From an A- to a D-
UC-Davis student says professor nearly flunked her after she made pro-life brochure for people who are transgender and pregnant

September 20th, 2019|2 Comments

At the University of California-Davis, a pro-life student claims she faced discrimination by a professor, in an incident that threatened her graduation. Brianna Mangat made a brochure for people who are “transgender and pregnant,”

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Archbishop Chaput warns about Fr. James Martin, S.J
In statement published on archdiocesan website, archbishop says of Martin there is "a pattern of ambiguity in his teachings" that undermines the faith and confuses the faithful

September 20th, 2019|8 Comments

After Fr. James Martin, SJ, spoke at a Philadelphia university, the Archbishop of Philadelphia urged caution about the priest’s message, especially regarding the possibility that Catholic teaching on sexuality might change. “Father Martin has

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How does Christ Cathedral compare to the world’s most famous churches?
One of the world’s largest centers of worship features modern architecture and modernistic sacred art

September 19th, 2019|6 Comments

When Christ Cathedral was dedicated on July 17, it became the nation’s newest cathedral, albeit the only one that formerly housed America’s first megachurch.  After a $77-million transformation, Christ Cathedral – once known as

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Is pension crisis looming for retirees of religious organizations?
For Catholic-affiliated organizations alone, about 1 million pensioners are now estimated to be at risk of having reduced or zero benefits

September 19th, 2019|6 Comments

For Catholic-affiliated organizations alone, about 1 million pensioners are now estimated to be at risk of having reduced or zero pension benefits due to a federal law that exempts religious organizations from providing regulated and guaranteed

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No local dignitaries, regional bishops, or long speeches
Poor East LA Catholic school gets much-needed facelift thanks to a $1.7 million grant from the Dorothy Shea Foundation; Our Lady of Talpa School opened in 1951

September 18th, 2019|2 Comments

“They’re cutting it, they’re cutting it!” There were no local dignitaries, regional bishops, or long speeches on this September morning — just a nun with a big pair of scissors, and nearly 300 Our

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Lawsuit reinstated against Catholic hospital
State appeals court says transsexual man can sue Mercy San Juan Medical Center for refusing to perform hysterectomy

September 18th, 2019|6 Comments

The 1st District Court of Appeal in San Francisco ruled that a Sacramento-area transgender man can sue Mercy San Juan Medical Center over the last-minute cancellation of his hysterectomy, overturning a lower-court ruling that

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