Memorial for the Preborn

burning candle in the hands of a praying girl on a black background

The Memorial is for all children who have died, especially those who died before their birth – for any reason – and their parents, siblings, friends, and all people of goodwill.

The Memorial will take place on Saturday, September 30, 2023, at 7:00 pm. Beginning at Bishop White Seminary, 429 E. Sharp Ave., the memorial includes a candlelight procession through Gonzaga University’s campus and a multilingual rosary and Benediction with the Blessed Sacrament at St. Aloysius Church, 330 E. Boone Ave. The Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Spokane, Most Rev. Thomas A Daly will be the presider for the memorial service

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"Stitching Love, Weaving Hope: "Quilters with a Cause"

St. Al’s Best-Kept Secret 

Monday mornings: 7:30 a.m. -11:00 a.m

St. Al’s quilters enthusiastically get together in O’Malley Hall and produce two finished quilts a week. 
These quilts are donated to charities, schools, and community centers. If you want to help iron, cut, sew, pin, etc. (no experience necessary), come down to O’Malley Hall.