Bishop Barber: Worship the Lord at home
Drawing on his experience in the U.S. Navy, Oakland bishop counsels families to worship at home “in the absence of a priest” as COVID-19 again forces churches to limit Masses

When I was based at the U.S. Navy submarine base in Bangor, Washington, from time to time a sailor would come to my office at the chapel. “Father Barber, our boat is going out, and I

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San Francisco archbishop urges devotion to Eucharist as indoor Masses resume
Oct. 3 annual rosary rally ended with renewed consecration to Immaculate Heart of Mary

At an outdoor rosary rally and Mass held Oct. 3, San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone encouraged Catholics to renew their respect and devotion to the Eucharist as indoor Masses resume across the city.

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Dorothy Day sainthood cause advances
Documentation on life of co-founder of Catholic Worker movement almost ready to be sent to Vatican

The sainthood Cause for Dorothy Day, co-founder of the Catholic Worker movement, believes it could have all of the documentation prepared at some point next year to send to the Vatican Congregation for Saints’ Causes.

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U.S., Canada to be reconsecrated to Blessed Virgin
L.A. Archbishop Jose Gomez, president of USCCB, calls on brother bishops to join him in prayer on May 1

Archbishop Jose Gomez, president of the U.S. bishops’ conference, is inviting all U.S. bishops to join him on May 1 in reconsecrating the U.S. to the Blessed Virgin Mary in response to the pandemic. The reconsecration

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