Tacoma Kateri Circle

Tacoma Kateri Circle is a group whose purpose is to provide a safe and welcoming environment for Native Americans to practice and promote Native American spirituality and Saint Kateri Tekakwitha within the Catholic Church.

The Kateri Circle is an intertribal group with members from over a dozen Native American tribes located throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico. They conduct and participate in a variety of community activities, including the annual Kateri Feast Day Mass each July, healing masses, and traditional giveaways. The group also holds barbecues and provides Thanksgiving dinners for the local Tahoma Indian Center.


We celebrate the Native American Mass every Sunday at 1:30 pm at St. Leo’s with Fr. Patrick Twohy, S.J. Kateri Circle meetings are held after Mass on the first Sunday of each month.

Learn more at katericircle.com.

Native American Mass

Celebrated every Sunday
1:30 pm


Join the Kateri Circle on the first Sunday

each month after Mass.

Contact Us

Fr. Patrick Twohy, S.J.