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    /slideshows/homeCustom1150x440/MAR%2001%20Adsf2018_Ash%20Wednesday-18-1.jpg Archbishop distributes ashes Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone distributes ashes at Ash Wednesday services Feb. 14 at St. Mary’s Cathedral. Meanwhile, in San Francisco’s Financial District, workers flocked to Ash Wednesday services directed by Deacon Simon Tsui and laypersons from Old St. Mary’s Cathedral and Chinese Mission. Read More /news/archbishop-distributes-ashes _parent
    /slideshows/homeCustom1150x440/MAR%2003%202.23.18_shipwreck.assembly.jpg Shipwreck celebrates 33rd annual MLK Solidarity Mass This year’s recipient of Shipwreck’s Community Service Award was Deborah Estell from Alive & Free in San Francisco. Her work there includes coordinating the Leadership Academy, developing, instructing and coordinating the curriculum, directing and instructing the college prep class, counseling students and providing collegiate support. Pictured are Deacon Larry Chatmon; Deborah Estell; Joseph E. Marshall Jr., executive director and co-founder of Alive & Free; and Loretta Chatmon, MLK Mass coordinator. Read More /news/shipwreck-celebrates-33rd-annual-mlk-solidarity-mass _parent
    /slideshows/homeCustom1150x440/MAR%2004%20StGreg.jpg Street: Honor Guard Mickey Ganitch, a 98-year-old Pearl Harbor survivor, spoke of his experience to students and staff of St. Gregory School, San Mateo Jan. 26. Pictured with Mickey after his presentation are Tony and Andrea with their children, all students at St. Greg’s: Gabriella, fourth grade; Gia, third grade; and Luca, eighth grade. Read More /news/i-love-it-svdp-san-mateo-head-says-of-new-post _parent
    /slideshows/homeCustom1150x440/MAR%2005%20Ash%201.jpg Financial District outpost for Ash Wednesday services Financial District office workers exit the Bently Reserve after Ash Wednesday services hosted by Old St. Mary’s Cathedral. Read More /news/financial-district-outpost-for-ash-wednesday-services _parent
    /slideshows/homeCustom1150x440/MAR%2006%20ADSF2018_World%20Sick%20Day-9%20PAGE.jpg The afflicted and their caregivers seek hope at cathedral Mass Sick or aging people of faith came to St. Mary’s Cathedral Feb. 10 for a special 26th World Day of the Sick Mass and anointing of the sick with blessed oils. The Mass, hosted by local members of the Order of Malta also included a special blessing for caregivers. Read More /news/the-afflicted-and-their-caregivers-seek-hope-at-cathedral-mass _parent
    /slideshows/homeCustom1150x440/12-13%202.22.18_sweet.large%20PAGEm.jpg ‘SLOW MEDICINE’ Dr. Victoria Sweet is pictured outside Laguna Honda Hospital in San Francisco, where she practiced medicine for 20 years and was inspired to write a book about her insight that it is not technology or efficiency but rather the doctor-patient relationship, including unhurried time for observation and for both people to get to know one another, that is the key to quality health care. Read More /news/slow-medicine _parent
    /slideshows/homeCustom1150x440/MAR%2009%20Young%20Adultsjpg.jpg Bishops name three young adults as delegates to pre-synod meeting The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops announced Jan. 25 that the young adult delegates named to represent the United States at a pre-synod gathering in Rome in March are: Katie Prejean-McGrady, De La Salle Christian Brother Javier Hansen and Nick Lopez. Read More /news/bishops-name-three-young-adults-as-delegates-to-pre-synod-meeting _parent
    /slideshows/homeCustom1150x440/02%20abc.consecration.IMG_5874%20PAGE.jpg Living the Marian consecration through Lenten prayer, fasting and charity Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone blesses the Fatima statue during the consecration rite in the cathedral during the Oct. 7, 2017 rosary rally and consecration of the Archdiocese of San Francisco to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. Read More news/living-the-marian-consecration-through-lenten-prayer-fasting-and-charity _parent
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