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CalCatholic Exclusives

Original stories by California Catholic Daily reporters.

Cañada College student: “I’m not saying go eat babies, but…”
Brian and Devontay are friends; one Christian and one agnostic, and both pro-abortion

California Catholic Daily reporter, Mary Rose, visits a California college each week and asks students about God, good, and evil. Interview with Brian, who is studying psychology, and Divontay, who is studying to be a medical assistant,

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Cañada College student: “I’m not saying go eat babies, but…”
Brian and Devontay are friends; one Christian and one agnostic, and both pro-abortion
2019-11-04T09:42:07-08:00

Lesbian rabbi latest member of USF Ministry
Joins open homosexual Donal Godfrey, SJ on Catholic university's staff

On August 6, the (Jesuit) University of San Francisco introduced the newest member of the school’s University Ministry, “Rabbi-in-Residence” Camille Angel. From the press release:

“For the first time in its 164-year

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Lesbian rabbi latest member of USF Ministry
Joins open homosexual Donal Godfrey, SJ on Catholic university's staff
2019-09-12T13:52:11-07:00

Fr. Fessio, Ignatius Press at St Patrick’s Seminary
Catholic publishers honored

 

Special from Gibbons Cooney. On Saturday, September 14, St. Patrick’s Seminary will host its annual gala fundraiser. St. Patrick’s serves the archdiocese of San Francisco, plus surrounding dioceses including Oakland, Santa Rosa,

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Fr. Fessio, Ignatius Press at St Patrick’s Seminary
Catholic publishers honored
2019-09-12T13:53:47-07:00

Thomas Aquinas College opens in Massachusetts this week
Sophomores from Santa Paula join the new freshmen

Thomas Aquinas College, based in Santa Paula, California, is opening a second campus in Northfield, Massachusetts this week.

“We have 30 freshmen starting at the New England campus tomorrow, and we’re delighted

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Thomas Aquinas College opens in Massachusetts this week
Sophomores from Santa Paula join the new freshmen
2019-09-12T13:54:18-07:00

California dioceses choose Gray Davis, Leon Panetta to oversee abuse payoffs
Sex scandals compounded by abortion scandal

California Catholic Daily exclusive by Mary Rose Short. In May of this year, six California dioceses announced a new monetary compensation program for abuse victims. The Archdiocese of Los Angeles, and the dioceses

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California dioceses choose Gray Davis, Leon Panetta to oversee abuse payoffs
Sex scandals compounded by abortion scandal
2019-09-17T15:23:29-07:00