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    Friday, October 12th is the designated archdiocesan day for the CIC Foundation LOCAL Retreats!
    The Great Mysteries: A Sequel – Seattle, Veni Foras!!

    The following core materials and resources are attached to assist you and your CIC Leadership team, ...
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    IFG ACRE Religion Assessment for Grades 5 and 8

    What is the ACRE? Since the late 1970's NCEA has offered assessment instruments designed to strengthen catechetical/religious education programs. The ACRE (Assessment ...
    Published on Jul-30-2018 02:02 PM
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    May 1, 2018

    Catholic schools partnership targets service to diverse learners
    Archdiocese of Seattle Catholic Schools, Gonzaga University, Fulcrum Foundation

    The Archdiocese of Seattle Office for Catholic Schools is joining with Gonzaga University’s School of Education and the Fulcrum Foundation to increase opportunities ...
    Published on Jul-30-2018 12:50 AM
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    Join the MDI! Missionary Discipleship Institute 2018-19

    “Dear young people, the Lord, the Church, the world are waiting for your answer to the unique call that each one receives in this life! Do you accept the challenge?”
    - Pope Francis to youth, Feb 11, 2018

    You’re Invited!

    The Office for Catholic Schools invites you to join us in inviting and shepherding students to embrace the call to be missionary disciples who go forth as living signs of God’s love and compassion to the world.
    We teamed up with the Missions Office of the Archdiocese and Maryknoll Mission Education
    Published on Jul-23-2018 10:38 AM
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    July 22, 2018

    Seattle Archbishop Emeritus Raymond G. Hunthausen dies

    Archbishop Raymond G. Hunthausen, who led the Archdiocese of Seattle from 1975 to
    his retirement in 1991, died today. He was 96. Funeral arrangements for both Helena,
    Mont., and Seattle are pending. Upon learning of his death, Archbishop of Seattle J.
    Peter Sartain paid tribute to him: “Archbishop Hunthausen was a humble and loving
    servant of the Lord, and a man of peace. As his successors, Archbishops Murphy,
    Brunett, and I were the beneficiaries of his pastoral leadership and his development of
    lay leadership, many programs of outreach to the poor, and other pastoral programs
    that have made this such
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