From the

Official Newspaper of the Diocese of Spokane

May 3, 2001

  • Murdered Sister connected Spokane with Guatemala's poor
  • Eight priest assignments create change for parishes throughout Diocese of Spokane
  • Deacon Bonaventure Obisike to be ordained a priest May 25
  • Don Whitney to be ordained to the diaconate May 11
  • The numbers are great: Spokane is fifth in nation for ratio of seminarians, newly ordained to laity
  • Remember Spokane's seminarians on World Day of Prayer for Vocations
  • Diocese's new secretariat member brings lifetime of business, management skills to work for the Church
  • Diocesan parishes host vigils to witness against planned execution of McVeigh
  • 'Pet therapists' help speed recovery of patients young and old
  • Cursillo revitalizes faith as participants encounter Christ
  • St. Genevieve, Twisp: Bishop Skylstad's home parish is a close-knit community in the Methow Valley
  • Catholic Campaign for Human Development: 25 years of countering the root causes of poverty
  • Around the Diocese
  • Regional Report
  • Obituaries
  • Media Watch: 'Spy Kids' dishes up family fun; 'Bridget Jones' tackles the single life, personal improvement
  • Scouting's principles offer positive action to offest world-wide injustice
  • Everyday Grace: Parents at prayer
  • Spirituality: Locked in or locked out?


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