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    https://d2y1pz2y630308.cloudfront.net/19271/slideshows/homeCustom1150x440/MAR%2001%20Mass%20restrictions_AB%20Monst.jpg Archbishop: SF Mass restrictions ‘mocking God’ Archbishop Cordileone, flanked by Jesuit Father John Piderit and Father Michael Rocha, leads a eucharistic procession from Civic Center Plaza to St. Mary’s Cathedral Sept. 20. The archbishop held the march to protest San Francisco’s limits on public worship and called for equal treatment in it’s reopening plan. (Photo by Dennis Callahan/Office of Human Life & Dignity) Read More https://catholic-sf.org/news/archbishop-cordileone-san-francisco-mass-restrictions-mocking-god _self
    https://d2y1pz2y630308.cloudfront.net/19271/slideshows/homeCustom1150x440/MAR%2001%20Mass%20restrictions_Mission.jpg Archbishop: SF Mass restrictions ‘mocking God’ Catholics march through the Mission District in SF Sept. 20 in a eucharistic procession to urge city officials to further ease limits on worship attendance, saying the Eucharist should be considered an essential service. In an effort called by Archbishop Cordileone to highlight what he said is unfair application of pandemic public health guidelines on worship gatherings, Catholics processed from Civic Center Plaza to St. Mary’s Cathedral. (Photo by Dennis Callahan/Office of Human Life & Dignity/Archdiocese of San Francisco) Read More https://catholic-sf.org/news/archbishop-cordileone-san-francisco-mass-restrictions-mocking-god _self
    https://d2y1pz2y630308.cloudfront.net/19271/slideshows/homeCustom1150x440/MAR%2001%20Seminarians.jpg Archdiocese welcomes 10 to priestly formation Ten men from the Archdiocese of San Francisco began seminary studies this year, the largest group of new archdiocesan seminarians in years. Including them, the archdiocese now has 17 men in formation. Read More https://catholic-sf.org/news/archdiocese-welcomes-10-to-priestly-formation _self
    https://d2y1pz2y630308.cloudfront.net/19271/slideshows/homeCustom1150x440/MAR%2001%20Mass%20restrictions_St.%20Patrick.jpg Archbishop: SF Mass restrictions ‘mocking God’ Catholics marched through the Mission District in San Francisco Sept. 20 in a eucharistic procession to urge city officials to further ease limits on worship attendance. In addition to the procession from the Mission, Catholics departed from other parishes including St. Patrick. (Photo by Dennis Callahan/Office of Human Life & Dignity/Archdiocese of San Francisco) Read More https://catholic-sf.org/news/archbishop-cordileone-san-francisco-mass-restrictions-mocking-god _self
    https://d2y1pz2y630308.cloudfront.net/19271/slideshows/homeCustom1150x440/MAR%2002%20Pantry.jpg St. Agnes food pantry recipients defy definition The St. Agnes pantry has helped Bill Clarke, 63, who moved from apartment to auto in January after his restaurant went belly-up. Clarke is pictured in the Marina District on Sept. 16 carrying out volunteer duties to keep the neighborhood trash-free. (Photo by Dennis Callahan/Catholic San Francisco) Read More https://catholic-sf.org/news/st-agnes-food-pantry-recipients-defy-definition _self
    https://d2y1pz2y630308.cloudfront.net/19271/slideshows/homeCustom1150x440/MAR%2001%20Mass%20restrictions_City%20Hall.jpg Archbishop Cordileone: San Francisco Mass restrictions ‘mocking God’ Catholics gathered at Civic Center Plaza before heading north to St. Mary’s Cathedral, which had 18 physically distanced Masses spread out on its grounds. (Photo by Dennis Callahan/Office of Human Life & Dignity/Archdiocese of San Francisco) Read More https://catholic-sf.org/news/archbishop-cordileone-san-francisco-mass-restrictions-mocking-god _self
    https://d2y1pz2y630308.cloudfront.net/19271/slideshows/homeCustom1150x440/MAR%2011%209.24.20_CALIF-BISHOPS-RACISM-INITIATIVE-1005169.jpg California bishops launch anti-racism initiative People in Pasadena take part in a vigil for George Floyd June 2, 2020. Demonstrations continue after a white police officer in Minnesota was caught on a bystander’s video May 25 pressing his knee into the neck of George Floyd, an African American, who was later pronounced dead at a hospital. (CNS photo/Mario Anzuoni, Reuters) Read More https://catholic-sf.org/news/catholic-bishops-of-california-launch-yearlong-anti-racism-initiative _self
    https://d2y1pz2y630308.cloudfront.net/19271/slideshows/homeCustom1150x440/MAR%2001%20Mass%20restrictions_Drone.jpg Archbishop: SF Mass restrictions ‘mocking God’ Catholics gathered at St. Mary’s Cathedral, which had 18 physically distanced Masses spread out on its grounds. In his homily, Archbishop Cordileone repeatedly alleged SF officials were discriminating against Catholics and argued that indoor worship should receive equal treatment as the city allows indoor activities to resume. (Photo by Dennis Callahan/Office of Human Life & Dignity/Archdiocese of San Francisco) Read More https://catholic-sf.org/news/archbishop-cordileone-san-francisco-mass-restrictions-mocking-god _self
    https://d2y1pz2y630308.cloudfront.net/19271/slideshows/homeCustom1150x440/MAR%2008%20turning%20point%20Texas%20archbishop.jpg Texas archbishop: Pandemic must be ‘turning point’ Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller of San Antonio said that “we do not know exactly what God has in store for us,” but he hopes that while “we wait and work” for this COVID-19 crisis to be over, it will not “just be an episode in history from which we recovered.” Read More https://catholic-sf.org/news/pastoral-urges-catholics-to-draw-closer-to-god-one-another-amid-pandemic _self