Faith leaders urge U.S. government to uphold religious liberty

WASHINGTON – More than 140 religious leaders, including the chairmen of three U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ committees, called on President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence and congressional leaders to uphold principles of religious freedom following a series of attacks on people of faith, clergy and houses of worship.

From conflict to communion

We are just a month away from the fall season in which the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation will be commemorated on Oct. 31. Each earlier centenary commemoration has been shaped by church and political agendas that reflected the cultural and political context of the time.

Day center welcomes homeless families on the Eastside

KIRKLAND – Two homeless families — one with three adults and five children, the other a dad and his child — were already waiting when the New Bethlehem Project Day Center opened its doors for the first time Nov. 6.

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