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A more inclusive shopping experience for children
Proposed California law would require large retailers to devote floor space to merchandise marketed to both boys and girls

Large retailers that sell toys, clothes and other children's items in California would have to devote floor space to merchandise marketed to both boys and girls under a new bill. Stores would be able to sell the same products

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A more inclusive shopping experience for children
Proposed California law would require large retailers to devote floor space to merchandise marketed to both boys and girls
2020-02-25T12:19:27-08:00

Interviews with Bible readers and a confirmation teacher
Palomar College student: "Jesus is a father figure who helps you achieve life goals"

California Catholic Daily reporter, Mary Rose, visits a California college each week and asks students about God, good, and evil. Interviews with Adi, who is studying to be an elementary school teacher, Jacqueline, who is studying economics, and Vera; and with

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Interviews with Bible readers and a confirmation teacher
Palomar College student: "Jesus is a father figure who helps you achieve life goals"
2020-02-23T19:43:03-08:00

Worth driving to: Old Mission San Juan Bautista
Largest of the California missions was featured in Hitchcock movie “Vertigo”

Name of Church Mission San Juan Bautista Address 406 Second Street, San Juan Bautista, CA 95045 Phone number 831-623-2127 Website www.oldmissionsjb.org  Mass times Saturday vigil, 5 p.m.  Sundays, 8:30 a.m., 10 a.m., noon (Spanish), 1:30 p.m. (Spanish)  Daily, Wednesday

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Worth driving to: Old Mission San Juan Bautista
Largest of the California missions was featured in Hitchcock movie “Vertigo”
2020-02-20T18:52:02-08:00

Little Sisters of the Poor closing San Pedro rest home
Jeanne Jugan Residence has been open since 1979; sisters are seeking someone to buy the property

The Little Sisters of the Poor announced Tuesday that they will be withdrawing from the Jeanne Jugan Residence in San Pedro, where they have resided for the last four decades. “As part of a strategic plan aimed at strengthening

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Little Sisters of the Poor closing San Pedro rest home
Jeanne Jugan Residence has been open since 1979; sisters are seeking someone to buy the property
2020-02-20T12:02:38-08:00

Not dying, just retiring
Charles Chaput celebrates last Sunday Mass as Archbishop of Philadelphia

Archbishop Charles Chaput has been a diocesan bishop for 31 years. For most of that time, his people have known where to find him on Sunday afternoon or evening: hearing confessions and offering Mass in his cathedral. Chaput celebrated

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Not dying, just retiring
Charles Chaput celebrates last Sunday Mass as Archbishop of Philadelphia
2020-02-18T19:07:16-08:00

Crowdfunded Christian TV series making big changes in entertainment
“The Chosen” depicts the life of Christ and streams through equity crowdfunding app

“The Chosen” is both an app and a television series. It is both the largest ever crowdfunded entertainment project, and a Christian program about the life of Jesus. It’s also flying under Hollywood’s radar. That’s quite alright by creator

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Crowdfunded Christian TV series making big changes in entertainment
“The Chosen” depicts the life of Christ and streams through equity crowdfunding app
2020-02-17T21:09:27-08:00

San Francisco State student believes in God
Lilia's family was Catholic until divorce, and now she is trying to find where she fits

California Catholic Daily reporter, Mary Rose, visits a California college each week and asks students about God, good, and evil. Interview with Lilia, who is studying pre-nursing, near the J. Paul Leonard Library at San Francisco State University on October 23,

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San Francisco State student believes in God
Lilia's family was Catholic until divorce, and now she is trying to find where she fits
2020-02-16T19:58:49-08:00

Three questions for Bishop McElroy
Bishop of San Diego casts doubt on abortion’s preeminent position as non-negotiable during speech at USD

Abortion presents a problem for the Catholic left since it does not fit into its social justice agenda. It certainly involves social justice in the highest degree since it is a great injustice to deprive an innocent person of

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Three questions for Bishop McElroy
Bishop of San Diego casts doubt on abortion’s preeminent position as non-negotiable during speech at USD
2020-02-15T13:54:28-08:00

Taking advantage of people in mourning
While family and friends attend funerals, thieves target cars parked at Catholic cemetery in Stockton

Visitors to a Catholic cemetery in Stockton are being taken advantage of in their most vulnerable moments. The San Joaquin Catholic Cemetery staff says multiple cars have been broken into while their owners aren’t paying attention. Visitors come to

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Taking advantage of people in mourning
While family and friends attend funerals, thieves target cars parked at Catholic cemetery in Stockton
2020-02-13T20:06:35-08:00

Cardinal Mahony named in new sex-abuse lawsuit
Recently adopted law gives alleged victims more time to sue

A 32-year-old man filed a lawsuit Wednesday against the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, Cardinal Roger Mahony and an ex-priest who was returned to parish duties even after admitting to molesting children. Mahony went on to reassign Michael Baker to

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Cardinal Mahony named in new sex-abuse lawsuit
Recently adopted law gives alleged victims more time to sue
2020-02-13T12:54:13-08:00