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Split Screen Shepherd
Zoom is a not a word Msgr. Michael Harriman would have connected to his retirement after 53 years as a priest of the Archdiocese of San Francisco. Not as a verb or a noun.
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God’s revelation in Jesus Christ is the foundation of all Christian faith. As followers of His, He calls us to be “Church,” that is, a people assembled to worship Him and give Him honor and glory. The distress of the restrictions on worship all throughout the COVID-19 pandemic made it more evident than ever just how important this aspect of our faith is in our lives.
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Standing up for the worker: A matter of faith
This year, 2021, is the 130th anniversary of Pope Leo XIII’s 1891 encyclical letter Rerum Novarum (The Rights and Duties of Labor), the foundational document of modern Catholic teaching on the relations of employers and employees.
Roots of Peace employees left in Afghan fear retribution by Taliban
Christina Gray Roots of Peace CEO Heidi Kuhn and her husband Gary were thwarted last month in their mission to evacuate the most vulnerable of their nearly 400 Roots of… Read More
Test scores show Catholic schools largely escaped COVID-induced ‘learning loss’
The Archdiocese of San Francisco’s herculean efforts to bring children back for in-person classroom learning during the past school year paid off, based on new scholastic test results.
Come to our Priests Retirement Luncheon
Please join us in celebrating the Archdiocese of San Francisco’s retired clergy at our Priests Retirement Luncheon on Friday, October 22, 2021.  The Luncheon will take place in Patron’s Hall… Read More
WaPo Op-Ed: Our duty to challenge Catholic politicians who support abortion rights
Salvatore J. Cordileone Prominent politicians lost no time in reacting hyperbolically to the Supreme Court’s decision refusing to enjoin Texas’s new law banning abortions after the detection of a fetal… Read More
On eve of withdrawal deadline, Roots of Peace CEO remains faithful
Christina Gray August 30, 2021 After unsuccessfully working at a safe distance to get the most vulnerable of her nearly 400 employees out of Afghanistan by Aug. 31, Roots of… Read More
Roots of Peace seeks safe passage for Afghan staff after Taliban takeover
Christina Gray Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone has issued a statement on the Kabul-based employees of Roots of Peace (a Marin County organization) and high school students from San Diego County, both currently trapped… Read More
Mercy High School Class of 2021 graduates
Mercy High School in Burlingame presented diplomas to 116 graduates on June 6 at St. Pius Church in Redwood City. Nancy Astabie was named valedictorian, and Asupa Mila as the recipient… Read More

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