Our All Saints’ Day Celebration was a supremely saintly success!
“Originally, Central Valley School District contacted the Knights of Columbus Supreme office in New Haven, Connecticut, saying they needed coats for kids,” said Tom Sokal, the District Deputy for the KoC Council in Spokane Valley and Colbert.
Joanne Platt Cipolla died in the summer of 2018, leaving a legacy of service in her parish and our diocese.
On Nov. 6, 2019, Spokane seminarians Andy Kelly and Nicolas Castoldi reached key milestones in their journey of priestly formation.
Holy Family Catholic School in Clarkston, Washington, has joined the 100 Mile Club®.
On Nov. 21st, Catholic Charities Eastern Washington announced that the Bezos Day 1 Family Fund had selected Catholic Charities Eastern Washington to receive a $5 million grant to support its new Gonzaga Family Haven project.
If you are a member of a local parish, chances are you have already been of significant help to the poor in Guatemala, whether you realize it or not!
From Nov. 11-13, 2019, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops held its 2019 Fall General Assembly in Baltimore.
Tucked away on N. Evergreen Road in Spokane Valley is the Church of Saints Cyril and Methodius, which recently celebrated its 40th anniversary.
The Diocese of Spokane Catholic Youth Conference 2020 is scheduled for March 6-8.
Gabe Budd of Troop 202; Jack Bithel, Austin Bithel, Hunter Van Doren, and Matthew Van Doren, all of Troop 240 (pictured L-R above) were awarded the National Catholic Committee on Scouting’s Ad Altare Dei Medal by Bishop Thomas Daly at a Mass in Deer Park.
In October, Gonzaga University School of Law, along with Catholic Charities Eastern Washington, announced the launch of a new joint initiative—an immigration law clinic at the law school.
This year, on the first Monday of Ordinary Time, we hear the passage from the Gospel of Mark in which Jesus calls Andrew, Simon, James, and John to follow Him.
Weather reporting is getting much more scientific for students at St. Thomas More, as the school’s weather station is up and running, and students are busy gathering data.
The teachers in our Catholic schools have a desire to support their students, to walk with them in difficult times, and help them find success in and out of the classroom.
Catholic Charities’ fourth annual Faith Journeys trip brought together 41 pilgrims from across the diocese to follow in Jesus’ footsteps through the Holy Land.