St Genevieve Parish in Twisp, Washington, is a parish within the Diocese of Spokane and is one of only four parishes in the United States named after the French saint, Genevieve of Paris (ca 422-500 AD), whose deep faith reportedly helped save her city from Attila the Hun in 451.  The name for the parish church was the choice of parishioner Sophie Therriault Peters, a French Canadian woman who donated the land on which the structure was built.  St. Genevieve was the name of her family‚Äôs home parish. St. Genevieve history.

St. Genevieve Catholic Church
403 Burgar St., Twisp, WA 98856