Restrictive housing policies are a key contributor to placing Californians under serious economic pressure and at risk of homelessness.
Prompted by the shortage of priests, some in the Church are considering opening up ordination to a larger pool of men to provide the Mass and sacraments.
In line with Pope Francis’ repeated calls to better engage with this issue, the new U.S. legislation helps victims and aids states in pursuing justice for traffickers.
‘Rise’ offers personal challenges to form healthy, life-affirming habits.
As the diocese turns 30, it dedicates a beautiful edifice.
Debate continues even after net neutrality’s apparent death last year, with the U.S. bishops among the voices advocating for its retention.
In its 14th year, San Francisco’s annual march to protest abortion highlighted the value of life and harm of abortion.