Life after death had spatial implications that puzzled Winona, one of the Ojibwe interviewees in The Right to Home: “Some Indians believe that after death, you can’t go where the Indians go if you are baptized. Like my husband, he is Catholic…These ideas separate the Indians” (p.201). Many Indians practice Catholicism but also Midewin, a spiritual belief system that is common among the Ojibwe. The Church of Gichitwaa Kateri is part of the Catholic Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis and serves primarily the Ojibwe community, creating an environment where religious needs and tribal traditions can be met. The church assists people seeking sobriety, supplies necessities for the homeless, helps grandparents care for grandchildren, holds drum and dance gatherings, as well as assists families at the time of death through care in grieving and transporting bodies to reservations for burial.