The Church in Eastern Washington has shown itself to be faithful, flexible, and generous.
On the feast of St. Francis, Oct. 4, the Vatican release plans for helping families, communities, and institutions.
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We may morally receive the currently available COVID-19 vaccines.
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Pope Francis focuses on many of the issues that serve to fracture our relationships with each other and with society.
Following in the footsteps of Jesus, it is the lifelong responsibility for Catholics “to do good and oppose evil,” including in election choices.
Since the tragic death of George Floyd at the hands of a law enforcement officer, our country has been roiled by protest, anger, and unrest.
Peace be with you. During the momentous events of these past months, I have prayed for you each day.
As the diocese continues to examine the future of the pastoral landscape in Eastern Washington, and the realities of the priest personnel available to serve in our parishes, difficult decisions may need to be made.
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.
Prayer can often feel intimidating or impersonal. But no matter what form of prayer you use, it is a way to build your relationship with the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Particular forms of prayer (Lectio Divina, the Rosary, simple conversation, eucharis