A history of the archdiocese in 10 objects

The Archives of the Archdiocese of Seattle date back to the 1840s when our first bishop, A.M.A. Blanchet, and his vicar general, Father Jean-Baptiste Brouillet, began to set aside records documenting the building and administration of the church in this region. Since then, generations of archivists have faithfully preserved materials…

Serving farmworker families with Agape love

After two summers of helping migrant farmworker families in Whatcom County, Western Washington University students Kendra Baker and Juan Balmedina have grown in their faith through action and solidarity.

The miracle boy

Nearly 15 years later, Jake Finkbonner’s remarkable recovery from flesh-eating bacteria continues to strengthen people’s faith

‘To love is to give yourself away’: Q-and-A with Mirya Muñoz-Roach

Mirya Muñoz-Roach is the first woman executive director in the 100-year history of St. Vincent de Paul of Seattle-King County, which helps meet the urgent needs of our neighbors, including assistance with rent, utilities and food. She attended Catholic schools growing up in Puerto Rico and has served in lay…

Living our faith in a pandemic

On March 11, Seattle Archbishop Paul D. Etienne became the first bishop in the United States to suspend the public celebration of the Mass in response to the COVID-19 pandemic — an example that would eventually be followed by the rest of the country’s dioceses.

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