Legalizing Marijuana: Catholic leaders are urging voters to reject propositions to allow recreational marijuana
Preview: San Francisco's Temenos Catholic Worker house, the ministry founded by the Rev. River Sims, takes the Worker mission to the city's front lines.
Eco Catholic: The initiative launches April 23 with a workshop for evaluating the environmental sustainability of parish activities through the lens of Catholic values.
St. Ignatius College Preparatory High School has suspended 14 students for attending an Jan. 23 outdoor party that "had an inappropriate theme with racial overtones and racist implications."
Tens of thousands of people rallied in San Francisco's Civic Center Plaza Jan. 23 and then walked down Market Street for the 12th annual Walk for Life West Coast.
Teachers at four Catholic high schools, under pressure from the San Francisco archbishop to adhere to church teaching in their personal lives, narrowly accepted a union agreement with the archdiocese.
An assemblymember called the hearing because he said he is worried about the impact of Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone's proposed changes on the schools.
Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone's supporters, however, agreed with him that transgender identity is a disorder.
"The religious fabric of the San Francisco archdiocese has been torn, and it did not need to happen. Intentionally or not, it has been wrenched."
"Bold," "brazen," "courageous," "combative," "timely" and "bombshell" were among descriptions that greeted the appointment of Salvatore Cordileone to San Francisco.