Churches worth driving to

St. John Vianney Chapel, Balboa Island

Name of Church St. John Vianney Chapel, Balboa Island Address 314 Marine Avenue, Balboa Island, Newport Beach Phone number 949-675-2221 Mass times Saturday Vigil, 5 p.m. Sundays 8 a.m., 9 a.m., 10 a.m. Weekdays, 7:45 a.m. Confessions Make an appointment, or visit nearby Our Lady Queen of Angels Church. Names of priests Msgr. Lawrence J. Baird, Administrator. … [Read more...]

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Newport Beach councilman in hot water for pro-traditional family views

Used city seal in newsletter criticizing Supreme Court's decision on same-sex marriage

The following comes from a July 8 ABC 7 News article by Greg Lee: Newport Beach Councilman Scott Peotter stated in the bi-monthly email that the U.S. Supreme Court's decision on same-sex marriage "overturns 5,000 years of Judeo-Christian tradition, by redefining and allowing gay marriage." He also questions the gay community's use of the rainbow. "I do find it … [Read more...]

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Calif. attorney general tightens screws on Hoag hospital

The following comes from an Apr. 4 story in the L.A. Times. The state attorney general’s office has found that Newport Beach’s Hoag Hospital can continue to refuse to provide elective abortions as long as the hospital helps women access those services elsewhere, according to an agreement released Friday. The agreement, approved by the state and Hoag last month, closes an … [Read more...]

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Anglicans’ loss is their gain

The following comes from a Dec. 13 story in World Magazine. CONNECTICUT, NEW YORK, and CALIFORNIA—A scorched earth policy. That’s how Anglicans who have left The Episcopal Church and its endorsement of unbiblical beliefs and actions often describe the Church’s response. From depressed Binghamton, N.Y., to affluent Newport Beach, Calif., Episcopal leaders have fought dozens … [Read more...]

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