Call for Serra statue vigil first week of July in Hillsborough
San Juan Capistrano moves its replicas of the missionaryJim Holman2020-06-29T18:35:27-07:00
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.
What is happening to our society? A renewed national movement to heal memories and correct the injustices of racism and police brutality in our country has been hijacked by some into a movement of violence, looting
Bishops from throughout the state of California will release a video today reenacting the Stations of the Cross to draw attention to the sin of racism and ask God’s help in eliminating it.
Joe Oberting brought deep connections to Napa’s St. John the Baptist Catholic School when he became its principal two years ago. His three children went to school there, and his family has attended church at St.
The historic St. Michael’s Abbey, a 33-acre property in South Orange County, was recently listed for sale, as the Norbertine Fathers prepare to move to a new home not far from the property, in Silverado
Churches in California can begin holding services again at a limited capacity, the state announced on Monday.
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.