The Knights of Columbus buried 143 unclaimed or abandoned human remains at the Mt. Calvary Catholic Cemetery on Sunday, in the second ceremony of its kind in Klamath Falls.
Recently, when a church of a different denomination lost their building, Hope Lutheran didn’t hesitate to open up use of their community center.
Editor’s note: This is a first in a regular series of columns called “Faith Matters,” which will highlight the work of churches and religious organizations in the Klamath Basin.
After a long career, one often thinks of riding off into the sunset. Not Bob Pickel.
A Stations of the Cross devotional walk was recently established at Mt. Calvary Catholic Cemetery.
WestSide Community Church will provide its 13th Annual “Living Nativity” on Dec. 12-13 from 4-7 p.m. each day at Mountain Valley Gardens, according to a news release.