Walk for Life welcomes unborn babies from last year’s stage
Last year you heard them…this year come see them

Babies in the womb on stage at 2019 Walk for Life Last year, pro-lifers all over the country were thrilled at the sight of seven beautiful pregnant mothers and the sounds of the heartbeats of their seven beautiful

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2020-01-16T06:17:52-08:00January 16th, 2020|Categories: Abortion and pro-life issues|Tags: , |2 Comments

San Francisco’s Mercy High to close
All-girls school founded in 1952

From Channel 7 TV story on school's closing One of the last all-women's catholic high school in San Francisco announced that it'll close its doors at the end of this school year. Mercy High School, founded in 1952,

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2020-01-14T16:07:15-08:00January 15th, 2020|Categories: Education|Tags: , |5 Comments

Abp. Cordileone: “Worse than poverty is the loss of human dignity”
Mass for homeless dead in San Francisco

Cordileone at Visitacion: "The true believer is homeless here." The archdiocese of San Francisco held its second annual Mass for the Homeless Dead on Nov. 23 at Church of the Visitacion. In 2018, the San Francisco medical examiner recorded

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2019-12-02T10:30:16-08:00December 2nd, 2019|Categories: Social issues|Tags: , , |19 Comments

It’s Trans Awareness Month in San Francisco
Mayor raised the light blue and pink transgender flag at city hall to mark a tradition "begun last year"

Mayor London Breed raised the light blue and pink transgender flag at City Hall Friday evening to mark November being Trans Awareness Month in San Francisco, a tradition begun last year. Standing next to her was Clair Farley, director of

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2019-11-06T13:13:09-08:00November 6th, 2019|Categories: Church life|Tags: |7 Comments

Dennis Rae gallery owner says pro-lifers’ ejection was misunderstanding

The following comes from a Jan. 28 story by NBC Bay Area. Some abortion opponents who were in San Francisco for the Walk for Life over the weekend say they were outraged after they claim they were told to leave an art

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2019-02-04T11:53:00-08:00February 4th, 2019|Categories: Abortion and pro-life issues|Tags: , , |1 Comment

Triumphant premiere for “Mass of the Americas”

It seems that Catholicism reached its liturgical heights in the late 18th century; we ceased to be relevant to wider society when the last Habsburg went into exile. But what if Catholicism could be normal again? That’s the vision Archbishop Salvatore

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San Francisco creates world’s first-ever transgender cultural district

San Francisco city officials have invested $215,000 into the world's first recognized transgender cultural district situated in the Tenderloin neighborhood, The Daily Beast reported. In November, city officials passed a measure that would appropriate $3 million for cultural districts. The Compton district

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2018-12-13T09:34:40-08:00December 13th, 2018|Categories: Homosexuality and transgender issues|Tags: , |11 Comments

Mass of the Americas to premiere at San Francisco cathedral

The Mass of the Americas, a newly-commissioned Mass composed by Frank La Rocca, will premiere Saturday for the feast of the Immaculate Conception at the Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Assumption in San Francisco. “The Mass of the Americas

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Episcopal cathedral in San Francisco to host “Requiem Mass: A Queer Divine Rite”

"Requiem Mass: A Queer Divine Rite" will have its San Francisco premiere on Nov. 16 & 17 at Grace Cathedral. The piece is an evening-length choral work by singer-composer Holcombe Waller, created to honor those who have suffered persecution due

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