All the religions and most of the philosophies encourage compassion, though it’s known by many names, explanations and scriptural references.Read More »
Please welcome John Hancock to the team of SpokaneFAVS writers. Hancock is the founder of Friends of Compassion, a group that met regularly throughout Spokane for numerous years, and he plans to write about compassion for SpokaneFAVS.Read More »
Next week the Friends of Compassion meeting, titled, "Good News about Good Works and Good People: Is Compassion Contagious?" will highlight The Fig Tree Editor Mary Stamp and Spokane Faith & Values Editor Tracy Simmons.Read More »
Compassion is an inner attitude; it exists in our hearts and minds. We are beings who also have bodies and verbally communicate with others. How can we reflect our compassion
— our physical and verbal actions — and how can we apply compassion to other areas of our lives?
On June 19, at 7 p.m., Friends of Compassion will meet to discussion "Catholic Compassion: Practices and Motivation."
The meeting will be in the SNAP Buildling, 3102 W. Ft. George Drive.Read More »
Physician assisted suicide has been legal in Washington, Oregon and Montana for some years now, but the ethical dilemmas surrounding the law continue to be a struggle for many Americans.
At its monthly meeting Wednesday night, members of the Friends of Compassion discussed those dilemmas, including the ways faith plays a role in euthanasia.Read More »