From the

Official Newspaper of the Diocese of Spokane

October 3, 2002

  • Bishop Skylstad initiates parish forums to address sexual abuse, to begin healing and reconciliation
  • Review Board revitalized with new membership, greater autonomy
  • Suit against diocese, O’Donnell filed on behalf of 10
  • Vocations: Everyone is called by God
  • Spokane seminarians number 18 for 2002-2003
  • National reports indicate lower average age of diocesan seminarians
  • Black Catholic Theological Symposium meets in Spokane - first assembly in a Northwest city
  • St. Ann Parish will host Black Catholic Theological Symposium listening session Oct. 12
  • Annual Catholic Conference: 'Good News in New Times' on Oct. 19
  • As schools begin a new year, so do parish religious education programs
  • Parishes in LaCrosse, St. John: boundaries change, but commitment to church remains
  • New convent garden is dedicated as Holy Names Sisters' Washington Province celebrates 40 years
  • Nation's second-oldest Jesuit turns 100
  • 'Toys for Cops'
  • Campus ministry at state universities centers around Newman ministry
  • 'Good Works in Action' day spreads the word about Charities' programs
  • Poor Man's Meal is Oct. 27; benefits House of Charity
  • Morning Star Boys' Ranch, friends prepare for Oct. 19 masquerade ball
  • World Mission Collection supports ministry from Guatemala to Near East
  • Deacon candidates begin another year of formation
  • Students' remembrance commemorates 9/11
  • Foto: Iglesia de Othello y la Feria
  • Around the Diocese
  • Regional Report
  • Obituaries
  • From the Diocesan Archives: September
  • Media Watch: Movie Time: 'The Good Girl,' 'The Four Feathers'
  • World War II's 'Tune of Hope' may hold lessons for today's Scouts
  • Everyday Grace: Firm but kind
  • Spirituality: Obligation for our own good


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