St. Aloysius Parishioners:
Thanks for sticking with us as we roll out our online content. We announced this Sunday that KAGU 88.7 will start playing the Angelus with a reflection at Noon, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Please tune in and let us know what you think by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you missed the Angelus, we have it recorded and available for listening anytime:
Yesterday, March 24th, was the feast day of Saint Oscar Romero. Fr. Peter Byrne, SJ, shared his thoughts on the Eucharist and some of his experiences in El Salvador. Check it out!
St. Aloysius Staff
St. Aloysius is live streaming vigil Mass on Saturdays at 5pm. If you couldn’t make it this weekend, the video is still available! Check it out below:
Let us know what you think! Email us at AloysiusSpokane@gmail.com
or send us a message on your social media platform of choice; we’re @aloysiusspokane
Dear St. Aloysius Parish,
We find ourselves in a unique moment in history. We may be frustrated, frightened, and lonely. Let us cultivate in our hearts, heads, and spirits attitudes of peace & courage and prudence & patience. Let us remember God loves us, is with us, and gives us the intelligence and will to fight this virus through our knowledge and choices.
We stand with Bishop Daly, the Governor of Washington, and the recommendations of the CDC. At St. Aloysius, public celebration of sacraments in the church, along with all parish activities are suspended until further notice. This includes Sunday Masses, daily Masses, and confessions. The church building is closed. The parish center is also closed, however we can be reached by email and phone.
St. Aloysius Virtual Church
• Weekend Mass live streamed Saturday at 5pm and posted for your viewing
• Daily Mass 8am live streamed and posted for your viewing
• Other content is being produced to allow us to have virtual communal prayer
• Streamed and posted on our website
• Content and schedule to be announced
• Please visit the church virtually here
Please remember God is bigger than the church building and that all of these measures are temporary.
Let us pray for ourselves, our parish community or city and world. Continue to pray for the elect in this uncertain time.
St. Aloysius, patron of youth and caregiver to plague victims, pray for us.
Tom Lamanna, S.J.
Stations of the Cross have been cancelled until further notice.
Reconciliation: Cancelled in the Church. By appointment with priest only.
We will wait to hear from Bishop Daly April 6th before we confirm Holy Week plans.
April 4/5 – Palm Sunday – Saturday 5:00 pm; Sunday 8:30 and 11:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.
April 9 – Holy Thursday -7:00 p.m. – Mass of the Last Supper (will include washing of the feet)
April 10 – Good Friday – 10:00 a.m. – Stations of the Cross (led by Grade School)
12:15 p.m. – Stations of the Cross (led by Knights of Columbus)
7:00 p.m. – Liturgy of the Passion of the Lord and Veneration of the Cross
April 11 – Holy Saturday – 8:00 p.m. Easter Vigil
April 12 – Easter Sunday – Masses: 8:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m., 12:00 noon and 7:00 p.m.
The Sacrament of Reconciliation is available from 4:30-6:30 every Thursday in the church.
Or by appointment ( call Parish Office 313-5896).
St. Aloysius Parish is staffed by priests who are members of the Society of Jesus, an order of priests and brothers founded in 1540 by St. Ignatius of Loyola. These priests are referred to as “the Jesuits.”
Vision of the Jesuit Parishes in the Jesuit West province:
To be a community of Jesuits and apostolic partners formed by the Gospel and the Spiritual Exercises to expand Jesus’ ministry of healing, reconciling and teaching in service of the diverse people in our ministries.
As a parish we invited our parishioners to experience the transformative power of God’s love through our weekly liturgies and our pastoral and social ministries.
Responding with intellectual rigor to the most challenging issues of our times.
Employing Ignatian discernment in decision-making.
Caring for the poor, the vulnerable and the earth, our common home.
Serving the Church with creativity and fidelity to the Jesuit tradition.
Bridging societal divides and fostering understanding among diverse people and cultures.
Collaborating regionally, through partnership and in networks, to serve the people of God.
(Masses, Homilies, Bishop Mass, Novenas, Baptisms, Confirmations, etc.), on our website by clicking on the link below.