SEATTLE – On June 8, members of Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish will join with their neighbors to run, walk, saunter, and even slog through mud on an obstacle course.
SHORELINE – At St. Luke School, fifth-graders are stewards of a new hydroponic tower, where lettuce they’re growing was recently harvested for the lunchroom salad bar.
TACOMA – On a dead-end street outside the Northwest Detention Center, an estimated 300 people attended a Mass marking the culmination of the Archdiocese of Seattle’s Walking and Witnessing pilgrimage to show solidarity with immigrant families.
We stand at a pivotal point in the great moral debate over abortion in our country — not because new arguments have emerged, but rather because laws so breathtaking in their barbarism have been passed, and a film so visceral in its presentation of the reality of abortion has found a wide audience. As John...
When Pope Francis talks about evangelization, his poster child may well be an immigrant in North Dakota.
This Lent I’ve been focusing on the seven sorrows of Mary, which span Jesus’ infancy through his death and burial. The scene that comes back to me over and over in prayer is that of Mary cradling her deceased Son on her lap — the image known as the pietà.
Dinner together as a family was a given growing up. It was a part of our daily routine, a time when our parents would check in with us and we would see one another. As an adult, I appreciate this routine as having been a foundation to my desire for, and expectations and practice of…
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