Street named after San Francisco’s first black fireman
Catholic convert tried to see the best in peopleJim Holman2020-08-01T10:27:27-07:00
Saint Junipero Serra, O.F.M., S.T.D. (1713-84) has historically been revered as the Apostle of California. Since his canonization by Pope Francis in Washington, D.C. on September 23, 2015 and his beatification at Saint Peter’s
Editor’s note: Bishop Vann was installed as the third bishop of the Diocese of Fort Worth, Texas on July 13, 2005. Pope Benedict XVI announced his appointment as the fourth Bishop of Orange on Sept. 21,
A proposal to remove St. Junípero Serra from Ventura County’s official seal is unwarranted, and elected officials need to know Serra’s true story, according to the priest who heads the final mission the sainted Spanish missionary
Pope Francis has elevated a California mission church founded by St. Junipero Serra to the rank of minor basilica. The San Buenaventura Mission in Ventura was granted the title by the pope in an announcement from
The Archdiocese of Los Angeles says it will investigate allegations of sexual misconduct against noted liturgical musician and composer David Haas, who has performed over the years at the archdiocese’s Religious Education Congress.
As he spoke of his decades long experience of racism, and the current national climate following the police killing of George Floyd, the voice of Deacon Don Norris, the only African American deacon in the diocese,
About half of San Francisco’s Catholic parishes celebrated public Mass Sunday, June 21, a sign of the revival of parish life and worship after nearly 100 days of shelter-in-place orders.