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Little Flowers group delivers birthday gift bags to Lacey pregnancy center
Members of the Little Flowers Girls Club at Sacred Heart Parish spent hours planning and assembling “Birthday in a Bag” kits for clients at Care Net Pregnancy Center of Olympia.
Students spend night out for homeless
A night sleeping unsheltered in low 40-degree temperatures aimed to help John F. Kennedy Catholic High School students better understand what it's like to be homeless.
St. Stephen’s loans medical supplies to those in need
While caring for his wife last year, Norman Matheson struggled over where to find the medical equipment needed to take care of her at home. So Matheson enlisted the help of Donna Williamson, a fellow parishioner and retired nurse, to start a medical closet ministry that loans supplies to people who need them.
Marysville parish streams Mass online to serve shut-ins, travelers and seekers
St. Mary’s Parish started the new year with a new outreach: live streaming of the 10 a.m. Sunday Mass on its website.
St. Mary’s opens homeless shelter in parish hall
After finding five homeless men sleeping on his front porch one cold morning in late November, Father Dwight Lewis decided St. Mary Parish in Marysville should open a homeless shelter.
Longtime Catholic education supporter leaves legacy in archdiocese
Richard “Dick” Boulanger, a longtime supporter of Catholic education in the Archdiocese of Seattle, died Dec. 24. He was 85.

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