The following comes from an August 18 Reuters article by Paul Ingrassia: Holy water at hand, the bishop begins the invocation. “We call on God to bless all these cars and the people who bring them here,” intones the Most Rev.
The following comes from a news release emailed to California Catholic Daily: Starting Trinity Sunday, May 22, the old Sacred Heart Church in Hollister, California, will become the new site for the Traditional Latin Mass in the Monterey Bay Area.
The following comes from an April 22 Monterey County Now article by John Bays: Bloody aborted fetuses. Embryos still on the womb. These graphic images adorn large posters set up by anti-abortion activists from the nonprofit organization Project Truth, which set
The following comes from an April 5 Town Hall article by Robert Knight: A large cross commemorating the landing by Spanish explorers in Monterey, California in 1769 was back at Del Monte Beach, erected anonymously over Easter weekend. For a few tense
The following comes from a November 3 Breitbart article by William Bigelow: Salinas, CA - On Monday morning, red paint was found splattered on the door of the Santa Cruz Mission, with graffiti accusing Father Junipero Serra of genocide painted
The following comes from a May 27 KSBW news story by Caitlin Conrad: At least one Monterey City Council member wants to send the pope a letter urging him not to declare Father Junipero Serra a saint. "I would like to
The following comes from a Jan. 5 story on TheCalifornian.com. Catholic Charities Diocese of Monterey began assisting with Covered California enrollment applications Jan. 2. Through a contract with the state of California, Catholic Charities Diocese of Monterey staff have
The following comes from a Sept. 22 story in the Daily Journal (San Mateo County and northern Santa Clara County). If you’re looking for a chance to truly relax, the Mercy Center in Burlingame has the event for you Sept.
The following comes from a story by Brother Larry Scrivani from Cuperino in Catholic San Francisco. First part of an occasional series marking the birth bicentennial of Joseph Sadoc Alemany, the Spanish-born Dominican missionary priest who served as the first
Less than a year after relocating to the Shrine of St. Joseph in Santa Cruz, members of a Traditional Latin Mass community in the diocese of Monterey are moving again -- this time to a location they hope will be