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Lay Catholics must be more vigilant to financial abuse
Sexual abuse isn’t the only scandal confronting the Church

Sexual abuse isn’t the only scandal confronting the Catholic Church. There is a growing recognition that financial abuse is more prevalent than most Catholics think. Look no further than the case of the disgraced former bishop of Wheeling-Charleston, West

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Bishops get an earful
USCCB asks lay Catholics how to restore belief in the real presence; laity overwhelmingly responds: restore traditional liturgical practices

Earlier this month, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops asked lay Catholics on Facebook for advice following the release of a troubling Pew Research survey that found only 3 in 10 Catholics actually believe the bread and wine become the body and

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“Using taxpayer money to underwrite parochial school tuition”
San Jose public school superintendents outraged over lucrative contract going to Jesuit school

Two leading superintendents from the three public high school districts in San Jose say the city failed to notify them of a six-figure grant proposal for a work-study program that was instead awarded to a private, Catholic school. Two

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Inquiring Minds

Inquiring Minds is a weekly article written by Mary Rose, who boldly ventures to college campuses throughout California to ask hard-hitting questions to some of the world’s most malleable minds.

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163 stations reaching an audience of 220 million
Relevant Radio spending $17.7 million to acquire 14 AM stations and 7 FM translators from Salem Media Group

Relevant Radio® has entered into an agreement with Salem Media Group (NASDAQ: SALM) to purchase nine AM stations and four FM translators in eight markets. Salem Media Group has agreed to sell stations to Relevant Radio in Boston, Atlanta,

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Drop dead or I’ll kill you
Planned Parenthood threatens to pull out of Title X program if court doesn't rule in its favor

Planned Parenthood says it will withdraw from the Department of Health and Human Services’s Title X program, which sends taxpayer money to give birth control to poorer Americans, unless a federal court rules on their behalf. Earlier this year,

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LA Valley College student gives thoughts on his Catholic faith
Jesus doesn't think everyone goes to Heaven

California Catholic Daily reporter, Mary Rose, visits a California college each week and asks students about God, good, and evil. Interview with Jesus, who is studying music, outside the LA Valley College Student Services Center in Valley Glen on April 17,

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From California to D.C.
Twenty-three participants in Crossroads walk for life converge at Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception

A three-month journey from California to Washington, DC, came to an end August 13, as 23 walkers of this summer’s Crossroads Pro-Life Walks made it to the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception.  Crossroads Pro-Life Walks

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Viewpoint discrimination at Cal State San Marcos
Are pro-life and other conservative groups getting treated unfairly?

Feminist and LGBTQ organizations at California State University-San Marcos together receive nearly $300,000 from the student government each year to spend as they wish, with no strings attached. Student clubs at the taxpayer-funded institution, including its Students for Life

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Worth driving to: St. Bruno Church, Whittier
The pastor leads "Family Rosary Across America" on Relevant Radio

Name of Church St. Bruno Address 15740 Citrustree Road, Whittier, CA 90603 Phone number 562-947-5637 Website www.stbrunochurch.org Mass times Saturday vigil, 5:30 p.m. Sunday, 7:30 a.m., 9 a.m., 10:30 a.m., noon, 5:30 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 6:30 a.m.

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New rector named at California seminary
Fr. Daniel B. Donohoo appointed president-rector of St. Patrick Seminary & University, Fr. Anthony Stoeppel as vice-rector

Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone of the Archdiocese of San Francisco announces the appointment of Rev. Daniel B. Donohoo as President-Rector of St. Patrick Seminary & University, and Rev. Anthony Stoeppel as its Vice-Rector. Both appointments are for five-year terms and

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U.S. Labor Department broadens religious safeguards in federal contracting
ACLU expresses outrage

The Labor Department on Wednesday announced a new rule to grant the “broadest protection permitted by law” to religious organizations contracting with the federal government. The proposed rule to clarify civil rights protections for religious groups will be added

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Murrieta School District deceiving parents?
No opting children out of LGBTQ content

A California school district will not allow parents to opt their children out of classes containing LGBTQ content, figures or historical references, emails show. Murrieta School District says parents have the ability to opt their children out of comprehensive

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