A couple walks in a vigil for Spokane's homeless.

BRIEF: Catholic Charities to hold vigil for Spokane’s homeless

A couple walks in a vigil for Spokane's homeless.
A couple walks in a vigil for Spokane’s homeless.

On Monday evening Catholic Charities of Spokane will host a candlelight prayer vigil to raise awareness about poverty and its effects.

The vigil will begin at 5:30 p.m. at the House of Charity, 32 W. Pacific Ave. Attendees will  walk through the neighborhood with candles to “highlight our solidarity,” according to an announcement. The vigil will conclude with a forum featuring those who have experienced poverty in Spokane.

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