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San Francisco closes In-N-Out over vaccines
"We refuse to become the vaccination police for any government"

The city of San Francisco temporarily closed an In-N-Out fast-food restaurant over the company’s refusal to force customers to prove they are vaccinated against the coronavirus. The San Francisco Department of Public Health closed the Fisherman’s Wharf In-N-Out location on

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October 21st, 2021|

SF Catholic Charities CEO leaving to join Washington governor’s cabinet
Jilma Meneses will lead the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services

The leader of San Francisco Catholic Charities is leaving to accept a position in the cabinet of Washington State Gov. Jay Inlsee. She will lead the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services, serving between 2-3 million people

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October 20th, 2021|

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Inquiring Minds

Inquiring Minds is a weekly article written by Mary Rose, who boldly ventures to college campuses throughout California to ask hard-hitting questions to some of the world’s most malleable minds.

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No Covid vaccine order for San Francisco Catholic schools
Response to Newsom’s announcement earlier this month

There will be no Covid-19 vaccine mandate for Catholic school students this school year, Archdiocesan Catholic Schools Superintendent Pamela Lyons announced in a letter to parents this week. The letter came in response to Gov. Gavin Newsom’s announcement earlier this

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October 20th, 2021|

I committed matricide, so you can too
Gavin Newsom's strained relationship with his mother ended when he assisted her with her suicide

Gavin Newsom, the current governor of California, is the kind of person who should be kept as far from the reins of power as possible. His life and career are marked by selfish ambition, adultery, lying, and even matricide. He’s

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October 19th, 2021|

Joe Donnelly named ambassador to Vatican
Anticipates working on immigration, climate change, peace, poverty

President Joe Biden has selected a former Democratic U.S. senator with a record of supporting abortion, homosexual behavior, and the LGBT agenda, to be his ambassador to the Vatican. The White House confirmed plans Friday to nominate former Sen. Joe

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October 19th, 2021|

A week of ultimate sacrifice – Ignatius of Antioch, Luke, North American Martyrs
Can you drink the cup of suffering?

Father Joseph Illo, pastor of Star of the Sea parish in San Francisco, gave an 11-minute homily on Sunday, October 17. He first cited feasts of martyrs of this week - Ignatius of Antioch, Luke, the North American Martyrs,

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October 19th, 2021|

Why conversion of Michael Nazir-Ali is significant
Anglicanism lacked tool in struggle with secular relativism

It has been announced that Michael Nazir-Ali, former Bishop of Rochester, has left Anglicanism and become a Roman Catholic. He was received into full communion with the Roman Catholic Church, entering the ordinariate on his name day, the feast of

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October 18th, 2021|

Eucharistic Miracles of the World makes stops in San Diego
Paid for by local parishioner

Mission San Diego de Alcala Parish hosted the Vatican International “Eucharistic Miracles of the World Exhibit” Oct. 9-10. An estimated 600 people visited the traveling exhibit, which features information about 140 documented Eucharistic miracles, during its stop at Mission San

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October 18th, 2021|

The strange race for chair of the USCCB liturgy committee
It's between Archbishop Mitchell Rozanski and Bishop Stephen Lopes

When the U.S. bishops meet next month in Baltimore, part of the business of their fall assembly will be to elect new chairs for five of their standing committees.  Often, these elections throw up candidates from recognizably different wings

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October 18th, 2021|

L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti deletes Junipero Serra from park
"Indigenous cultural easement" created

Los Angeles is scrubbing the name of Junipero Serra, a Roman Catholic saint and missionary, from a downtown Los Angeles park, more than a year after activists vandalized statues of the 19th century priest. Mayor Eric Garcetti announced that La

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October 16th, 2021|
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