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Pray the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd (CGS) Novena.

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In light of Governor Inslee’s Stay Home, Stay Healthy order, all of our church buildings are closed until further notice.

Please stay home and pray for an end to the COVID-19 virus, for all who are suffering from this illness, for their families, and their medical caregivers.

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Throughout the liturgical year, the Catholic Church makes certain changes to the Mass to reflect the liturgical season. Next to the change in the color of the priest’s vestments, the absence of the Alleluia during Lent is probably the most obvious. There is a long-standing tradition for suspending the use of Alleluia from Shrove Tuesday which is the day before Ash Wednesday until Easter Vigil.

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Lent is a wonderful time to celebrate the reconciling love and the healing graces our Lord offers us. Like all religious experiences, it takes preparation.

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Alpha is an opportunity to explore life and the Christian faith in a friendly, open and informal way. No pressure. No follow up. And the best part— it is FREE!

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Let’s pray and march together for LIFE!

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Gaudete Sunday or Joy Sunday marks the beginning of the third week in Advent.

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Every year people ask how they can help our parish and school community as the year comes to a close. Here are 6 ways to show your support.

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By participating in various time-honored traditions, such as a Christmas tree, a manger scene or Advent wreath, Catholic families can engage more prayerfully in the seasons of Advent and Christmas.

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Reconciliation is what God does. Receiving it and celebrating it is what we do. The Sacrament of Reconciliation is a most natural way to celebrate God’s forgiveness and love. 

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