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Being Catholic in San Francisco means being on mission—but not alone. In our beautiful and historic coastal city, we hear echoes of our missionary past in the modern women and men who bear the same hope as those who founded our hometown. Catholic SF shares their stories and helps to bring our community of faith together.
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The ministries of the Archdiocese of San Francisco are where we welcome people and attend to their needs in Christ’s name.
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Oct 27 – 28
Conversations That Matter – The Crossroads of Science and Human Dignity–Questioning Gender: Medicine and Theology in Dialogue
Nov 06 – 07
Nov 07 – 13
Statement of Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone in Opposition to Women’s Health Protection Act of 2021
HR 3755, the misnamed “Women’s Health Protection Act of 2021,” shows to what radical extremes the supposedly “Pro-Choice” advocates in our country will go to protect what they hold most… Read More
So, what was Vatican II all about?
A short course with Mark Brumley
The Second Vatican Council remains controversial in some Catholic circles. Many people see it as involving a radical break from the Catholic past, for good or bad. Others, such as the popes since the Council, see it as a renewal and reform of the one-and-the same Catholic Church.
Tuesday nights at 7 PM PT (San Francisco) on October 5, 12, 19, 26, November 2, 9