Borderland reflection: Tom Dauer

After two and a half years of planning, our small delegation of seven finally made it to the US/Mexico border region. Our goal was to see the migrant conditions at our southern border. I came home changed in my understanding and appreciation for all the amazing work done by so many people and organizations. One […]

Ways to help Ukraine

The Ukraine is a world away from Spokane, yet we stand in solidarity with those suffering violence, aggression, and tragedy. On this page, we will compile resources for those seeking ways to help. Novena for peace in Ukraine: Take part in this via YouTube at your own pace. Stations of the Cross for Ukraine: As […]

Novena for peace in Ukraine

Archbishop John Wester of Santa Fe is offering a Novena (9 days) of prayer focused on peace, not only in Ukraine but throughout our world. Archbishop is leading days one and nine, and other people throughout New Mexico will be hosting the other seven days. Each day’s intention will be said in English, Spanish, and […]

Border Delegation participates in cross planting

On Friday, March 18, the St. Aloysius Border Delegation participated in a powerful experience of planting a cross near the location where a migrant died last year. See more photos and read more here: https://crossplanting.wordpress.com/2022/03/19/san-pedro-river-march-18-2022/

Gonzaga Family Haven Grand Opening March 30

The Grand Opening and blessing of Gonzaga Family Haven will be on Wednesday, March 30 at 11 a.m. St. Aloysius Parish is grateful to be a partner in this initiative that provides forever homes for 73 families experiencing homelessness.

Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick

All in need of healing of body, mind, and spirit are invited to stay after any of the Masses at St. Al’s March 26 and 27 for the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick.

Border delegation heads for Arizona/Mexico

The 2022 Border Delegation to Arizona/Mexico departs Sunday to experience the complexities of immigration in the borderlands. The group is under the leadership of the School Sisters of Notre Dame who minister from Douglas, AZ. The delegation will visit various migrant shelters in Arizona and Mexico, including KINO, a Jesuit ministry that provides humanitarian aid: […]

Indoor mask guidance update

Beginning this weekend, March 12 & 13, masks will be optional in the church in accordance with state regulations with the exception of the east and west balconies.

Rite of Election March 6

The Rite of Election (for Catechumens) is celebrated jointly with the Call to Continuing Conversion (for Candidates) on the First Sunday of Lent. The Rite of Election & Call to Continuing Conversion is the ritual that marks the entry into the final phase of preparation to receive the Sacraments of Initiation at the Easter Vigil. […]

Lenten Video Series

Gonzaga University’s Dean of of the College of Arts and Sciences Annemarie Caño offers an Easter reflection on hope even in the midst of doubt. Luke Lavin, Gonzaga University’s Director of Campus Ministry, reflects on the necessary transition of Holy Week. Fr. Pat Conroy, S.J., who works in the Mission and Ministry at Gonzaga University, […]