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Archbishop John R. Quinn, 1929-2017: Sixth archbishop of San Francisco



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Around the Archdiocese - St. Brendan Parish and School, San Francisco

Around the Archdiocese - St. Brendan Parish and School, San Francisco

by Karessa McCartney | 09 May, 2017
Lent was certainly a prep time for Easter but also a time for looking ahead at ways of serving others. In a note to Catholic San Francisco, principal, Carol Grewal, said a focus at St. Brendan has been global hunger. “Parishioners heard homilies, read bulletin articles, and attended soup suppers during Lent to learn more about the problem,” Grewal said. She said letters “to express their concerns” about global hunger were written by parishioners and students to congresswomen Nancy Pelosi and Jackie Speier and “delivered by students of the school, along with the pastor, parish manager, and principal to staff from both offices.” Upper-grade students raised $500 to donate for overseas food deliveries, according to Grewal. In another activity, students were given tickets and were then offered the portion of a meal represented by the ticket. “So, one student might receive 40 percent of a meal while another child might receive 2 percent of the same meal,” Grewal said. “This taught the students about the amount of food that we consume in the U.S. when compared with other nations.” St. Brendan’s as a community is dedicated “to ending global hunger by 2030,” Grewal said. Pictured are Grewal, pastor Father Roger Gustafson, parishioners and students before delivery of letters on world hunger to local offices of congresswomen Jackie Speier and Nancy Pelosi. (Courtesy Photo)

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June 22, 2017 - St. Matthew School, San Mateo; St. Peter School, San Francisco; Giants salute centenarian Sister on birthday; Sacred Heart Schools; Sacred Heart Prep, Atherton; Pauline Media.



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Around the Archdiocese - St. Brendan Parish and School, San Francisco

Around the Archdiocese - St. Brendan Parish and School, San Francisco

by Karessa McCartney | 09 May, 2017
Lent was certainly a prep time for Easter but also a time for looking ahead at ways of serving others. In a note to Catholic San Francisco, principal, Carol Grewal, said a focus at St. Brendan has been global hunger. “Parishioners heard homilies, read bulletin articles, and attended soup suppers during Lent to learn more about the problem,” Grewal said. She said letters “to express their concerns” about global hunger were written by parishioners and students to congresswomen Nancy Pelosi and Jackie Speier and “delivered by students of the school, along with the pastor, parish manager, and principal to staff from both offices.” Upper-grade students raised $500 to donate for overseas food deliveries, according to Grewal. In another activity, students were given tickets and were then offered the portion of a meal represented by the ticket. “So, one student might receive 40 percent of a meal while another child might receive 2 percent of the same meal,” Grewal said. “This taught the students about the amount of food that we consume in the U.S. when compared with other nations.” St. Brendan’s as a community is dedicated “to ending global hunger by 2030,” Grewal said. Pictured are Grewal, pastor Father Roger Gustafson, parishioners and students before delivery of letters on world hunger to local offices of congresswomen Jackie Speier and Nancy Pelosi. (Courtesy Photo)

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June 8, 2017 - St. Anthony de Padua Parish, Menlo Park; Hispanic youth vigil; St. Peter Parish, Pacifica.



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Around the Archdiocese - St. Brendan Parish and School, San Francisco

Around the Archdiocese - St. Brendan Parish and School, San Francisco

by Karessa McCartney | 09 May, 2017
Lent was certainly a prep time for Easter but also a time for looking ahead at ways of serving others. In a note to Catholic San Francisco, principal, Carol Grewal, said a focus at St. Brendan has been global hunger. “Parishioners heard homilies, read bulletin articles, and attended soup suppers during Lent to learn more about the problem,” Grewal said. She said letters “to express their concerns” about global hunger were written by parishioners and students to congresswomen Nancy Pelosi and Jackie Speier and “delivered by students of the school, along with the pastor, parish manager, and principal to staff from both offices.” Upper-grade students raised $500 to donate for overseas food deliveries, according to Grewal. In another activity, students were given tickets and were then offered the portion of a meal represented by the ticket. “So, one student might receive 40 percent of a meal while another child might receive 2 percent of the same meal,” Grewal said. “This taught the students about the amount of food that we consume in the U.S. when compared with other nations.” St. Brendan’s as a community is dedicated “to ending global hunger by 2030,” Grewal said. Pictured are Grewal, pastor Father Roger Gustafson, parishioners and students before delivery of letters on world hunger to local offices of congresswomen Jackie Speier and Nancy Pelosi. (Courtesy Photo)

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May 25, 2017 - St. Thomas the Apostle School, San Francisco; Our Lady of Loretto Parish, Novato; Sacred Heart Cathedral Preparatory, San Francisco; Star of the Sea School, San Francisco.



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Around the Archdiocese - St. Brendan Parish and School, San Francisco

Around the Archdiocese - St. Brendan Parish and School, San Francisco

by Karessa McCartney | 09 May, 2017
Lent was certainly a prep time for Easter but also a time for looking ahead at ways of serving others. In a note to Catholic San Francisco, principal, Carol Grewal, said a focus at St. Brendan has been global hunger. “Parishioners heard homilies, read bulletin articles, and attended soup suppers during Lent to learn more about the problem,” Grewal said. She said letters “to express their concerns” about global hunger were written by parishioners and students to congresswomen Nancy Pelosi and Jackie Speier and “delivered by students of the school, along with the pastor, parish manager, and principal to staff from both offices.” Upper-grade students raised $500 to donate for overseas food deliveries, according to Grewal. In another activity, students were given tickets and were then offered the portion of a meal represented by the ticket. “So, one student might receive 40 percent of a meal while another child might receive 2 percent of the same meal,” Grewal said. “This taught the students about the amount of food that we consume in the U.S. when compared with other nations.” St. Brendan’s as a community is dedicated “to ending global hunger by 2030,” Grewal said. Pictured are Grewal, pastor Father Roger Gustafson, parishioners and students before delivery of letters on world hunger to local offices of congresswomen Jackie Speier and Nancy Pelosi. (Courtesy Photo)

