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100 years ago in Spokane: Plans announced to build new Episcopal cathedral in honor of soldiers killed in World War I

All Saints Episcopal church announced it would build a new cathedral that would be dedicated to those killed in action during World War I.

‘Come to the Woods’ uses music, poetry to celebrate natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest

“Come to the Woods” is the second concert in the choirs’ expanded fourth season. The choir’s next concert, Dec. 16, will feature a performance of George Frideric Handel’s “Messiah.”

UPDATED: Sun., Oct. 7, 2018, 5:06 p.m.

Furred and feathered friends join churchgoers at annual Blessing of the Animals

A chorus of animal voices joined the Sunday morning hymns at St. John’s Cathedral as pariotioners brought their pets to receive blessings for the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi.

Step into history: Mother’s Day Home Tour heads to St. John’s Cathedral area

The museum tour page calls the event, now in its 29th year, one of Spokane’s great traditions and a cornerstone of Mother’s Day weekend.

Bach Festival finale a fitting end to a season of beautiful music

For Sunday’s finale of the 2017 classics concert series, the Northwest Bach Festival exchanged the geniality of Barrister Winery, which served so well for concerts of chamber music, to the …

Cats, dogs and cockroaches get special blessings at Spokane churches

From the pews in the back of St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, the pastor’s voice sounded a bit muffled – drowned out by a chorus of panting dogs.

Exhibit uses art to ‘Bridge’ religious differences, commonalities

A traveling art exhibit that has been displayed in the oldest church in Paris, set up in the Westown Hub of Cario, and reached the United States on the University …

Arts briefs: ‘Bluegrass in the Cathedral’ to help Catholic Charities

St. John’s Cathedral will open its doors to bluegrass music Friday in a benefit for Catholic Charities of Spokane. Molly & Tenbrooks and the Panhandle Polecats will be featured in …

Mead grad, pals to sing in concert

On Dec. 18, area residents have the opportunity to attend a holiday concert and help a local man achieve his dream. Mead High School 2006 graduate Jonathan Mancheni will perform …