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    https://d2y1pz2y630308.cloudfront.net/19271/slideshows/homeCustom1150x440/MAR%2003%20second%20graders.jpg Second graders finish first Communion prep via Zoom Public school students prepared for the sacraments of first reconciliation and first Communion over Zoom teleconferencing after city and state stay-at-home orders canceled their second grade Sunday school class at St. Ignatius Parish in San Francisco. The children will receive the sacraments when public Masses resume in the archdiocese. (Courtesy photo) Read More https://catholic-sf.org/news/second-graders-finish-first-communion-prep-via-zoom _self
    https://d2y1pz2y630308.cloudfront.net/19271/slideshows/homeCustom1150x440/MAR%2004%20Rel%20Ed.jpg Pandemic spurs home delivery of religious education A screen grab of “Voyagers,” a YouTube religious education program for preschoolers by St. Brendan Parish in San Francisco. (Catholic San Francisco) Read More https://catholic-sf.org/news/pandemic-spurs-home-delivery-of-religious-education _self
    https://d2y1pz2y630308.cloudfront.net/19271/slideshows/homeCustom1150x440/MAR%2006%20Good%20Shepherd%20Sunday.jpg Cathedral parishioners cheer archbishop on Good Shepherd Sunday A group of St. Mary’s Cathedral parishioners gathered at the foot of the cathedral steps Sunday, May 3, holding handmade signs and banners to greet Archbishop Cordileone after he celebrated the 11 a.m. Mass. (Photo by Dennis Callahan, courtesy St. Mary’s Cathedral) Read More https://catholic-sf.org/news/cathedral-parishioners-cheer-archbishop-on-good-shepherd-sunday _self
    https://d2y1pz2y630308.cloudfront.net/19271/slideshows/homeCustom1150x440/MAR%2006%20Nigerian.jpg Priest, nurse fortify Nigerian villagers against lockdown hunger Rural Nigerian villagers practice social distancing as they wait to receive bags of food and soap provided by San Francisco-based Mother of Mercy Charitable Foundation. Father Edward Inyanwachi, pastor of St. Patrick Parish in the Diocese of Abakaliki in Ebonyi state and co-founder of the nonprofit, is helping sustain his parish members amid the global pandemic crisis. Father Inyanwachi and community members are pictured with bags of food in front of a parish building. (Courtesy photo) Read More https://catholic-sf.org/news/priest-nurse-feed-nigerian-villagers-in-lockdown-hunger _self
    https://d2y1pz2y630308.cloudfront.net/19271/slideshows/homeCustom1150x440/MAR%2009%20Tenderloin.jpg Lawsuit: Tenderloin poses ‘dire public health problem’ A worker in an isolation suit is seen April 30, 2020, power-washing the plaza of San Francisco’s main public library, next to a row of tents. The library borders the Tenderloin neighborhood, which a federal lawsuit claims has become “an immediate and dire public health problem” because of escalating drug use and homelessness. (Photo by Dennis Callahan/Catholic San Francisco) Read More https://catholic-sf.org/news/suit-against-san-francisco-claims-tenderloin-poses-dire-public-health-problem _self
    https://d2y1pz2y630308.cloudfront.net/19271/slideshows/homeCustom1150x440/MAR%2011%20mental%20and%20spiritual%20health%20care.jpg As parishes reopen, mental and spiritual health care need attention A woman has her temperature checked before entering St. Peter’s Basilica at the Vatican May 18, 2020, after the basilica reopened to the public during the COVID-19 pandemic. Massgoers face an emotional adjustment as Mass resumes under restrictions, a community counselor says. (CNS photo/Remo Casilli, Reuters) Read More https://catholic-sf.org/news/as-parishes-reopen-mental-and-spiritual-health-care-need-attention _self
    https://d2y1pz2y630308.cloudfront.net/19271/slideshows/homeCustom1150x440/MAR%2003%20COVID.jpg COVID spread among homeless puts spotlight on city response Tents are seen on a sidewalk in San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury neighborhood April 29, 2020. With homeless individuals making up nearly 10% of COVID-19 cases in San Francisco, city officials are looking at ways to best provide care to the vulnerable population. (Photo by Dennis Callahan/Catholic San Francisco) Read More https://catholic-sf.org/news/covid-spread-among-homeless-puts-spotlight-on-citys-response _self
    https://d2y1pz2y630308.cloudfront.net/19271/slideshows/homeCustom1150x440/MAR%2001%20Mision.jpg San Francisco studies pandemic’s impact on Latinos Irene Márquez, 68, has recovered from COVID-19 and is back at work, but the experience has left her frightened. (Photo by Zac Witmer/San Francisco Católico) Read More https://catholic-sf.org/news/san-francisco-studies-pandemics-impact-on-latinos _self