Remember the souls of these departed bishops, priests, and deacons.
We are all as thirsty for human connection, as we are for water. The Church meets this need in part through PREPARES.
The schools within the Diocese of Spokane have instituted on-campus learning for various grade levels since the beginning of the school year
Life is always a battle in Basin City. PREPARES and Catholic Charities Eastern Washington are glad to help its residents keep fighting.
His Holiness Pope Francis has recognized the priestly service of two priests of the diocese.
A van was not their only need, but it was the largest, and they came to PREPARES for help.
5, 4, 3, 2, 1, we have liftoff!
Thank you to the following retiring priests for their years of dedication and service to Christ and his Church.
God, our heavenly Father, embraced another good and faithful priest-servant with eternal life the evening of Friday, July 3.
PREPARES changes lives, not only for the families it serves, but also for the volunteers who serve.
As churches closed in Spokane, Catholics felt the strangeness of not being able to attend Mass.
On June 16, Bishop Thomas Daly celebrated the chrism Mass with a small congregation and only a few priests, all seated six feet apart.
Burying the dead is one of the traditional works of mercy the Church encourages.
In 1998, Lucille Lieb created the Frank, Anna, Madeleine, and Lucille Lieb Memorial Endowment honoring her family and recognizing the generous support they gave to the poor and marginalized people of the Spokane community.
As part of a grant from the Catholic Campaign for Human Development, the PREPARES ministry of central Washington is lending a hand in the Spokane Diocese.
Easter 2020 will be memorable for many Catholics—our first Easter without even the option of Easter Mass.
Carrie Anderson, a cathedral parishioner, submitted a reflection on her own experience with coronavirus.
In March, I had the privilege of being interviewed for a weekly “Vocations Focus” segment on Salt and Light Catholic Radio out of Boise, Idaho.
The bishops of Washington state have issued a pastoral letter urging Catholics to practice civility in their political life called Love One Another: Practicing Civility for the Common Good.
Bishop Thomas Daly gathered with the other bishops of Region XII of the U.S. (which includes Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, and Alaska) to participate in the Ad Limina Apostolorum visit to Rome.
When visiting communities across the diocese, I have said that one of my goals is to foster a culture in which every young person can ask the most important question of their lives: “God, how have you made me to give myself away in love?”
Archbishop Emeritus Alex Brunett served for 13 years as the ordinary in Seattle.
During Lent, we are often in such a hurry to plan and celebrate Easter that we forget that the Lenten season is a time of reflection.
As spring draws near, Catholic Charities Eastern Washington joins the rest of the Spokane region in cheering for Gonzaga University’s annual NCAA tournament run.