From the Editor: When you speak, we listen

A lot happened  around the Archdiocese of Seattle last year: Water damage forced students at Aberdeen’s St. Mary School to finish the year in rented space; sisters from the congregation of St. Faustina Kowalska visited local parishes for Jubilee of Mercy events; an arm relic of the apostle St. Jude visited St. Michael Parish in Snohomish; a sea ice platform for polar bears designed by third-graders at Seattle’s St. Joseph School won a national award; and Archbishop J. Peter Sartain ordained four new priests for the archdiocese in June.

From the Editor: Loving like cats and dogs

A friend recently reminded me that the deepest divide among people is not liberal and conservative, but the chasm between dog people and cat people. The affection people hold for pets and animals is visceral.

From the Editor: Nurture faith at home

It’s doubtful that, when Jesus left home for his encounter with the Baptist at the Jordan River, his mother stood in the doorway reminding him he had a perfectly good job as a carpenter in Nazareth.

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