EDITORIAL: Religious liberty is America’s first freedom, and as such it can’t be jettisoned without legitimate cause during this trying time of pandemic.
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This weekend, San Francisco Catholics will participate in Eucharistic processions across the city, which will join together and walk past city hall, in part to protest the city’s revised limits on public worship.
Archbishop Cordileone called the city’s restrictions on outdoor Masses “a serious deprivation of our rights as Americans under the First Amendment and our spiritual needs as people of faith.”
As California continues with a 12-person limit on outdoor Mass attendance due to the coronavirus, the Archbishop of San Francisco expands his reach, marking a very special day for Mother Teresa's Missionaries of Charity.
As California faces another wave of lockdowns and restrictions, Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone of San Francisco is making the sacraments available to the faithful any way he can.
The retired Vatican official was arrested while on vacation last week.
‘I am dismayed that there isn’t a wider embrace of the Catholic message, which the archbishop must be expected to represent,’ said a parent of five San Francisco Catholic schoolchildren.
Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone defends Catholic schools' teacher handbook against California politicians' criticism.
Proposed language in the new contracts and in a handbook emphasizes that faculty must avoid publicly challenging Church teachings on the Eucharist as well as same-sex ‘marriage.’
Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone, inspired by an assessment of U.S. seminaries, concluded that a similar study could help boost the Catholic identity of the 14 high schools under his jurisdiction.