As the COVID-19 outbreak has confined many of us to our homes, we may need to find new ways to practice our faith on a smaller scale. Here are three stories of local Catholics from the Northwest Catholic archives to provide some inspiration.
As Holy Week nears during the COVID-19 outbreak, more than 125 parishes and missions around the Archdiocese of Seattle are helping their parishioners stay connected to their faith by livestreaming and/or recording Masses on their digital platforms.
SEATTLE – Archbishop Paul D. Etienne released a video April 1 to “touch base” with Catholics in Archdiocese of Seattle and to “let you know I’m thinking about you and praying for you, and kind of curious how everybody’s doing” after three weeks of “self-imposed quarantine” in response to the…
The coronavirus outbreak isn’t stopping Catholic Community Services of Western Washington from serving society’s most vulnerable — including the homeless, the elderly and those with mental health and substance abuse issues.
SEATTLE – Archbishop Paul D. Etienne released a letter to the people of the Archdiocese of Seattle March 24, offering prayers and encouragement during the COVID-19 pandemic and urging Catholics to follow Gov. Jay Inslee’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order to slow the spread of the coronavirus.