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  • Jesuits minister to the world’s poor and forgotten

    The Society of Jesus, known as the Jesuits, first came to the San Francisco archdiocese in 1849 when Father Michael Accolti, SJ, and Father John Nobili, SJ, sailed on the lumber ship “O.C. Raymond” from Oregon to San Francisco, disembarking Dec. 8 on the feast of the Immaculate Conception, not in search of gold but of a chance, as Accolti wrote, “to do a little good.”
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  • Salesians mark Don Bosco bicentenary

    Northern California Salesians including more than 800 students from Salesian high schools, middle schools and elementary schools from as far away as Watsonville celebrated the feast day of St. John Bosco on Jan. 31 at Sts. Peter and Paul Church in San Francisco.
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  • Presentation Sisters: Called to education and works of justice

    On Sunday, Nov. 16, the Sisters of the Presentation celebrated the 160th anniversary of their founding in San Francisco on Nov. 13, 1854. Sisters, associates, staff, co-ministers, friends, and many alumnae of our schools joined in the celebration.
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  • Archbishop announces clergy appointments

    Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone announced the following clergy appointments Jan. 17 from the office of Father Raymund Reyes, vicar for clergy. These are called a “first list of appointments and changes in the assignment cycle,” with some already in effect.
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  • Dominican Sisters of San Rafael intertwined with history of archdiocese

    Catholic San Francisco is featuring one religious congregation from the archdiocese in each installment of this periodic column “Wake Up the World!” marking the Vatican’s Year of Consecrated Life.
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  • Vocation anyone? High school boys get chance to discern priesthood

    High school is a time when teens are considering what to do with their lives – and the Archdiocese of San Francisco is offering young men an opportunity to learn a bit more about the priesthood and religious life.
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