Mount Saint Michael

Mount Saint Michael


Mount Saint Michael

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Mount Saint Michael (coll. "The Mount") is a traditional Catholic church compound in Spokane, Washington. It serves as the home of Saint Michael's Academy and as a parish center for traditionalist Catholics in the Spokane area. It is staffed by the priests, brothers and sisters of the Congregation of Mary Immaculate Queen (CMRI). The main building serves as the motherhouse for the sisters. The rectory for the priests and brothers is also located on the property in a separate building. Mount Saint Michael It is listed as a National Historic Place by the National Park Service.

Early History

St. Michael's was founded by Father Joseph Caruana as a Jesuit mission just north of Spokane in the mid-19th century to serve the Native Americans in the area. In 1878, Caruana's successor, Father Joseph Cataldo, moved the mission to its current location with a purchase of almost 1,000 acres (4&nbsp;km<sup>2</sup>) of land at the price of $2 per acre. From 1881 until 1915, Mount St. Michael was used primarily as a farm, supplying Gonzaga College with fresh produce and dairy products.

In the spring of 1915 construction began on a scholasticate to accommodate the rising number of vocations to the Jesuit order at the cost of $400,000. Father Arthuis, who had just completed St. Aloysius Gonzaga Church at Gonzaga University, was placed in charge of construction. He built a railroad 1100 feet (340 m) in length to convey building materials up the 320 foot (98 m)...
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