Archives for March 2012

“Why did she do it?”

News from the Trenches … [Read more...]

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John Paul and Me

You are the sum of God’s love for you … [Read more...]

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A strong letter and two strong ads

Homosexual rights initiative in Alaska … [Read more...]

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Sleepers

Pew beds in the Tenderloin … [Read more...]

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“I don’t believe them for a second”

Victorville mayor vows to fight Planned Parenthood over plans to open new clinic … [Read more...]

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Nothing like a Jesuit education

Santa Clara University conference on “race, sexuality and social justice” features legal director of National Center for Lesbian Rights, among others (The following news release from Santa Clara University, a Jesuit institution, speaks for itself.) SANTA CLARA -- The first of three conferences focused on race, sexuality, and social justice from an interdisciplinary … [Read more...]

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The bad ole days

In homily at Pleasant Hill parish, deacon uses slideshow to illustrate “pre-Vatican II failings of the church” (The following are excerpts from a homily given March 11 at Christ the King Catholic Church in Pleasant Hill by Deacon John Ashmore. The parish is in the Oakland diocese. Deacon Ashmore used a slide show to illustrate some of his points. The deacon was reflecting on … [Read more...]

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