When you are having serious problems in your marriage, you’ve lost your best friend.
The priests of the diocese gathered for their annual retreat and working conference Sept. 10-12 in Sandpoint, Idaho.
Ever heard of the 1984 movie Mass Appeal? My guess is you haven’t seen it.
Guardian Angel–St. Boniface School (GASB) in Colton, Washington, received a generous donation to construct a beautiful new playground on its campus.
I have childhood memories of seeing my dad at the kitchen table on Sunday morning writing a check, placing it in the parish envelope, and bringing it with us to Mass.
I would like to share with you some recent news about the Office of Vocations and to introduce myself as the new director of vocations.
Xanthe Kraft, a local composer and graduate of Gonzaga Preparatory School, spent time earlier this year as an artist-in-residence at St. Gertrude Benedictine Monastery in Cottonwood, Idaho.
On Sept. 30, the priests of the diocese gathered to celebrate five of their own celebrating significant milestones in their priestly ministry.
I have family members who are Catholic, but they openly do not live as Catholics. I don’t know how to offer them correction.
On Sept. 18, 2019, the Tri-parish community of Walla Walla gathered for the sixth annual Blue Mass held at St. Patrick's Parish here in Walla Walla.
November is the month the Church remembers the dead. Throughout November, we visit cemeteries to honor our family members who have preceded us in death and we pray for the souls in purgatory.
The psalmist wrote, “Give thanks to the Lord, for He is good, His mercy endures forever.” (Ps 118:1)
The eminent sociologist Peter Rossi was a world-class punster whose scholarly accomplishments fed a sometimes-whimsical view of the human condition — in which, Rossi memorably observed, “there are many ironies in the fire.”
He prayed for his wife and came to believe that she was with God. He hopes to join her someday.
Embark means to begin something, often a course of action, especially one that is important or demanding.
In November, the Church commemorates the faithful departed, our beloved brothers and sisters who have died in the hope of the Resurrection.