David Daleiden (Photo from LifeSiteNews) The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit reversed in part a District Court ruling that had blanket-concealed identifying information in public documents relating to the University of Washington’s purchase, processing, and
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 any efforts made to assure some electronic connection with
Cardinal Zen: "You just have to show me the text of the agreement." Cardinal Joseph Zen has published a blog post accusing the Vatican’s secretary of state of manipulating Pope Francis, and continuing his ongoing criticism of the
Monsignor Barry (From Angelus News) Monsignor John Barry, the pastor at American Martyrs Catholic Church in Manhattan Beach since 1983, told parishioners Sunday he remains hospitalized as he continues recovery from the COVID-19 virus. “I did go to
Bishop Joseph Strickland of Tyler is the only bishop in Texas to refuse to sign a “Statement on Scarce Healthcare Resources” in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. The document by the Texas Catholic Conference of Bishops (TCCB) was published
The chair of the US bishops’ committee on liturgy wrote to US bishops on Friday clarifying issues related to the sacraments of penance and anointing of the sick which have arisen during the Church’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Rod Linhares: "We will emerge from this situation even stronger as a faith community." (Photo from abilitiesunited.org) The effects of COVID-19 have manifested in many ways in the lives of parishioners and parishes throughout our archdiocese. Not being able
From St. John the Baptist in Prison by Juan Fernandez de Navarrette, Hermitage Museum Father Mark Taheny gave a nine-minute homily at Star of the Sea parish in San Francisco on Sunday, March 29. He spoke of the
Emily Wallace, a 67-year-old with Down syndrome, died of corona virus. (Photo from Albany Arc) Advocates for people with intellectual disabilities are concerned that those with Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, autism and other such conditions will be denied
California Catholic Daily reporter, Mary Rose, visits a California college each week and asks students about God, good, and evil. Interview with Charm, who is studying business administration, by the library at Grossmont College in El Cajon on November 19,
Laura Klassen Laura Klassen is back with the latest video in her “Just Saying” series, this time satirizing the popular pro-abortion talking point that abortion is justified because an abortion seeker never “consented” to getting pregnant. Klassen, the
Sen. Josh Hawley: " I have been assured Planned Parenthood will still NOT be eligible.” (Photo from Free Beacon) The Senate passed a massive relief package Wednesday night to counter the economic damage caused by the coronavirus pandemic.