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    From The Monitor to new Catholic San Francisco Magazine – the tradition continues Catholic San Francisco published its first issue Feb. 12, 1999 and concludes its 22-year run on June 17, 2021. The official archdiocesan newspaper was delivered by mail to registered parishioners, chronicled local Catholic history through news and features. Read More https://catholic-sf.org/news/from-the-monitor-to-new-catholic-san-francisco-magazine-the-tradition-continues _self
    Deacon Nicholas Case to be ordained a priest on June 19 Left, Deacon Nicholas Case will be assigned to St. Catherine of Siena Parish in San Mateo as associate pastor. He will also be priest-chaplain at Junipero Serra High School. Right, Deacon Pollette has been assigned to St. Veronica Parish, South San Francisco after his ordination. (Courtesy photos) Read More Deacon Nicholas Case's dream of diocesan priesthood to be realized at ordination _self
    Catholic San Francisco’s longest longhauler looks back Catholic San Francisco senior writer Tom Burke’s column, “On the Street Where you Live” was a reader favorite. Burke retired May 28 after 36 years with the Archdiocese of San Francisco. (File photo) Read More https://catholic-sf.org/news/csfs-longest-longhauler-looks-back _self
    Acolyte ministry brings men one step further in serving the church Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone stands with the men instituted as acolytes May 14, 2021 at St. Mary’s Cathedral. (Photo by Dennis Callahan/Catholic San Francisco) Read More https://catholic-sf.org/news/acolyte-ministry-brings-men-one-step-further-in-serving-the-church _self
    Deacon Cameron Pollette to be ordained June 19 Left, Deacon Nicholas Case will be assigned to St. Catherine of Siena Parish in San Mateo as associate pastor. He will also be priest-chaplain at Junipero Serra High School. Right, Deacon Pollette has been assigned to St. Veronica Parish, South San Francisco after his ordination. (Courtesy photos) Read More https://catholic-sf.org/news/deacon-cameron-polette-to-be-ordained-june-19 _self
    Migrants fleeing religious persecution find refuge in SF Augusto Cesar Noguera, Damaris Berrios and their son Augusto Jose are pictured at St. Peter Parish in San Francisco May 22 more than two years after fleeing their home country of Nicaragua. The family faced death threats for condemning government policies and tactics that conflicted with their Catholic values. (Courtesy photo) Read More https://catholic-sf.org/news/migrants-fleeing-religious-persecution-find-refuge-in-sf _self
    Archbishop gives music conservatory students personal tour of cathedral Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone invited 40 students of the San Francisco Conservatory of Music to the Cathedral of St. Mary of the Assumption May 24 for a personal tour along with SFCM Humanities chair Nikolaus Hohmann. (Photo by Dennis Callahan/Catholic San Francisco) Read More https://catholic-sf.org/news/archbishop-gives-music-conservatory-students-personal-tour-of-cathedral _self
    "Before I formed you in the womb I knew You" Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone releases of his first pastoral letter, “Before I Formed You in the Womb I Knew You.” The letter focuses on the dignity of the unborn, the reception of Holy Communion, and the responsibilities of Catholics in public life. The full letter is available to read or download at InTheWomb.org, along with explanatory resources and an opportunity to subscribe to receive notice of upcoming related events. Visit InTheWomb.org https://sfarch.org/inthewomb _self