Visit the San Francisco Archdiocese website for daily reports from the ongoing trial, Planned Parenthood v. Center for Medical Progress (David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt), underway now in federal court in San Francisco. The jury trial is in the U.S.
Archbishop Cordileone leads the rosary at the Cathedral of St. Mary before Mass to conclude the Novena for Life Aug. 11 Simmering acrimony over the decision-making, communications and mindset of the much-watched seven-year episcopacy of San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore
The Archdiocese of San Francisco has a new webpage for Catholics who oppose Senate Bill 360, a California bill which if passed would force priests to disclose information heard in the sacrament of confession. The page includes
The Catholic diocese in San Francisco has settled roughly $87 million worth of sex abuse cases against priests and others associated with the church, mostly in the last 15 years, according to Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone. The archbishop divulged the eye-popping
The following is an excerpt of a letter from Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone: My Dear People of the Archdiocese of San Francisco, As I write this message to you, I am in Baltimore, Maryland, for the plenary assembly of the United
Tense listening sessions in the archdiocese on the clergy sex abuse crisis continued, as Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone met with several dozen Catholics at St. Mary’s Cathedral Oct. 17 and St. Stephen Church Oct. 18. During the question and
The following is an excerpt of a letter from Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone of San Francisco: September 21, 2018 Feast of St. Matthew, Apostle Dear People of the Archdiocese of San Francisco, In my letter to you of August 17, 2018,
City officials have ordered the San Francisco Roman Catholic Archdiocese to pay nearly $3 million in health care costs for more than 1,000 employees after finding that it failed to make years of payments required by a pioneering local health
The following comes from a March 18 posting on First Things. San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone is in the midst of a bare-knuckle battle over whether Catholic schools can require Catholic teachers to be . . . well . .
The following comes from a Dec. 12 story in Catholic San Francisco by Valerie Schmalz. Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone is creating a new Office of Catholic Identity Assessment for Catholic high schools starting Jan. 1 – an initiative that may