In Oakland diocese, faith finds a way despite COVID-19
Drive-up Confession, palms in the mail, live-streamed Masses, Stations of the Cross on Facebook Live

The shelter-in-place restrictions that were put on the church, and the community, and then the nation as a whole, have been met with creativity, resilience and a mission, as Pope Francis said early in his papacy, to

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Good news for sinners
Santa Rosa Bishop: "No one will be held accountable by God for sins for which one is truly sorry and which would have been confessed, had the opportunity been present"

The following is a message from Bishop Robert Vasa of the Diocese of Santa Rosa:

The Lord has not abandoned us!

First of all, I commend all the faithful for

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If Donald Trump, Abby Johnson, Bernard Nathanson, then why not Nancy Pelosi, Lady GaGa, Britney Spears?
Father Jonathan Meyer insists we never give up on conversions

On January 26, Father Jonathan Meyer, pastor of All Saints parish in Guilford, Indiana gave a sermon that has garnered a stir on YouTube. After much attention to the conversion of President

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Praying in liturgy conference Saturday, March 14 in Covina
Anthony Lilles, Christopher Carstens, Father Joseph Fessio – Adoremus at the Triduum

Why is it essential to foster in oneself and one’s family and parishioners a vibrant spiritual life — especially in the liturgy — and especially for the high point of the Church’s liturgical season,

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