Category: Northwest Catholic

“Still, not my will, but yours be done.”

This past Sunday at St. Alphonsus Church in Seattle, Fr. Richard Klepac, in his homily for the Second Week of Advent, talked about the graces of the Holy Spirit and praying to God to give yourself over to His will.

NW Catholic: North American Martyrs Parish celebrates first mass in its own church

Here’s my latest article for Northwest Catholic about the blessing of North American Martyrs church in Edmonds, WA. North American Martyrs parish is a Latin Mass parish (FSSP) that has been looking for a permanent home since 2008. I wrote

NW Catholic: Almost a million meals served to those in need!

Here’s my latest article for Northwest Catholic, which celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of the Sunday Dinner at Blessed Sacrament Parish in Seattle.

NW Catholic: Kent parish shelters homeless women

Holy Spirit Parish in Kent, WA hosts a homeless shelter for women for six months of the year. The parishioners and members of the community make meals for the women, who stay overnight in the parish hall. Read the full

Back at Northwest Catholic!

I know that I have been remiss with providing new content lately, but I assure you that I have been writing. I have started a new novel that I am over 20K words into, and I started writing again back

Back at Northwest Catholic!

Earlier this week, I published my first story in several years for Northwest Catholic about the upcoming Iron Sharpens Iron Men’s Conference this weekend. It’s nice to start writing for Northwest Catholic again and to report on what’s happening around

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