Voluntary special collection for Haiti


Prompted by the massive earthquake and tropical storm that hit Haiti, Archbishop Gomez, President of the USCCB, has sent a letter to all bishops asking them to consider taking up a voluntary special collection to support the Church and humanitarian needs arising from these and any future disasters.   Bishop Daly is requesting that all parishes, on the weekend of August 28-29 take up a special emergency collection to help the people of Haiti.  

To make a donation: 

  • Write a check to the Diocese of Spokane with “Haiti Collection” in the memo. Place it in the collection basket or mail directly to the diocese. 
  • Donate online at www.dioceseofspokane.org/haiti 

Thank you for your support for all affected by this natural disaster.

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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.