To Lakota (Sioux) children at St. Joseph's, a dreamcatcher represents security and peace. According to Native American tradition, the dreamcatcher's web catches bad dreams and holds them until morning when they perish in the light of dawn.

The dreamcatcher's center hole allows good dreams to pass through to the sleeping person, especially children.

Because St. Joseph's Indian School is privately-supported by individuals around the country, you can be a dreamcatcher for Native American children in need!
Please support the Lakota children and St. Joseph's Indian School.

 

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