Monthly Archives: Sep 2020

Congregational singing returning to Mass

Beginning Sunday, Sept. 27, St. Aloysius Parish will begin the process of returning congregational singing to the Mass. The current regulations for the State of Washington allow for congregational singing with masks. We invite you to sing along with the Mass parts!

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Wildfire response: How to donate

Many people have inquired how they can directly donate to fire relief in those areas that have been impacted in the diocese. The Diocese can receive donations for this effort which will then be directed to agencies on the ground. At this time we do not have online giving set up for this special collection but if you would like to donate checks may be mailed to:

Diocese of Spokane

525 E Mission Ave

Spokane, WA 99202

Please indicate “Fire Relief” in the memo line.

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From the Ignatian Solidarity Network: Voting is an act of love
“Love ought to show itself in deeds more than in words.”
These powerful words from St. Ignatius of Loyola remind us that casting a ballot can be an act of love—a way to live out the greatest commandments, to love and serve God and to love our neighbor.
This fall, exercise the right and responsibility to vote for candidates and issues that support the common good and concern for the most vulnerable people in our society.
 
(via The Ignatian Solidarity Network)
 
Take the pledge here:
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Annual Gonzaga Pilgrimage goes virtual
Attention GU students: This year, chart your own Gonzaga Pilgrimage! Walk, hike, run, bike, or move in whichever way allows for a sacred journey. As a Gonzaga community, we are looking to complete our collective journey between September 5th and September 19th.
 
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