The Second Scrutiny
In the Scrutinies for RCIA we always use the A Cycle readings and during the Second Scrutiny this weekend we listen to the story of the man born blind. The man who is healed of his blindness regains his sight immediately, but gradually grows to see as Christ sees. In the fall during the Rite […]
The First Scrutiny
What’s a Scrutiny? This weekend the adults preparing to celebrate their Sacraments at Easter – the RCIA Elect – are participating in the first of 3 Scrutinies this Lent. But what are they? The Scrutinies invite the Elect and all of us to open the eyes of our hearts and souls, so we can see […]
96th Novena of Grace
This year marks the 96th Novena of Grace at St. Aloysius Parish. The theme of this year’s Novena is “Re-engaging the Sacraments”. The Novena of Grace is grounded in our celebration of liturgy. Liturgies of the Word and Eucharist feature a reflection by one of our presenters, music, and prayers of petition and thanksgiving through […]
Christmas Peace Welcome, O Child of Bethlehem!Fill our hearts with your Father’s peace.May you help make us ministers of that peace,enabling us to be God’s people of good will.May your Spirit prevail in our homesand hearts every night and every day.May the song of the angels be sungand heard with joy in every season of […]
St. Aloysius Preservation Fund
This year we are undertaking projects to continue caring for our beloved Church and Parish buildings. If you would like to financially support our St. Aloysius Gonzaga Preservation Fund, you may click HERE. Previous Next
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 […]
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.
Resources for the season of Lent
St. Aloysius is pleased to offer these additional resources as we walk through this Lenten season toward Holy Week.
Celebrating a cannonball moment
Visit our resource page on The Ignation Year for prayers, videos, reading, and other information as we pray together in thanksgiving …
Masks required at all Masses
St. Al’s Parishioners, please note: In light of Gov. Inslee’s announcement reinstating a statewide indoor mask mandate, masks will be required at all daily and Sunday Masses beginning this weekend, regardless of vaccination status. Thank you for your cooperation.