St. Al’s participating in mission of Gonzaga Family Haven

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In partnership with Catholic Charities, Gonzaga University, Gonzaga Prep, and many other groups, St. Aloysius Parish is participating in the mission of Gonzaga Haven, a 72-unit innovative housing complex for families in Northeast Spokane (near Prep). The Haven will provide life-giving housing and supportive programming to help break the cycle of intergenerational poverty. Many families will be graduates of the Catholic Charities Rising Strong program. Groundbreaking for the Haven took place at the close of 2020. Gonzaga Haven is slated to open in August 2021.

St. Aloysius parishioners have the opportunity to welcome families and be involved in the lives of Gonzaga Haven families. Questions: Rita at 509-313-7003 or rwaldref@dioceseofspokane.org

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