SEATTLE – The staff of Northwest Catholic received seven Catholic Press Awards, including three first-place honors, during the 2020 Catholic Media Conference. The awards were announced July 2.
SEATTLE – The remodel that reimagined St. Anne Church and inspires its congregation has won an international Religious Art & Architecture award for local architect Stephen Lee.
BELLINGHAM – Local Catholics are writing to elected officials and newspapers, advocating for those in need around the world through a new initiative of Catholic Relief Services.
According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, mental illness impacts 1 in 5 Americans, indicating that this is a widespread issue that affects all communities. One in 25 adults in America live with a serious mental illness, such as bipolar disorder or schizophrenia. Depression is the leading cause of disability worldwide. Suicide is the...
In early March, I went to Sam’s Club to stock up for the coming shelter-in-place order. On a whim, I put yeast and a large bag of flour into my cart. Having never baked bread before, it was the definition of a random purchase. Something in me thought bread may be hard to come by, so I wanted the ingredients…
For the past seven years, I have walked the nighttime streets, alleys, parks and “jungles” of Seattle with the Operation Nightwatch ministry team. I’ve probably met well over 1,000 of our brothers and sisters experiencing homelessness, and I am privileged to call many of them friends.
Learn how to pray the Litany of the Sacred Heart of Jesus
Stewardship is inseparable from discipleship, so our efforts to live as stewards must be firmly rooted in Christ. When you wake up each day, dedicate all your thoughts, words and actions to the Lord, and ask Jesus to guide and bless your stewardship. Here are some other ways to make stewardship a way of life.