation in Maskwacis, critical Alberta, however he is making ready to journey to Rome as a part of a delegation of First Nations, Inuit and Metis residential school survivors who will meet with Pope Francis. Read More