A year after leaving Mississippi

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A year after leaving Mississippi, Bishop Latour and Father Vaillant rode in a wagon train into Santa  Fe, but the parishioners would not accept the new bishop without confirmation from the Bishop of  Durango, prompting Latour to make the journey to Durango. Father Latour is now returning from the  nearly 3,000-mile round-trip to Mexico, upon which he gets lost. Believing himself to be hopelessly lost, Latour closes his eyes. When he reopens them, he sees a  juniper in the form of the cross. He kneels at the base of the juniper to make his devotions and rises  refreshed. Following his devotions, Latour's horses smell water. He follows them for an hour until they lead him  to a stream. Latour is greeted by a young woman at the stream who cannot believe that a priest has  actually come to her village. Latour has endured many hardships to assume his new appointment. Once there, he has to endure 
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This note was uploaded on 12/09/2011 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at University of Houston.

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