Author and apologist Joe Heschmeyer (Pope Peter, The Early Church Was the Catholic Church) first tackles eucharistic disbelief with a clear and concise defense of the ancient Christian teaching of the Real Presence. He shows how this teaching, rooted in
Think “Coachella meets St. Peter’s Square.” That’s how one participant from the Diocese of San Diego described World Youth Day, where hundreds of thousands are expected to join Pope Francis in Lisbon, Portugal, from Aug. 1 to
Any California parent with a child who is a student in school can suddenly find that the parent’s very right to make key decisions for his or her child is endangered. An avalanche of legislation from Sacramento,
San Father Joe’s Villages has announced its plans to construct two new affordable housing communities. The first will be located at the intersection of 17th and Commercial streets, while the second will be located at 16th Street
Steven Hackel thought it was a prank at first when the call came, early in the morning: “What do you mean the church is on fire?” He raced from his Pasadena home to the 249-year-old Mission San Gabriel, which was
A crowd of over 1,000 people gathered on the steps of the California State Capitol to pray for conversion as the anti-Catholic hate group “The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence” were being honored on the floor of
St. Juan Diego Mission in the small village of North Shore, located on the edge of the Coachella Valley near the Salton Sea, has acquired a new chapel and celebrated their first Mass there in May. About 250 attended the
To answer the call of the US Bishops, who declared a three-year Eucharistic Revival in America that began in June 2022, the Diocese of Orange will host the I AM Eucharistic Congress at Christ Cathedral on Oct. 21.