No one exists in isolation. Our very existence necessarily means that we are in ...
Remember the souls of these departed bishops, priests, and deacons.
How do we respond to God’s invitations, gifts and corrections?
I want to offer some concrete suggestions of how to grow in prayer and unity.
Her short life overflowed with a devotion to the Trinity.
What will Thanksgiving mean this year, in the face of so many challenges and so much loss?
Este año de pandemia y de polarización han tensado a nuestra nación y a nuestra ...
There is good news to share: Immaculate Heart Retreat Center is up and running, not because the Covid-19 pandemic has become history, but, ironically, because of its continuing grip on our community.
When I was doing full-time parish ministry, one of my favorite activities was performing baptisms.
Conversations with Father Robert Imbelli have been a great blessing in recent years.
Pete Burak reminds us even in a pandemic, we can still pray.
From a noble, 12th century Bavarian family, St. Hedwig used her influence to promote peace.
Lessons on having the same mind, love, heart and thought as Christ.
Each evening clergy and religious, as well as many laypeople, pray Mary’s words; “my soul proclaims the greatness of the Lord...”
Thinking out loud about a return to “Sunday normal”
I find that I am so concerned with making sure that I am doing what I am “supposed to be doing” that I rarely have a moment to rest.
The same Jesus Christ who offered himself on Calvary now offers his body and blood on the altar.
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, On the Solemnity of Corpus Christi on June 11, 2020, I declared a Eucharistic Year throughout the Diocese of Spokane that will conclude on the same feast on June 3, 2021.
Considered the most learned of the Church Fathers, Saint Jerome is a doctor of the Church.
As I write to you this July, the events of the last five months seem to loom over all we do.
Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati has been described as an ordinary young man with an extraordinary faith.
I think that I am terrible at evangelization.
Confirmation – much more than a certificate of completion.
In his Life of St. Augustine, the fifth-century bishop Possidius tells us that the greatest of the Latin doctors of the Church, knowing that his earthly end was near, had four penitential psalms copied and hung on the walls of his room.