Roy Costner IV, a high school valedictorian in Liberty County, S.C., ripped up his school-approved speech and replaced it with the Lord's Prayer at his graduation ceremony this past weekend, Christian News reported Tuesday.Read More »
Today the Rev. C. Hightower is packing up his University Ministry office in the Crosby Student Center at Gonzaga University.
After five years of guiding students, teaching, and being the Jesuit face at the Zag basketball games, Hightower leaves next week for his new position as superior in Sacramento, Calif.Read More »
This summer Washington State University junior Alyssa Millhouse will be assisting Spokane Faith & Values with its social media efforts.
Millhouse, of North Idaho, is a strategic communications major at WSURead More »
Christian principles are engrained in American society, but the text those values are based are cluttered with mistakes, omissions and intentional changes, says scholar Bart D. Ehrman.
Ehrman, author of numerous bestsellers including “Misquoting Jesus” and “Jesus, Interrupted” will be speaking about the inadequacies of the Bible, particularly the New Testament, at 6:30 p.m., May 23 at The Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox, 1001 W. Sprague Ave.Read More »
Fernando Ortiz, Ph.D., director of the Counseling Center at Gonzaga University, has been appointed to the National Review Board by Cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York, president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops. The Board was established by the “Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People” to collaborate with bishops to prevent sexual abuse of U.S. minors by persons in service of the Church.Read More »
Erik Ellertson came from a long line of devout believers. His grandfather was a Lutheran missionary in the Republic of Cameroon, Africa, and his parents took him to church as soon as he was old enough to sit still in Sunday school classes.Read More »