A suicide survivor’s miraculous witness

The following comes from an October 25 Angelus article by Casey McCorry: Six years ago, 17-year-old Brandi Moore lay in a hospital bed after a 30-foot fall over a highway overpass onto concrete — an unsuccessful attempt at suicide. The woman who had found her sat in a chair beside Moore in the … [Read More...]

Vatican: Cremated bodies may not be scattered

The following comes from an October 25 Catholic News Agency article by Hannah Brockhaus: The Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith released an instruction Tuesday regarding burial and cremation, reiterating the Church's teaching that cremation, while strongly discouraged, can be permissible … [Read More...]

To vote pro-life in California

  The California Prolife Council, Sacramento’s branch of National Right to Life, has published a list of congressional and state legislative candidates to vote for, endorsement of presidential candidate, and a special recommendation on three state initiatives to vote against. No … [Read More...]

California’s connection to leftist plot to infiltrate Church

California Catholic Daily exclusive by Anna Rose: The early October Wikileaks “Catholic drop” wasn’t a huge surprise to faithful Catholics. It was the proverbial kid caught with his hand in the cookie jar. Catholics concerned about the faith already knew certain players were trying to subvert the … [Read More...]

Dispute over seminary leadership led to order’s departure

The following comes from an October 25 Catholic San Francisco article by By Valerie Schmalz: After 118 years, the society of diocesan priests who have administered and taught at St. Patrick’s Seminary & University will withdraw completely from the seminary at the end of this academic … [Read More...]

“These are vocations we will lose if they are not helped”

The following comes from an October 24 Catholic News Agency article by Kevin J Jones: Personal and student debt can slow down or prevent prospective seminarians and aspirants to religious orders from pursuing their vocations, but one organization with national scope aims to change that. “The … [Read More...]

Director of Wikileaks-exposed front group to speak at USF

A California Catholic Daily Exclusive: On Thursday, October 27, the Lane Center of the (Jesuit) University of San Francisco will host John Gehring, “Catholic Program Director” at the organization Faith in Public Life. Gehring will speak on “The Francis Effect: A Radical Pope’s Challenge to the … [Read More...]

Poll: California measure to end death penalty in danger

The following is from an October 20 KPBS Midday Edition story: A statewide survey released Wednesday found almost all of California’s 17 ballot measures are on track to pass next month, with the proposition to end the death penalty in California the only measure to have significant … [Read More...]

San Jose bishop blasts Trump

The following is an October 24 statement from Bishop McGrath on Election 2016 from the Diocese of San Jose website: Dear Friends, Since 1796, when John Adams succeeded George Washington as President, a founding principle of our great nation has been the orderly transfer of power, as an … [Read More...]

Jesuit ministries seek to make impact to help the homeless in Southern California

The following comes from an October 19 Angelus article by Ellie Hidalgo: Homelessness has many faces in the City of Angels. It’s a harsh reality faced by many veterans, seniors, foster youths, the unemployed, working poor families, immigrants, formerly incarcerated, battered women and their … [Read More...]

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Sulpicians to leave St. Patrick’s Seminary

The following comes from an October 22 Archdiocese of San Francisco press release:
 Yesterday the Archdiocese was informed by the Society of the Priests of St. Sulpice (Sulpicians) that, after 118 years, they will be withdrawing their administrative and academic services from the Seminary at the … [Read More...]