FOCUS’ local and national leadership look to adapt their model to support parish ministry.
“We know an event provides an incredible catalyst to fan the flame of faith.”
On Oct. 10, Pope Francis opened the worldwide synodal process that will culminate in 2023.
Bishop Thomas Daly and the staff of the mostly Protestant Life Services Center gathered for a special occasion, the dedication of a new 3-D ultrasound.
The Built on Rock Campaign to remodel McGivney Hall, the new building that will house young men discerning the priesthood, has raised about one-third of the $3.6 million needed.
This September as students return to school throughout the diocese, some students will be facing a bigger return than others.
When Andrew Gogl first met a missionary from the Fellowship of Catholic University Students, he was not actively pursuing his Catholic faith.
A seismic change is coming to Catholic seminaries that will affect every diocese in the world—and the Diocese of Spokane is among the first to respond.
Most college students meet missionaries from the Fellowship of Catholic University Students at events on campus, like Bible studies or prayer groups.
Appel said his time in FOCUS has changed his own life goals.
Following this path was motivated by her faith, but FOCUS missionaries impacted her journey.
Bishop Thomas Daly ordained three new permanent deacons at St. Patrick’s Parish in Pasco just before Lent, increasing the parish’s ability to celebrate the sacraments and guide the faithful.
A harried commuter pushed ahead of you to get through the turnstile at the subway.
Sister Claudia Mary died in the early evening of January 18, 2021, at South Hill Village Memory Care in Spokane, Washington.
History has demonstrated that times of plague raise the specter of death in the hearts and minds of many of people.
On Sept. 30, Friar Thomas Fetz, OFM Conv., was ordained a deacon at the National St. Maximillian Kolbe Shrine at Marytown, in Libertyville, Illinois.
Any Catholic who has battled cancer, or has had loved ones battle cancer, will likely know a little about St. Peregrine, the patron of cancer patients.
The rank of monsignor was bestowed upon 2 diocesan priests who have made substantial contributions to the life of the local church.
On May 1, Bishop Thomas Daly, joined by the Seminarians at Bishop White Seminary and the Missionaries of Charity, lead the diocese via livestream through a renewal of the diocese’s, and nation’s, Marian Consecration.