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Providence Mount St. Vincent names chapel after a founding donor
Nine decades ago, William Pigott and five other lead donors partnered with the Sisters of Providence to build St. Vincent Home for the Aged in West Seattle.
Broadway star returns to Blanchet musical roots
When Don Darryl Rivera takes the stage this weekend as a guest performer for Bishop Blanchet High School’s production of “Pippin,” expect a little magic.
Bilingual religious education enrollment booming at St. Charles, Burlington
At St. Charles Parish in Burlington, a first Communion class is held on Tuesday afternoons because all the religious education classrooms are booked on Sundays.
Cancer treatment doesn’t stop choir director at St. Mary Magdalen
Craig Cummings doesn’t let the pain and fatigue of melanoma treatment keep him from directing the choir at St. Mary Magdalen Parish in Everett.
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.

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