St. Charles Catholic School in northwest Spokane adds its name to a growing list of Catholic Schools across the country that seek to find a renewal through an embrace of a classical liberal arts educational model.
This event at IHRC is designed to show how our foundation investment advisers strive to strike a balance between preservation of principal and fund growth.
Spokane director of catholic schools Katie Rieckers offers encouragement to parents and students at home
The Catholic Schools within the Diocese of Spokane continue their dedication to educating and forming students and families during this health crisis.
As I write to you in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, I am struck by my original topic for this month’s column: the importance of the sacraments to our growth as disciples of Christ.
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.
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.
I am retreating to late February, just before coronavirus became the nation’s dominant concern.
Carrie Anderson, a cathedral parishioner, submitted a reflection on her own experience with coronavirus.
Masses have been canceled. How are we supposed to survive as Catholics, much less continue to grow and raise our families in the faith?
Easter 2020 will be memorable for many Catholics—our first Easter without even the option of Easter Mass.
Driving up to the Newman Center at Eastern Washington University (EWU) on a Wednesday night, you would not know it from any other house near campus in Cheney.
As Yale University’s Carlos Eire masterfully demonstrated in Reformations: The Early Modern World, 1450-1650, there was no one “Protestant Reformation” but rather several religious movements, often in disagreement with each other, that shattered Western C