KIRKLAND – Two Eastside parishes and Catholic Community Services of Western Washington are joining with other faith communities to open a day center for families experiencing homelessness.
TACOMA - Heart surgery hasn’t stopped 80-year-old Jesuit Father Pete Henriot from raising money to pay for construction of a school in Malawi, a poor country in southern Africa.
KIRKLAND – It was August of 1992, and it was hot in Tijuana. But the 100-degree weather didn’t deter the inaugural group from St. John Vianney Parish in Kirkland that traveled to Mexico to build concrete-block houses with the group Esperanza International.
In May I was asked to offer a spiritual reflection at the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast. I used my moment in the spotlight to share three pieces of advice that helped carry me through the weeks surrounding our appearance at the U.S. Supreme Court: Dare to be of good cheer. See Christ in each person...
Speaking at a memorial service for the five Dallas police officers killed by a gunman in retaliation for police shootings of blacks, President Obama rightly stressed the need for Americans to come together around shared values arising from “a common humanity and a shared dignity.”
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VATICAN CITY - Today's lush and immaculately manicured Vatican Gardens were once just a sprawl of mosquito-infested swamps, clay hillsides and hardy grape vines.
VATICAN CITY - Retired Pope Benedict XVI has given another interview to the journalist and author Peter Seewald, and a German publisher announced it would be released worldwide Sept. 9.
Grow closer to God during this long run of weeks leading to Advent