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Worth driving to: All Saints University Parish, Turlock
Expanding university parish has young priest and is close to CSU Stanislaus

Name of Church All Saints University Parish

Address 4040 McKenna Drive, Turlock, CA 95382

Phone number (209) 669-0473

Website www.allsaintscsus.org 

Mass

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Worth driving to: All Saints University Parish, Turlock
Expanding university parish has young priest and is close to CSU Stanislaus
2020-05-15T07:37:12-07:00

Coronavirus diary of First Things editor
R.R. Reno wears a mask found in a gutter and attends an underground church

The following is a First Things article by editor R.R. Reno:

Tuesday: Bright morning sunshine, but cool temperatures. It’s been a chilly spring. I’m still running the space heater in my office; the

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Coronavirus diary of First Things editor
R.R. Reno wears a mask found in a gutter and attends an underground church
2020-05-15T07:15:57-07:00

COVID-19 was final straw
School at Carmel Mission closing for good at end of school year

Nearly 80 years after the school opened, Junipero Serra School at Carmel Mission Basilica will close its doors after the current 2019-2020 academic year.

In a press release sent out Friday evening, the

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COVID-19 was final straw
School at Carmel Mission closing for good at end of school year
2020-05-13T14:01:15-07:00

Vatican museums re-opening with restrictions
Prior reservations will be required, as will a check for fever

The Vatican Museums are preparing to reopen by reservation only with new health measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, according to the general secretary of Vatican City State.

“For the incoming

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Vatican museums re-opening with restrictions
Prior reservations will be required, as will a check for fever
2020-05-12T11:29:48-07:00

Life is a paradox at at UC Riverside
Isis diagrees with abortion, but also agrees with it...

California Catholic Daily reporter, Mary Rose, visits a California college each week and asks students about God, good, and evil. Interview with Isis, who is studying biology, by Olmsted Hall at UC Riverside on January 15,

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Life is a paradox at at UC Riverside
Isis diagrees with abortion, but also agrees with it...
2020-05-11T08:57:53-07:00

Zoom’s pro-abortion ties
Founder signed 2019 letter published by New York Times describing pro-life laws as bad for business

Last June, leaders from over 180 U.S. companies signed on to a letter printed as a full-page ad in the New York Times, titled, “Don’t Ban Equality.” This campaign was reportedly formed “in response to

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Zoom’s pro-abortion ties
Founder signed 2019 letter published by New York Times describing pro-life laws as bad for business
2020-05-08T04:30:59-07:00

Gomez urges prayer during online town hall
Dr. Aaron Kheriaty, Helen Alvare, Christina Lamas give advice on how to cope during social distancing period

Catholic families can respond to the coronavirus epidemic through prayer, connection with each other, and care for their spiritual, mental and physical health, Archbishop José H. Gomez of Los Angeles and several guests said in a

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Gomez urges prayer during online town hall
Dr. Aaron Kheriaty, Helen Alvare, Christina Lamas give advice on how to cope during social distancing period
2020-05-07T12:48:41-07:00

Oakland diocese loses 300 positions in parishes, another 300 in Catholic schools
Bishop Michael Barber provides details of additional cuts at chancery level

April 30, 2020

Dear lay employees of the Diocese of Oakland,

I know all of you are dealing with very painful situations. Collectively, in these last days of April,

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Oakland diocese loses 300 positions in parishes, another 300 in Catholic schools
Bishop Michael Barber provides details of additional cuts at chancery level
2020-05-06T13:36:00-07:00

Hunger in wine country
How one Napa Valley Catholic school is helping needy families

A small Catholic school in Napa, California is drawing on community support to run a weekly food pantry for its families and neighbors during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Volunteers, led by the school board,

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Hunger in wine country
How one Napa Valley Catholic school is helping needy families
2020-05-05T16:08:21-07:00

UC San Diego student believes in ghosts but not God
Claudia was raised Catholic but now is disillusioned

California Catholic Daily reporter, Mary Rose, visits a California college each week and asks students about God, good, and evil. Interview with Claudia, who is studying linguistics, outside Center Hall at UC San

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UC San Diego student believes in ghosts but not God
Claudia was raised Catholic but now is disillusioned
2020-05-29T10:51:00-07:00