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    ‘Largest spiritual Indigenous gathering’ to return during Pope’s check out to Alberta

    LAC STE. ANNE, Alta. – Rev. Garry LaBoucane remembers heading to Wakamne — or God’s Lake — for the duration of the Lac Ste. Anne pilgrimage as a boy. “It was often a household custom,” the 74-12 months-previous reported in an job interview from Vancouver, exactly where he’s a Métis priest at Sacred Heart Parish. He remembers sleeping in a pup tent near the cemetery with his grandfather, attending Latin church products and services he didn’t have an understanding of and conference men and women from all walks of everyday living. “It was a social time, browsing with family members,” LaBoucane explained before the Vatican announced a pay a visit…