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Tuesday, April 30, 2019

May 25 dedication planned for new church in Perris

I’m Catholic and LGBT: Cal State LA student tries to keep his religious views, moral views, and political views all separate
May 25 dedication planned for new church in Perris: $7 million, 1500-seat St. James the Less Church has received certificate of occupancy from Riverside County
Pope donates $500,000 to help migrants stranded in Mexico: Archdiocese of Tijuana among 16 Mexican dioceses and religious congregations that will receive money to provide food, lodging, and basic necessities to migrants

Judges block Protect Life Rule: Planned Parenthood was set to lose about $60 million in federal funding as a result of changes in Title X funding rules
San Diego bishop reacts to fatal synagogue shooting: Bishop Robert McElroy expresses "profound sadness and outrage," asks priests to include victims and the Jewish community in petitions at Sunday Masses

Arrest made in vandalism at Fresno Cathedral: Police say suspect caused more than $25,000 in damages to stained glass windows and religious statues at St. John’s Cathedral in downtown Fresno
East Palo Alto living Stations of the Cross draws hundreds: Several hundred people gathered April 19 at Jack Farrell Park in East Palo Alto, the afternoon of Good Friday
“A plague of misery on a scale never known before”: Phoenix Bishop Thomas Olmsted tells National Catholic Prayer Breakfast the disaster predicted by Pope St. Paul VI in the encyclical Humanae vitae has come to pass

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