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  • Local Catholic News

    • February 8
      - Tim Meliah
      Walla Walla teens in need will find more help thanks to The Loft
      As Catholic Charities Walla Walla prepares to open The Loft, Walla Walla’s new teen shelter, they have hosted a number of events to celebrate the introduction of this needed resource into our community.  Depicted are images from the Grand Opening event and an Open House that included a blessing of the shelter from Father Matthew Nicks of St. Patrick’s Church. 
    • February 1
      - Mitchell Palmquist
      Consecration of New Altar at Cathedral
      One hundred and ten years to the day from the Consecration of the Church of our Lady of Lourdes by Bishop O’Dea of Seattle, a new marble Altar was consecrated by Bishop Daly. The current Cathedral building began its life as a parish church, its cornerstone laid in in 1903 and the church consecrated in 1908. The church was only later designated the Cathedral with the establishment of the Diocese of Spokane in 1913.
    • February 1
      - Mitchell Palmquist
      St. Ann's Parishioner commissioned as Maryknoll Lay Missioner
       On Dec. 9, Kylene Fremling, a former St. Ann’s (in East Central Spokane) parishioner, was commissioned in Maryknoll, New York as a Maryknoll Lay Missioner. In January she began her 3 year mission with Maryknoll serving in Cambodia. 
    • February 1
      - Staff Report
       Bishop Daly has appointed Deacon Kelly Stewart as the director of deacons for the diocese.
    • February 1
      - Catherine Brown Tkacz
      Honoring Father Hartin: Lecture on “Women in the Early Church”
       Father Patrick J. Hartin, a retired professor, and priest of the Diocese of Spokane, is being honored in February for his years of service to the diocese and to the Church’s intellectual life. A trio of free public lectures on “Mulier Fortis: Women Scholars on Women in the Early Church” will be given on Feb. 19-21, 2018, at the Barbieri Courtroom in the School of Law at Gonzaga University, each starting at 7 p.m.