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May 11, 2017 - Archbishop visits Our Lady of Mercy, Daly City; Archbishop visits St. Agnes, St. Ignatius parishes, San Francisco; St. Brendan Parish and School, San Francisco; Catholic Charities Loaves and Fishes dinner; St. Brendan Parish, San Francisco: Helpers for a “Personal Safety in the 21st Century” presentation.

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Around the Archdiocese - St. Brendan Parish and School, San Francisco

Around the Archdiocese - St. Brendan Parish and School, San Francisco

by Karessa McCartney | 09 May, 2017
Lent was certainly a prep time for Easter but also a time for looking ahead at ways of serving others. In a note to Catholic San Francisco, principal, Carol Grewal, said a focus at St. Brendan has been global hunger. “Parishioners heard homilies, read bulletin articles, and attended soup suppers during Lent to learn more about the problem,” Grewal said. She said letters “to express their concerns” about global hunger were written by parishioners and students to congresswomen Nancy Pelosi and Jackie Speier and “delivered by students of the school, along with the pastor, parish manager, and principal to staff from both offices.” Upper-grade students raised $500 to donate for overseas food deliveries, according to Grewal. In another activity, students were given tickets and were then offered the portion of a meal represented by the ticket. “So, one student might receive 40 percent of a meal while another child might receive 2 percent of the same meal,” Grewal said. “This taught the students about the amount of food that we consume in the U.S. when compared with other nations.” St. Brendan’s as a community is dedicated “to ending global hunger by 2030,” Grewal said. Pictured are Grewal, pastor Father Roger Gustafson, parishioners and students before delivery of letters on world hunger to local offices of congresswomen Jackie Speier and Nancy Pelosi. (Courtesy Photo)

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July 14, 2016 - St. Stephen School, San Francisco Blessed Virgin Mary's crowning, Sacred Heart Prep (Atherton) tennis player Sara Choy, Mercy High School, Burlingame students at Los Angeles Youth Day, St. Cecilia Parish, San Francisco renovations for 100th anniversary, "Doors of Mercy" mural at Serra High School in San Mateo.

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Around the Archdiocese - St. Brendan Parish and School, San Francisco

Around the Archdiocese - St. Brendan Parish and School, San Francisco

by Karessa McCartney | 09 May, 2017
Lent was certainly a prep time for Easter but also a time for looking ahead at ways of serving others. In a note to Catholic San Francisco, principal, Carol Grewal, said a focus at St. Brendan has been global hunger. “Parishioners heard homilies, read bulletin articles, and attended soup suppers during Lent to learn more about the problem,” Grewal said. She said letters “to express their concerns” about global hunger were written by parishioners and students to congresswomen Nancy Pelosi and Jackie Speier and “delivered by students of the school, along with the pastor, parish manager, and principal to staff from both offices.” Upper-grade students raised $500 to donate for overseas food deliveries, according to Grewal. In another activity, students were given tickets and were then offered the portion of a meal represented by the ticket. “So, one student might receive 40 percent of a meal while another child might receive 2 percent of the same meal,” Grewal said. “This taught the students about the amount of food that we consume in the U.S. when compared with other nations.” St. Brendan’s as a community is dedicated “to ending global hunger by 2030,” Grewal said. Pictured are Grewal, pastor Father Roger Gustafson, parishioners and students before delivery of letters on world hunger to local offices of congresswomen Jackie Speier and Nancy Pelosi. (Courtesy Photo)

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June 9, 2016 - St. Vincent de Paul members from St. Andrew's Parish, Daly City; "Heroes of Hope" from Our Lady of Angels School, Burlingame; Competitive Civics class from Sacred Heart School, Atherton in New York City.

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Around the Archdiocese - St. Brendan Parish and School, San Francisco

Around the Archdiocese - St. Brendan Parish and School, San Francisco

by Karessa McCartney | 09 May, 2017
Lent was certainly a prep time for Easter but also a time for looking ahead at ways of serving others. In a note to Catholic San Francisco, principal, Carol Grewal, said a focus at St. Brendan has been global hunger. “Parishioners heard homilies, read bulletin articles, and attended soup suppers during Lent to learn more about the problem,” Grewal said. She said letters “to express their concerns” about global hunger were written by parishioners and students to congresswomen Nancy Pelosi and Jackie Speier and “delivered by students of the school, along with the pastor, parish manager, and principal to staff from both offices.” Upper-grade students raised $500 to donate for overseas food deliveries, according to Grewal. In another activity, students were given tickets and were then offered the portion of a meal represented by the ticket. “So, one student might receive 40 percent of a meal while another child might receive 2 percent of the same meal,” Grewal said. “This taught the students about the amount of food that we consume in the U.S. when compared with other nations.” St. Brendan’s as a community is dedicated “to ending global hunger by 2030,” Grewal said. Pictured are Grewal, pastor Father Roger Gustafson, parishioners and students before delivery of letters on world hunger to local offices of congresswomen Jackie Speier and Nancy Pelosi. (Courtesy Photo)

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Cotters flattened
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Irish Help at Home flattened
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