Catholic Bishop Robert W. Finn was found guilty Thursday (Sept. 6) of failing to tell police about a priest suspected of sexually exploiting children, an unprecedented verdict that is being hailed as a landmark in the effort to bring accountability to the church's hierarchy.Read More »
Janet Satre Ahrend, who serves on the music department at Gonzaga University, will perform "Fire, Tenderness, Laughter and Majesty: The Unexpected Voices of the Organ" Sunday at 4 p.m. at the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist.
During the recital she'll play pieces from Buxtehude and Bach, Elgar, Sir William Walton and Canadian organist, Denis Bédard on the church's Aeolian Skinner organ.Read More »
Spokane’s religion wrap-up: Celtic spirituality, Gonzaga’s Pilgrimage, Liturgy Art Project, the Music Man and marriage
There’s really no other way to say it. Celtic spirituality is just plain cool. St. Joseph Family Center is hosting “Life as Pilgrimage – A Celtic Spirituality Retreat” next weekend and there’s still time to sign up.Read More »
Sister Simone Campbell, who led the “Nuns on the Bus” tour for social justice this summer, called the GOP budget plan “immoral” in a spirited speech at the Democratic National Convention on Wednesday (Sept. 5).
“Paul Ryan claims this budget reflects the principles of our shared faith,” Campbell saidRead More »
Citizens in Spokane have been waiting decades for a full-scale science center, and the opening of the 26,000 square foot Mobius Science Center in the city’s core heralds the end of a long and bumpy road.Read More »
The number of Muslim delegates attending the Democratic National Convention has quadrupled since 2004, according to a Muslim advocacy group.
The Washington-based Council on American-Islamic Relations counts more than 100 Muslim delegates representing some 20 states at the Democratic convention in Charlotte, N.C., this week.