The new icons that watch over the baptismal font at St. Peter’s parish have a long history.
Like a sour lemon, the beauty is in our life, it just needs to be noticed and nurtured.
Journey toward celebrating Easter with our brothers and sisters around the world with the CRS Rice Bowl.
This is a great question, and I would like to look at it in two parts.
For Easter, we Catholics sure do a lot of preparing. What happens when the day finally passes?
For many, this was challenging, due to changes brought on by COVID-19.
Has a day gone by that the pandemic hasn’t affected your mind, mood, and behavior?
We are joyful because we are hopeful. Our hope is not based on fantasy or “wishing,” but on what God has already done for us through the Easter story.
The 10th Annual Lourdes Novena for Healing comes to a time and world in need of healing.
It is very difficult for anyone to hear the voice of God in the noise of this world.
Ask yourself these questions to help find the the sweet spot between doing too much, and too little, at work.
For a man who grew up on a farm with no running water or electricity, lost his father at age 8, and served in two theaters in World War II, Pat has the pleasant disposition of a man who knows himself and is glad to be here.
Thank you to all in the Spokane diocese who support the medical mission!
Sharing time, talents and love positively impacts us and our grandchildren.
Losing a job can rank among the worst experiences of life. How to deal with it as a couple.
We may morally receive the currently available COVID-19 vaccines.
This Dominican Friar tirelessly pursued reforms when corruption, heresy, immorality and invasion threatened the Church.
Everyone looks forward to the Christmas season, but at St. Genevieve Parish in Twisp, the parishioners always anticipate another special day: the birthday of a “favorite” member, Mary Bean.
Even from the torture of the cross, Jesus practiced the word he taught.
Take a peek behind the scenes of prominent figures and events in the New Testament.
In his essay, “The Riddle of the Ivy,” G.K. Chesterton describes himself preparing for a trip.