Baby left dead in hospital bathroom finally buried

Anonymous donor, with help from San Bernardino diocese, provides internment at Catholic cemetery

California Catholic Daily exclusive By Tom Davis It took two years, but an infant left dead and abandoned inside a restroom at a Palm Springs hospital has finally been laid to rest. On Thursday, July 27, Baby Girl Rose Herrera-Cornejo was buried at Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Cemetery in Colton, while prayers were offered and baby pink roses fell on the small … [Read more...]

Like they’re in Mexico

Longest Guadalupe parade runs from Palm Springs to Coachella

The following comes from a Dec. 6 story in the Riverside Press Enterprise. Thousands of people walked to the top of Riverside’s Mount Rubidoux on Saturday to honor the Virgin of Guadalupe, and more processions and other events are planned throughout the Inland area during the next few days. Many of the walks, festivals and special Masses will take place on Friday the … [Read more...]

Catholics join the Palm Springs legacy

Sunday’s gay pride parade reminiscent of Paul Shanley

The following comes from a Nov. 9 story by K.C. Reynolds. For the first time ever, a Catholic church-approved group marched in the Palm Springs Gay Pride Parade, 10 am this Sunday. They marched under the banner, “Palm Springs LCBT Roman Catholic Community welcomes you.” About twenty marchers all wearing blue T-shirts that had a white crucifix and the words, “LGBT … [Read more...]

Palm Springs Catholic Church encourages gay pride parade

‘At least we are finally talking about it’

The Catholic LGBT of Palm Springs will be an official entry in the Greater Palm Springs Greater Pride Parade on Sunday, November 9, 2014. Father John Kavcak of Saint Theresa Parish and formerly of Our Lady of Solitude Parish has stated, “For several months we have been reaching out to the Catholic LGBT community here in Palm Springs. Using as a basis, the spirituality of a … [Read more...]