Students serve Whatcom County’s farmworker families with Agape love
Take the 'Civilize It' pledge for a more respectful election season
Trust in God helps couple marry during pandemic’s early days
Masks for priests are among new protocols for Masses in the archdiocese
Golf on a course or at home to support local seminarians

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Students serve Whatcom County’s farmworker families with Agape love

BELLINGHAM – Last summer, Western Washington University students Kendra Baker and Juan Balmedina helped youth from around the archdiocese learn about Catholic social teaching as they served migrant farmworker families in Whatcom County.

Voices

A habit to break: ‘Doomscrolling’

A June 25 WIRED magazine article described a new and dangerous habit that has become part of popular technology practices. “Doomscrolling” refers to the pattern of scrolling through social media in the midst of a pandemic and social unrest and being flooded with morbid messages that elicit an almost physical discomfort.

Brett Robinson, Catholic News Service

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Take the 'Civilize It' pledge

Take the "Civilize It" pledge for a more respectful election season.