PHILADELPHIA – Drawn by a desire to build up the family and a longing to be near Pope Francis, pilgrims from Western Washington traveled to Philadelphia this week to attend the Eighth World Meeting of Families.
EVERETT - While other students returned to classrooms around the archdiocese this month, Jack Webb has been busy learning at home — on the couch, at the kitchen table, outside or even at his desk.
KENT – It took 135 years, but a statue of St. Patrick finally stands watch over the hillside cemetery that bears his name.
Let’s begin by recognizing that the case of the Kentucky county clerk who refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples because same-sex marriage conflicts with her religious faith raises questions that both sides in this argument need to take seriously.
PHILADELPHIA - Pope Francis speaks often about memory and motion, the importance of remembering where you came from and setting off without fear to share the Gospel.
It was revealed this week that, for the first time in its history, Harvard University, which had been founded for religious purposes and named for a minister of the Gospel, has admitted a freshman class in which atheists and agnostics outnumber professed Christians and Jews. Also this week, the House and the Senate of California passed a provision that allows…
With fair-trade chocolate chips, you’ll like them even more
Serve Coquilles St. Jacques and contemplate the patron saint of our archdiocese