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1 Corinthians 1:13

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

A special year of Marian veneration

A special year of Marian veneration, a new adoration chapel, and an award for a lifetime of work for the "common good."


Read the full issue here
Marian devotion
Archdiocese to be 'spiritually united' to Blessed Virgin.  MORE

New Adoration chapel
'Holy endeavor' for Star of the Sea parish.  MORE

Learning about Fatima
New webpage aids celebration of centenary. MORE

Holy Week & Easter Triduum
Local parishes advertise their liturgies. MORE

'Common Good' award
Violence prevention innovator wins USF prize.  MORE

Women religious mark jubilees
From 40-60 years of religious life.  MORE

Adoration for school children
St. Pius School expands hours. MORE

Nation, World and Vatican
Revitalizing the church together
Author's vision teams clergy and laity. MORE

Pro-life advocates charged
Facing 15 felony counts for undercover videos. MORE

The 'terrible sin' of sloth
Pope says stop blaming and complaining. MORE

AND ...
On the Street Where You Live by Tom Burke
St. Tim's new young adult leader.   MORE

Voices:
Father Ron Rolheiser:
"Good Friday was bad long before it was good." MORE

George Weigel:
"This novel is an especially appropriate read during Lent 2017."  MORE

Scripture Reflection:
Father Charles Puthota:
"The cross has the power to cut through our hearts and convict us."  MORE

Letters from readers:
A million marched
"On Jan. 21, Presentation sisters and associates, along with a million men and women across the world, marched against Trump’s positions." MORE

Seminary questions:
"We are very concerned about the future of the seminary. We who will be pastored by priests need answers."  MORE

Upcoming events:
Handicapables Mass at noon then lunch in lower halls, St. Mary’s Cathedral, Gough Street at Geary Boulevard, San Francisco. All disabled people, caregivers invited. Volunteers welcome, Joanne Borodin, (415) 239-4865; handicapables.com.
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