SEATTLE – For more than three decades, St. Martin de Porres Shelter in Seattle has offered homeless men a warm place to sleep and a measure of dignity.
BELLINGHAM - Trisha Claret thinks her school’s Thanksgiving food drive is right up the pope’s alley.
SEATTLE – Customers at St. Vincent de Paul’s thrift store on Aurora Avenue now have the opportunity to receive health care and social service referrals, all in one stop.
My great mentor Msgr. Robert Sokolowski told a class of eager philosophy students many years ago that we should read Aristotle's “Nichomachean Ethics” every year of our lives. As we grew older, he explained, new dimensions of the book would continually present themselves. I can't say that I've followed Sokolowski's advice perfectly, but I have indeed returned often to Aristotle's…
The inability of parties to America’s culture war to communicate meaningfully with one another on issues like abortion, same-sex marriage and assisted suicide is a disturbing fact of national life today. One observer remarks that the two sides seem to be living in “different moral universes.”
CHICAGO - The life of Father Augustus Tolton already reads like a novel, but now it is illustrated in full color in a new graphic book produced in partnership with Liturgy Training Publications in Chicago and Editions du Signe in France.
The Hispanic community draws crowds to honor the Virgin and St. Juan Diego
The church sets aside this time to honor holy souls, so prepare a meal and remember