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Giáo Phận Phong Chức Phó Tế Chuyển Tiếp cho hai Thầy...

Bài của Liz Sullivan Giáo hội Công giáo tại San Jose hân hoan cử hành vào ngày 3 tháng 11 một dấu chỉ của niềm...

La Diócesis Ordena a dos Seminaristas como Diáconos en Transición

Por Liz Sullivan La Iglesia Católica en San José celebró un símbolo de su fe el 3 de noviembre cuando John Hoang y Victor Trinidad...

Active Nonviolence: Rediscovering a Central Teaching of Jesus

By Tony Magliano Internationally syndicated social justice and peace columnist tmag@zoominternet.net   “But to you who hear I say, love your enemies, do good to those who hate...

When is our Life Fulfilled?

By Rev. Ron Rolheiser, OMI Theologian, teacher, award-winning author, and President of the Oblate School of Theology in San Antonio, TX   When is our life fulfilled?...

Mass Confusion

By Father Gerald D. Coleman P.S.S. Adjunct professor, Graduate Department of Pastoral Ministries, Santa Clara University There is a growing interest among some priests and laity to...

San Jose Symphonic Choir Season Opener

San Jose Symphonic Choir, con-ducted by Music Director Leroy Kromm, will present its first concert of the 2018-2019 season on December 1, at Saint...

The Joy of Saying Thank You

By Carolina Scipioni On October 14, Bishop McGrath, Bishop Cantú, along with pastors and the faithful gathered at Saint Christopher Parish for the inaugural Society...

Catholic Charities CORAL Program 2018 Christmas Card Art Contest Winners

Congratulations to the first and second place winners of the Catholic Charities 2018 Christmas Card Art Contest. Both students are fourth graders enrolled in...

Fireflies

By Gregory Kepferle CEO, Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County and President, Charities Housing Development Corporation When I was a kid growing up in Kentucky, I...

It’s the Beginning of the End-of-Life

Where do I begin? How do you begin to make end-of-life plans, let alone, think intentionally about them? Begin by thinking about the fact, if...