“Pues no me avergüenzo del Evangelio, que es fuerza de Dios para la salvación de todo el que cree.” (Romanos 1, 16)
An influential teacher and distinguished theologian, Blessed John Henry Newman remains as insightful and relevant today as he was during his own lifetime.
The catechism defines blasphemy as “directly opposed to the second commandment.
This month, Catholic Charities Eastern Washington and Morning Star Boys’ Ranch will host their annual Caring for Kids event at the historic Davenport Hotel.
If you have been around the Catholic Church long enough, you probably have had the opportunity to be at Mass when the topic of stewardship comes up.
In the month of october, we traditionally honor Mary, and no devotion is as popular as the rosary.
The original Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Springdale was a wood-frame building, painted white, similar to St. Mary of the Rosary Parish in Chewelah and St. Joseph’s at Jump Off Joe.
A contingent of high school youths from the diocese attended Apologhetti, a Catholic apologetics youth camp held annually in southern Idaho.
One evening around this time last year, our doorbell rang.
During the summer months, most of you — parishioners in our diocese — found a letter from Chris and Liz Smith in the mail asking you to support a new ministry: Catholic Grandparents for Life.
The annual diocesan Fall Assembly helps the Catholic school teachers and catechists of the diocese be invigorated in the faith as they set out to light the same fire of faith in the children of our diocese.
In late June, I visited the concentration camp at Dachau, located in a wooded suburb a few miles from downtown Munich.
Bishop Thomas Daly has appointed Father Kyle Ratuiste, parochial vicar of Our Lady of Lourdes Cathedral, as the next director of vocations for the Diocese of Spokane.
Dr. Matthew Powell, the first headmaster for a soon-to-open classical Catholic high school in Spokane, is a Notre Dame man from start to finish.
This past Lent, parishioners of St. Francis Xavier and St. Patrick Catholic Parishes, under the guidance of Father David Gaines, wished to donate their parishes Lenten almsgiving collections to a local nonprofit charity, the Anna Schindler Foundation (ASF
In this third installment of reflections on priests who have influenced my life, I cannot overlook Msgr. Hugo Pautler, who flourished from 1932 to 1988.
The Women’s March may seem like an odd starting place for an article about a pro-life ministry.