The Common Good
August 2012

VIDEO: But You Know the Way for Me

by Elaina Ramsey | August 2012

A Taizé song in Lakota.

In the August 2012 article "Come Together and Listen," Rev. Canon Robert Two Bulls writes about the connection between the Lakota Sioux tribe and the brothers of Taizé, France. The Lakota language is now among those that have filled Taizé's chapel with prayer. Check out this video of Taizé music sung in the Lakota language, combined with stunning photography by Walter M. Wayman of the Lakota people and Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota.

Elaina Ramsey is assistant editor of Sojourners.

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