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Might Jesus Be on the Border?

Paul Graves writes about the difference between rage and anger when it comes to how one approaches their feelings when it comes to politics about the border on what to do.

The Importance of Home

For generations, poor people have relied on each other to keep a roof over their heads. But in the world’s wealthiest country, we need more.

Catholic Parishes Invite Community to Prayerful Witness Event for Immigrants

On Saturday, Oct. 12, from 1-3 p.m., the St. Ann and St. Aloysius Immigration Committee invites the community to their event, “Prayerful Witness: Walking in Solidarity with Immigrants.”

The First Thanksgiving: There’s always room for one more

And so you pilgrims arriving at our borders, you have arrived just in time as we celebrate this feast of abundance and gratitude and honoring tradition.  And so may we honor the tradition of those who hosted the first Thanksgiving feast, because the reality is there is usually always room for one more at the table and still enough food to go around. 

The joy of desperation

Be glad when you need something so badly that you no longer care about the consequences of asking God to provide it.

One in the Spirit, One in Prayer

I ask that the churches of Spokane pray especially for immigrants because of the great suffering among peoples who are undocumented, displaced, or simply made to feel fearful because of their language or skin color.

Rally in downtown Spokane today shows support for immigrants, refugees

Today at 5 p.m. a rally will take place in Spokane supporting immigrants and refugees.

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