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  • A Blast from the Past

      "You have to believe in what is true," says 79-year-old Rita Flynn. "I am learning not to be fooled anymore." One of the original whistle-blowers in Spokane's sex abuse scandal, and the mother of 11 children, Flynn is holding a letter da
  • Haunted Hotel

      Just before Christmas, Davenport Hotel bellman Michael Peterson felt something while he was helping a guest to his room.
  • Wulff Survives

      The post-game ritual was about to begin. In the midst of a boisterous celebration, everybody takes a knee and a different Eastern Washington University football player says a prayer. The Eagles had just defeated top-ranked Southern Illinoi
  • Another Big Election

      The political season, with all of its divisiveness, returns to center stage next week in Washington, D.C. That's when the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops will elect a new president. First in line to attain this powerful positi
  • The Religion Gap

      Three-quarters of Americans think there's nothing wrong with President George W. Bush saying he relies on his religious beliefs to make decisions," says Luis E. Lugo, director of the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life. "Half wouldn't vo
  • Reaching Out or Pulling Back?

      Don Weber had no idea what he was getting himself into when he said yes to a request made by Diocese of Spokane Bishop William Skylstad nearly a year and half ago. In February 2003, General Vicar Steve Dublinski called Weber on behalf of S
  • Sidebar- A Victim's Stor#115259

      Victims like Mike Shea have told the Diocesan Sexual Abuse Committee, based at St. Al's, that they felt revictimized by the church when they came forward with their stories of abuse. After watching "all hell break loose" in Boston when Car
  • Deep Secrets

      This past winter, Spokane resident Guy Zajonc was in his car starting an eight-hour round-trip drive from Tampa to Jacksonville to meet the research vessel Odyssey Explorer when his cell phone rang. The co-founders of the company he was wo
  • Constant Craven

      In the summer of 1984, with a pack on his back and about $80 in his pockets, Simon Thompson came to America for what he thought would be a six-month stay. "I remember landing in New York on a clear day," says the Spokane-by-way-of-England
  • Back In The Nest

      Poof and it's over." Gonzaga Coach Mark Few uttered these words Saturday afternoon, just as I was getting home from Kansas City. Eastern Washington University's season had come to an expected but still premature end, and now Gonzaga's seas
  • Back From The Brink

      Despite losing their last two games of the regular season, Ray Giacoletti's EWU Eagles will host the Big Sky Conference Tournament in Cheney this week, March 9-10. To get there, the team had to win 13 of its last 16 games. If successful,
  • Still Running

      Whitworth College students Michael Chuol, Anderia Lual and Gabriel Atem share the same birthday, even though they don't know when they were born. So, on the first day of January, they will celebrate their 21st birthday together. It's their
  • A Temple Is Born

      The New Year came last Friday night at sundown, welcoming in the start of year 5764. An intimate group of family and friends gathered to celebrate this occasion. It was both joyful as it looked ahead, and sorrowful as it remembered what wa
  • Hero Or Heretic?

      Like the Harry Potter books themselves, this story is about the struggle between good and evil. Unlike the Potter series, however, our story is embedded in the reality of Christianity in present-day America. Author J.K. Rowling uses magic
  • Branches Of The Same Tree

      Even as reports that another wave of lawlessness in Baghdad is hampering relief and reconstruction efforts in the city and country, another storm is brewing over how the U.S. government is handling -- or not handling -- religious and humanit
  • & amp;quot;Welcome Home & amp;quot;

      For the second year in a row, I spent my spring break in Tijuana, Mexico, with a group of student ministers from First Presbyterian Church. I think I'm prepared for what I will see, experience, hear and feel. I've already seen what a lack
  • God Talk

      Whose side is God on?" the caller wanted to know. Whose side is God on? I was a guest recently on local talk show where we were talking about religious rhetoric and how it has been used to lead America closer to the edge of war with Iraq.
  • Of God and War

      It's the kind of question that has people seeking guidance from spiritual leaders, and it's undoubtedly t

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