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    https://d2wldr9tsuuj1b.cloudfront.net/19271/slideshows/homeCustom1150x440/MAR%2009%20Pius%20X%20Dinner%20photo.jpg Joy of teaching: Catechists reflect on decades of service Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone congratulates Our Lady of Angels parishioner Johna Maychrowitz during the Pius X Awards Dinner May 9 at St. Mary’s Cathedral. Maychrowitz has taught faith formation for 57 years. The annual awards honor all those involved in serving the church’s catechetical work. (Photos by Dennis Callahan/Catholic San Francisco) Read More https://catholic-sf.org/news/joy-of-teaching-catechists-reflect-on-decades-of-service _self
    https://d2wldr9tsuuj1b.cloudfront.net/19271/slideshows/homeCustom1150x440/MAR%2001%205.16.19_farm2.woman.IMG_9237.jpg Change by the bushel: Farm program helps homeless Juliana Veneziano and Natalie Mazzanti at Potrero Nuevo Farm in Half Moon Bay May 9. The women work at the Full Circle Food Justice program, which hires homeless men and women to grow food that is given away to needy families. (Photos by Nicholas Wolfram Smith/Catholic San Francisco) Read More https://catholic-sf.org/news/change-by-the-bushel-farm-program-helps-homeless _self
    https://d2wldr9tsuuj1b.cloudfront.net/19271/slideshows/homeCustom1150x440/MAR%2005%203a_pickingflavorss.jpg Gelato and a stroll with Father Armand Oliveri, 99 After surveying the freezer case of two dozen gelato flavors carefully for several minutes, Father Oliveri chose a small cup of vanilla bean. Despite his anticipation of the weekly treat it curiously sat untouched in front of him for several minutes. “He is such a polite man,” Dandy Palaganas, his primary caregiver tells us. “Even at home he will not touch his food if he is the only one at a table eating.” Read More https://catholic-sf.org/news/gelato-and-a-stroll-with-father-armand-oliveri-99 _self
    https://d2wldr9tsuuj1b.cloudfront.net/19271/slideshows/homeCustom1150x440/MAR%2006%206.5.19_Deacons%20USE.jpg Three seminarians to be ordained to the priesthood May 18 Catholic San Francisco spoke with Deacon Kyle J. Faller, Deacon Ernesto M. Jandonero and Deacon Michael P. Rocha, seminarians who will become the newest priests of the archdiocese when they are ordained May 18 at 10 a.m. at St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Archbishop Cordileone has issued the three men their first parish assignments: Deacon Faller, St. Pius Parish, Redwood City; Deacon Jandonero, St. Hilary Parish, Tiburon; Deacon Rocha, Church of the Epiphany, San Francisco. Read More https://catholic-sf.org/news/three-seminarians-to-be-ordained-to-the-priesthood-may-18 _self
    https://d2wldr9tsuuj1b.cloudfront.net/19271/slideshows/homeCustom1150x440/MAR%2008%205.16.19_ADSF2019_Student%20Confirmations.jpg Archbishop confirms students, urges them to discern ‘the gift God gave you’ Archbishop Cordileone confirmed 291 confirmands at St. Mary’s Cathedral May 4, the majority of them eighth graders from 19 parishes and schools. Two-thousand worshippers attended. (Photo by Dennis Callahan/Catholic San Francisco) Read More https://catholic-sf.org/photoalbums/archbishop-confirms-students-urges-them-to-discern-the-gift-god-gave-you _self
    https://d2wldr9tsuuj1b.cloudfront.net/19271/slideshows/homeCustom1150x440/MAR%2020%205.16.19_CNS-KRAJEWSKI-LESBOS-POLITICS.jpg Cardinal visits refugees in Greek camps as political solutions falter Andreas Gougoulis, the Greek government’s secretary-general for reception, gestures as Cardinal Konrad Krajewski, papal almoner, tours the Moria refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesbos May 9, 2019. (CNS Photo/Vatican Media) Read More https://catholic-sf.org/news/cardinal-visits-refugees-in-greek-camps-as-political-solutions-falter _self
    https://d2wldr9tsuuj1b.cloudfront.net/19271/slideshows/homeCustom1150x440/MAR%2026%205.16.19_around.st.robert.jpg Around the archdiocese: St. Robert School, San Bruno Students from St. Robert Parish in San Bruno volunteered during their spring break in assisting the Lions Club with a Special Olympics basketball event. The event director stated that they were “the best volunteers they have ever had,” vice principal B. Lopez said in an email to Catholic San Francisco. “We are so proud of these REAL KIDS!” See More https://catholic-sf.org/photoalbums/may-16-2019 _self
    https://d2wldr9tsuuj1b.cloudfront.net/19271/slideshows/homeCustom1150x440/MAR%2026%20sfc%205.12.19.%20Px%201.%20HMB.%20Pimentel.%20%20Julio%20Lopez%20dad%20left%20his%20son%20Naels.jpg Migrant family from Honduras finds welcome in Half Moon Bay Missionaries of Jesus Sister Norma Pimentel attended Mass at Our Lady of the Pillar Church in Half Moon Bay April 28 during a visit to the Bay Area to discuss her work creating a relief center in Texas for U.S.-bound refugees detained at the border. (Photo by Lorena Rojas/San Francisco Católico) Read More https://catholic-sf.org/news/migrant-family-from-honduras-finds-welcome-in-half-moon-bay-1 _self
    https://d2wldr9tsuuj1b.cloudfront.net/19271/slideshows/homeCustom1150x440/MAR%20dignity%20of%20human%20life%2005.09.19.jpg Thousands gather in Times Square to celebrate the dignity of human life A woman prays as she and others attend the "Alive From New York," which drew thousands of pro-life supporters to Times Square May 4, 2019, to cap New York Life Week, which began on Divine Mercy Sunday, April 28. (CNS photo/Mary DiBiase Blaich for Catholic New York) Read More https://catholic-sf.org/news/thousands-gather-in-times-square-to-celebrate-the-dignity-of-human-life _self