Authors Posts by The Valley Catholic

The Valley Catholic

1919 POSTS 0 COMMENTS

Blessed Serra – Missionary ‘On Fire’ Heeding Christ’s Call

By Nancy Wiechec Catholic News Service SAN FRANCISCO -- To Andrew Galvan, Blessed Junipero Serra is a stalwart of faith and mission worthy of the title...

Laudato Si, Nostra Aetate Anniversary inspire Catholic-Jewish Relations

By Gabe Paoletti Interfaith Summer Intern, Community Relations Council of the Jewish Federation of Silicon Valley Pope Francis’ recent encyclical Laudato Si’ calls on all people worldwide,...

40th Anniversary of Canonization of Elizabeth Ann Seton Observed

By Patricia Smith Forty years ago on September 14, 1975, Pope Paul VI canonized Elizabeth Ann Seton, the first American-born saint. As he proclaimed the...

Creating Pathways of Hope and Opportunity

By Gregory R. Kepferle Gregory Kepferle is the CEO of Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County. Recently my wife and I had the invigorating experience of...

Cecil the Lion

By Gerald D. Coleman, S.S. Father Gerald Coleman, SS is Vice President for Corporate Ethics for the Daughters of Charity Health System. International outrage has been...

On a Firm Foundation: Belonging

By Mary Quilici Aumack Mary Aumack is the Executive Director of the Catholic Community Foundation of Santa Clara County Doug and I belong to a “Friday”...

Catholic Priest Who Blessed Atomic Bomb Crews – and His Conversion

By Tony Magliano Tony Magliano is an internationally syndicated social justice and peace columnist. Seventy years ago, on August 6, 1945, the single most destructive weapon...

A Eucharistic Prayer over an Awakening World

By Rev. Ron Rolheiser Oblate Father Ron Rolheiser, theologian, teacher, and award-winning author, is President of the Oblate School of Theology in San Antonio, TX. On...

“No se Puede vivir con estrés, aunque sea por motivos apostólicos”.

Por Lupita Vital Directora del Apostolado Hispano vital@dsj.org En mis vacaciones pasadas, tuve la oportunidad de descansar y leer un poco más de lo acostumbrado. Aparte de...

Un mensage del Obispo Patricio J. McGrath

Queridos amigos, ¡Bienvenidos al nuevo año escolar! El Papa Francisco ha declarado el Año Santo de la Misericordia que comienza el 8 de diciembre y termina...