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CSF February 2023 Isssue

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Keep up with the latest happenings in and around the Archdiocese.

Women called to bring their unique gifts to serve the Church and the world
More than 130 women from across the Archdiocese gathered at St. Dominic’s Catholic Church on Saturday, February 24, for the Archdiocesan Women’s Conference.
Archbishop leads prayer for family who died in apparent murder-suicide
San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone stood outside a neatly painted single story home in a quiet San Mateo neighborhood this morning and led a short prayer service for the… Read More
Catholics celebrate Chinese New Year in San Francisco
The Catholic Chinese Ministry celebrated Chinese New Year at St. Mary’s Cathedral with Mass and a banquet Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone offered the Mass and the party afterwards at the… Read More
More than 1,400 faithful join Archbishop for Rite of Election
“Tonight is the fruit of the living faith of so many who are seeking to know and spread the love of Jesus Christ., said Archbishop Cordileone. “Thank you!”
USF donors connect campus with community
A third-generation Hong Kong Catholic and MIT-educated engineer and his wife are funding a unique new University of San Francisco service scholarship to build a bridge between campus and community.
Service before self
All of us, as Catholics, use our gifts and talents to support and serve others. A way we do so is through supporting the Archdiocesan Annual Appeal.
Rev. Robert Kevin White 1935 – 2024
Fr. Robert White died peacefully on February 5, 2024. Fr. White was born in San Francisco on July 16, 1935 to Robert Keane and Mary Virginia White. He is survived… Read More
Archdiocese of San Francisco announces new Superintendent of Catholic Schools
The Archdiocese of San Francisco is pleased to announce that Chris Fisher will be the next Superintendent of the Archdiocesan Department of Catholic Schools. Chris will assume the position of… Read More
Jesus and the Jewish roots of the Eucharist
It’s precisely their Jewish faith, tradition, practices and beliefs that lay the foundation for their belief in the real presence of Jesus in the Eucharist.
Atonement: The transforming power of suffering love
The theme of atonement takes us to the very heart of the mission of Jesus Christ. Revealing the love of God as a mortal man, while bearing the conditions of… Read More
A radical “yes”: Those embracing consecrated life represent a great gift to the Church
“To our dear consecrated religious, and especially those of you celebrating milestone anniversaries of your consecration this year, we express to you a resounding and emphatic thank you to match… Read More

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