Catholic groups back San Francisco housing measure

The following comes from an October 20 Catholic San Francisco article by Valerie Schmalz: It will take two-thirds of San Francisco voters to pass a $310 million housing ballot proposition aimed at buying, rehabilitating and preserving housing that middle income

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Catholic Church collects $1.6 billion in U.S. contracts, grants since 2012

The following comes from a September 24 Washington Times article by Kelly Riddell:   Not to be lost in the pomp and circumstance of Pope Francis' first visit to Washington is the reality that the Catholic Church he oversees has

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2015-09-28T12:14:38-08:00September 28th, 2015|Categories: Other News|Tags: , , |21 Comments

Southern Calif. Catholics push Obamacare

The following comes from a Mar. 14 story in the Orange County Register. Despite impending battles over hot-button issues, the Roman Catholic Diocese of San Bernardino is urging parishioners without health insurance to sign up for coverage under the Affordable

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2018-12-18T14:25:29-08:00March 20th, 2014|Categories: California Diocese News|Tags: , |35 Comments

Is Pope Francis inspiring Catholics to give more this Christmas?

The following comes from a Dec. 23 story on Alba Ramiro couldn’t help crying as she watched a flood of charitable work pour into her diocesan volunteering office last month. As the volunteer coordinator of the Catholic Charities of

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2013-12-23T11:42:37-08:00December 28th, 2013|Categories: Other News|Tags: , |211 Comments