On June 26, the Community of St. Anthony gathered with Bishop Daly for a special event: the blessing of the historic rectory.
I heard that the pope wrote a document on youth recently. What are the main takeaways?
Even in middle school, Father Al Grasher was interested in the priesthood, but his path to ordination in 1986 took him first to Omak to serve as a teacher.
This June, 25 men from throughout the Pacific Northwest gathered in Walla Walla for the second annual Catholic Men’s Motorcycle Ride.
Boarding a bus at 5:30 in the morning is not normally enjoyable, yet, as I set foot on the prayer pilgrimage bus, or motor coach as our driver called it, the air seems to pulse with a subtle excitement.
The Christian life is at its root a response to God’s work. In the beginning, God created us; He loved us into existence.
One thing I have learned from many years at St. Thomas More Catholic School is that we are never standing still.
St. Augustine Parish on Spokane’s South Hill is home to a series of statues depicting the Seven Sorrows of Mary.
Earlier this month, Catholic Charities’ Give & Receive Volunteer Retirement Club served a meal at the House of Charity.
What do a giant beach ball, garden flowers, s’mores, upholstery fabric and a five-gallon milk refrigerator have in common?
Anyone associated with Rev. Victor Breznikar (1915-1998) recognizes his iconic epithet and knows how it concludes.
Nazareth Guild Awards Catholic School Eighth-graders with scholarships to Gonzaga Preparatory, DeSales High school and Tri-Cities Prep
“Insecurities, popularity, fitting in are just a few of the many challenges a new high school student faces each year. However, there is one approach to ease these concerns.
Sister Teresa (Malbri) Reyes, Sister Anna Rose Ciarrone and Sister Mary Gemma (Katherine) Harris professed perpetual vows of chastity, poverty and obedience as members of the Franciscan Sisters, T.O.R. of Penance of the Sorrowful Mother on July 6.
At the end of June, we were incredibly blessed with the installation of our donor wall and local artist Ben Joyce’s original artwork!
Throughout the 20th century — the greatest period of martyrdom in history — persecuted Christians used the dross of this world to make religious artifacts.
Responding to a need for early childhood education, Sister Immaculata and Sister Marie started Our Lady of the Highway Preschool near Novillero, Guatemala, in 2002.
Whether they attend public school, private school, Catholic school, or home school, they need to be prepared to respectfully and clearly face the ideological challenges of gender ideology and gender confusion.
In the life of the Church, there is a strong connection between evangelization and stewardship.