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Local clergy say pope’s move to allow priests to forgive abortion is an example of mercy, grace

In his official statement on the decision Pope Francis maintained that abortion is “a grave sin,” but that “there is no sin that God’s mercy cannot reach and wipe away when it finds a repentant heart seeking to be reconciled with the Father.”

Chris Tomlin coming to Spokane for “Adore” tour

Christian singer Chris Tomlin will be passing through Spokane next week as part of his Christmas "Adore" tour.

Inclusivity is the foundation of a strong community

As a community we were spending more time arguing over our political differences and less time developing sound policy-based solutions.

Immaculate Heart presents “How Saint Nicholas became Santa Claus”

According to an announcement, "The jolly magical Christmas figure we know as Santa Claus has a basis in the life of a real saint carried down through history."

Journey to Bethlehem takes place this weekend

The annual Journey to Bethlehem walk-through event will take place beginning Dec. 2 on Spokane's South Hill.

Terrain plans “Spokane Responds” art event

Next month Terrain, a non-profit focused on the Spokane arts community, is having a post-election event, "Spokane Responds."

Is America Possible?

Today, I know people from all sides of the political spectrum and from many different faiths. In this heated election season, it's been quite tempting to take sides and write off people as racist or sexist, but my own history won't let me do that so easily.

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