Megan Harrington noticed that something was off. A group of her women friends were single and hadn’t been on dates for a long time.
SEATTLE – At age 100, and after three-quarters of a century in religious life, Providence Sister Rita Ferschweiler is still helping others.
EVERETT – Five dozen teens and adults used pedal power and took turns carrying a wooden cross on their backs to experience the Stations of the Cross at parishes around Snohomish County.
I grew up Catholic without ever hearing about the Divine Mercy devotion, which the church celebrates annually on the Sunday after Easter. Even after I had learned about it, I didn’t understand it. A few sisters in my community placed great confidence in the Divine Mercy image and chaplet, but it never really appealed to...
Writing in the first person is always a risk, but the subject matter of this column is best done, I feel, through personal testimony. In a world where chastity and celibacy are seen as naive and to be pitied and where there’s a general skepticism that anyone is actually living them out, personal testimony is perhaps the most effective protest.
Erica Tighe was 26 when she made the leap: She would set out on her own to be a calligrapher. Full time. In order to pay her $800 rent and cellphone bill and $1,000 college-loan payment and also hopefully afford some food.
A shared meal to strengthen you on your Lenten journey
The date of our baptism is a special feast day to remember