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St. John’s labyrinth created in honor of beloved educator Polly McMahon

In trying to find a way to honor McMahon and her life of service, Cartwright and Noel spearheaded the construction of a new outdoor labyrinth at The Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist.

Spokane private schools wrestle with how to best reach students during COVID

Spokane Public Schools made the decision to begin the fall semester remotely, and the county’s private schools had to make their own decisions regarding whether or not to begin the semester remotely.

New name reflects an urban monastic setting created at West Central Abbey, vicar says

So after much discussion and planning, the ministry has been re-branded as The West Central Abbey.

Singing hymns in Salish: Pauline Flett’s dedication to spirituality

Growing up in a Catholic and Presbyterian household, Flett attended both churches and learned to play music, which would later help serve her in her mission to revitalize Salish and promote spirituality.

FāVS Forward: Helping Women & Children

In this episode of FāVS Forward we talk with Edie Rice-Sauer, the executive director of Transitions, a non-profit that seeks to end homelessness and poverty for women and children in Spokane.

Upcoming rally aims to protest street named after George Wright

The rally aims to tell the truth about the local area and to dismantle what they see as a “tribute to white supremacy” found in the street named after the controversial and historical Army Colonel George Wright, according to the event’s Facebook announcement.

FāVS Forward: Sr. Mary Eucharista, “Hope, Peace & Healing”

In this episode of FāVS Forward we talk with Sr. Mary Eucharista, named after the Holy Eucharist.

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