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Official Newspaper of the Diocese of Spokane

January 18, 2001

  • Diocese's Business Affairs head dies after long illness
  • Father Cornelius Verdoorn, former Guatemala missionary, dies at age 76
  • Walla Walla's St. Patrick Parish receives national honor
  • After 25 years of priesthood, Clarkston pastor finds Church is a family 'broader than a blood family'
  • Catholic Charities' Christmas Collection still needs donors
  • Catholic Schools Week 2001: There are many reasons for celebrating Catholic schools
  • Big plans are in the works for Catholic Schools Week
  • Cathedral hosts novena to Our Lady of Lourdes next month
  • School principal, vice principal awarded NCEA commendation
  • Scott Cooper is new director of Parish Social Ministries
  • Cathedral parishioner awarded posthumous Bishop's Medal
  • 'Late Nite Catechism' returns to Spokane stage in benefit performance
  • Past, present members of business women's group invited to golden anniversary luncheon
  • Group Health grant funds fitness program for Catholic schools
  • Woodcarver developed love for art under Sisters' tutelage
  • Cheney parishioners form 'warm, welcoming' community
  • Burial might still be a preferred option, even for cremated remains of loved ones
  • Around the Diocese
  • Regional Report
  • Obituaries
  • Guatemala Dateline: Taking a photograph with words as situations change
  • From the Diocesan Archives: January
  • The Liturgical Cookbook: Chocolate and caramel: clearly a match made in heaven
  • Media Watch: 2000's 10 best films; priest is a central character in 'difficult' novel
  • Scouting's roots are found in 'peace scouts'
  • Everyday Grace: Welcome the New Year with blessing
  • Spirituality: Why all these women?

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