Sounds rather ominous to call my current Santa Teresa Church and Community in San Jose, California, a pandemic parish!
The stories and legacies of women leaders convey a bold response to God’s calling.
Standing ovations rarely occur at Sunday Lenten liturgies, especially Sunday Masses at 8:30 a.m.
All week, I thought about the 40 Days for Life procession with Bishop Cantú to Planned Parenthood.
We visited Pope Francis for the sposi novelli blessing, where Pope Francis blesses couples married within the past two months.
The Victims Assistance Coordinators of the Dioceses of California developed and offered a virtual, faith-based retreat series—Six Steps in Your Healing Journey.
As a child, I was painfully shy. Still, I would happily spend hours coloring and working on any art or craft.
When the Las Vegas Raiders announced their new head coach and general manager Jan. 28, it was not just sports news but news for Catholic higher education.
Her internationally recognized works reflected her faith.
God likes to intervene behind the scenes and without fanfare, always ready to help and lift people up.
Amid the smoldering ashes of his family's home, Tom found hope in a symbol of his deep Catholic faith.
At his death at age 93, the Philippines-born Catholic was one of the remaining witnesses to the Bataan Death March carried out by the Japanese military.
With so many problems and challenges in the world, people can find strength in St. Joseph.
Archbishop Mitty student receives diocesan Kecharitomene Award
"First Communion made me feel like I belonged to a bigger family, God’s greatest masterpiece."
Together, pilgrims all, we will sing our faith that God is still here!
The director of facilities truly cares for the school and its people.
As I head down the hill for my evening walk, a giant full moon looms ahead. A harvest moon, this being a Midwestern October. I say a prayer of gratitude.
New Quarterly Print and Monthly Email Publications to Inspire Missionary Disciples across the Diocese of San José
Many remember Monsignor Eugene Boyle as a social justice activist.
Enter “Little Saigon” into a search engine, and up comes a list of several Vietnamese enclaves bearing this name.
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.
Celebrating the Quincentennial Anniversary of the Christianization of the Philippines.