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CSF February 2023 Isssue

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

Celebrating the outstanding achievements of our schools and students
My role as superintendent has been to sustain the work of the Church by supporting our presidents, principals, teachers and staff spiritually and professionally, creating a climate where Christ is… Read More
Homily for Solemn Vespers presented by Metropolitan Gerasimos of San Francisco
To gather before our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ  to show him that we still strive to live according to his words to his disciples, “that they may be one,… Read More
Yearning for Unity
January 2024 commemorates the 60th anniversary of the historic, break-through meeting in Jerusalem on the slopes of the Mount of Olives between Pope St. Paul VI and Ecumenical Patriarch Athenagoras.… Read More
An Ignatian life of service, family and prayer: SI honors Bob Drucker
On Nov. 19, the SI awarded their highest honor, the Christ the King Award, to Drucker, a 1958 alum. Joining the faculty of SI in 1965 to teach history and… Read More
Tens of thousands rally at 20th annual Walk for Life West Coast
Undaunted by rain and the dismal political outlook in California, tens of thousands of prolife supporters turned out for the 20th annual Walk for Life West Coast on Jan. 20… Read More
Stella Maris Students win awards for Daughters of the American Revolution essay contest
Stella Maris students again earned top honors in the local chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution essay contest. This year, the students wrote their history essays on American… Read More
Missionary call summons Daughters of St. Paul to Southern California, leaving indelible spiritual mark on the Archdiocese
St. Paul’s life was marked by travel and missionary work, founding Christian communities in Greece and Asia Minor, and encouraging Christians in various communities by writing to them and praying… Read More
Curtin siblings join forces at Archbishop Riordan High School
Curtin siblings Joey, Danny, and Jennifer grew up in Noe Valley and the Cayunga Terrace neighborhoods in San Francisco, attending St. Paul Catholic School. While high school separated them, they… Read More
Modern-day Eucharistic miracles help those who have “lost God” find hope (and evidence) that Jesus is the Eucharist
21st-century Eucharistic miracles provide us with validated scientific evidence that it truly is the body, blood, soul and divinity of Jesus.
Faithful winter respite
“What started out to be a one-year emergency shelter is entering its 35th year,” said Michael Pappas, who succeeded Semel as executive director of the San Francisco Interfaith Council 18… Read More
Former Pussycat Doll to speak at Walk for Life
Being chosen out of 2,000 other girls to be a member of the popular girl band the Pussycat Dolls seemed like a dream come true to teen-aged Kaya Jones. But… Read More

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