New Quarterly Print and Monthly Email Publications to Inspire Missionary Disciples across the Diocese of San José
I’m always hearing I must network to advance. Can’t I just do my job?
Ask any priest, deacon, or religious sister or brother and they will share with you how they came to know of their vocation.
The ministry of permanent deacons is a unique vocation within the Catholic Church.
There is little doubt the presence of the Zealots impacted Jesus’ life, ministry and, possibly, his death.
When Bishop Pierre DuMaine appointed Sister Mary Claude Power, PBVM, to the position of superintendent of Catholic Schools in the new Diocese of San José, he, of course, knew what he was doing.
When the Archdiocese of San Francisco established 25 parishes from 1951-1981 to meet the needs of faith-filled people in the rapidly growing Santa Clara County, it gave each pastor 20 acres of land, a loan, and a charge to form communities with newly-draw
Chỉ cần gõ mấy chữ “Little Saigon” là bạn sẽ thấy xuất hiện trên mạng nhiều khu vực mang danh hiệu nói trên tại California và các nơi khác.
4 ways to let the light of the Son shine through on social media
God’s people have always been called to journey.
“What is it about ‘the south’ anyway?” No, not “the South” of the United States, but “the south” of the Archdiocese of San Francisco.
Jan. 12: Mission Santa Clara de Asís is founded by Spanish Franciscan Missionaries on the banks of the Guadalupe River (just north of Highway 101 near the Mineta International Airport runway).
Make sure you and your spouse are thinking about the big picture.
A Reflection on Bishop Pierre DuMaine, Founding Bishop of the Diocese of San José
With the Gold Rush in 1849, the population of Santa Clara County grew rapidly, resulting in the need for both religious and educational institutions in the Santa Clara Valley.
Writing about Father Mateo Sheedy is a privilege, but remembering him during the 40th diocesan anniversary is even more so.
There’s nothing flashy about faithful intercessory prayer, but God notices. Here's how to say, “I’ll pray for you,” and mean it.
“Today, all churches were closed because of the influenza that continues to spread,” wrote Monsignor Henrique Augusto Ribeiro, pastor at Five Wounds Portuguese National Parish, in his diary on December 18, 1918.
In the 1940s, Mexicans began arriving to join Puerto Rican families in the Mayfair neighborhood of San José.
On this 40th anniversary, we remember the events leading to the formation of the Diocese of San José with great fondness.
I think that if we asked any mother what she wanted most for her child, she would likely answer, “to be happy.”
When Helen Hansen, a Chicago social worker, journeyed to the Santa Clara Valley in 1955, she would have seen orchards but also a booming suburban community on the southern edge of the Archdiocese of San Francisco.
Every assignment has been tremendously gratifying, and all have been a surprise to me.