Categories: Church

Pipe Dream Come True

From KitsapSun: BREMERTON — Thousands of metal cylinders in wooden boxes Tuesday lined the second floor of the iconic Catholic church on Veneta Avenue. Father Derek Lappe picked up one and blew into one end, producing a soft, high note that echoed throughout the church’s ornate insides. In the next few weeks, those cylinders — […]

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Categories: Catholic Faith, Saints

Saints Peter & Paul

From Catholic News Agency:  On June 29 the Church celebrates the feast day of Sts. Peter & Paul. As early as the year 258, there is evidence of an already lengthy tradition of celebrating the solemnities of both Saint Peter and Saint Paul on the same day. Together, the two saints are the founders of […]

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Annual Catholic Appeal 2015

A Future Full of Hope There are 175 parishes and missions in the Archdiocese, serving 579,500 Catholics The Annual Catholic Appeal is about being Catholic and recognizing there are priests and deacons to be trained, social services for the needy and poor to be offered, Catholic schools to sustain and grow, retired priests and nuns […]

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Categories: Apostolate

Sister Parish Visiting-First Days

Sister Parish Visiting Delegation: Days 1 & 2 – Bremerton via Seattle and Amsterdam to Entebbe and Ggaba, Kampala, Uganda   Our Ugandan Adventure began with a blessing at the 8:15 a.m. Sunday Mass at Our Lady Star of the Sea followed by a very brief send-off at Sea-Tac Airport. The first hurdle in our […]

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Tax Fraud Update

From the Archdiocese of Seattle:  “As tax season is upon us, it is important to be aware of recent developments in the tax fraud investigation. An updated Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) document is being prepared and will be sent to you when finalized and posted on our website. (www.seattlearchdiocese.org). To highlight the most important developments: […]

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Walk to Jerusalem

You made it! Our previous virtual walk brought us to Bethlehem in time for Epiphany! Now we’re back home, and it’s cold and wet outside. Our bodies still need a good workout on a regular basis but it’s difficult in the winter. We’ll begin traveling back to the Holy Land, going to Jerusalem by Holy Week! We […]

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