Saint Martin’s to present 11th annual Sacred Music Concert

LACEY The Saint Martin's University Chorale will perform two free public programs of sacred music, poetry and readings Saturday, Oct. 19, and Sunday, Oct. 20. The annual performances, which celebrate All Saints' Day and the feast of St. Martin of Tours, the University's patron saint, will take place at Saint…

Speaker uses science to prove God exists

"Science, God and Creation" presentation comes to St. Mary of the Valley Oct. 15 MONROEBy John Wolcott Some claim that modern science has found no evidence of a creator, but Karlo Broussard says he uses commonly ignored scientific evidence to prove God does exist.

Archbishop Emeritus Brunett recovering from stroke

Physical therapy continues for the retired archbishop, who is making progress SEATTLE Archbishop Emeritus Alexander J. Brunett is recovering at his residence following a Sept. 12 stroke that sent him to the hospital.

Government shutdown doesn't spoil students' D.C. trip

EVERETTBy Jean Parietti Eighth-graders at St. Mary Magdalen School saw plenty of sights in and around the nation's capital, despite the partial government shutdown that started just before their class trip began.

At St. Michael Parish, language breaks barriers

Ministry builds community while teaching parishioners English skills SNOHOMISHBy Armando Machado Patricia Franklin-Therrell didn’t like the growing divide she saw in her parish as more Latinos arrived to practice their faith. But she had a vision for St. Michael Parish — a ministry where Spanish-speaking parishioners could learn English from…

Frassati Conference to feature nationally known speakers

BREMERTON Archbishop J. Peter Sartain will give a keynote address and celebrate Mass at a one-day conference to help Catholics grow spiritually through their specific vocations. The Frassati Conference, which has tracks for singles, married couples and parents, will occur on Saturday, Oct. 19, at Our Lady Star of the…

Diversity of pro-life issues to be showcased at 'Life is Sacred'

Gathering at St. Mary Magdalen Parish focuses on issues that ‘drain and chip away at our sanctity of life’ EVERETTBY ANNA WEAVER Marriage and family issues, abortion, bioethics, secularism and human trafficking are among the array of pro-life issues being spotlighted at an all-day gathering Oct. 19.

Workshop to look at sex trafficking

Screening of Seattle sex trafficking documentary LAKEWOOD The Seattle Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Women, in partnership with Shared Hope and Rescue:Freedom, is offering a workshop, "BEYOND AWARENESS: Combating Human Trafficking in Washington," on Friday, Oct. 11, from 2-5 p.m. at the Holiday Inn Express South Tacoma, 11751 Pacific Highway S.W.