- Jun 14, 2021
Jesuit leaders say no priest credibly accused of sexually abusing a minor will ever be sent to Gonzaga University after a report this week that at least 20 clergy members facing sexual abuse allegations were allowed to live out their lives at the campus in Washington state.
The Catholic bishops of Washington state endorsed a ballot initiative that would boost gun safety measures and restrict the purchase and ownership of firearms.
The Catholic bishops of Washington state Oct. 11 applauded the unanimous decision of the state Supreme Court striking down the death penalty as unconstitutional.
All seminarians from the Diocese of Yakima are required to spend their summers working in the fields. It’s part of their formation to work alongside the migrant laborers, to understand their plight, as well as their language, and to bring the faith to the people where they live and work.
Kicking off the vigil Mass for the March for Life, Cardinal Timothy Dolan says pro-life activists share the same cause as civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr.
Pope Francis sent his official blessings for the opening of the Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C. on Friday. The museum is the newest to open in the nation’s capital and promotes greater awareness of the Bible for people of faith and no faith alike.
Christopher Kerr, executive director of the Ignatian Solidarity Network that oversees the conference and Teach-In for Justice held in Washington in early November, said over the years, the goal of the teach-in has been to make it relevant to the realities of what’s happening here and now.
The display of rosaries at the Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center in Washington state was the life’s work of the late Donald A. Brown of North Bonneville, who was a founder of the Skamania County Historical Society. Born April 27, 1895, in Tualatin, Oregon, he died in a traffic accident Dec. 14, 1975, at age 80.