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  CURRENT ISSUE:   April 26 , 2010   •   VOL. 48, NO. 8   •   Oakland, California
Bishop details local, Vatican
actions in Kiesle case

Responding to reports concerning Pope Benedict XVI's response to abuse accusations in the Oakland Diocese, Bishop Cordileone offers a complete account of events in the 1970s and 80s.        >>>
 
Also see a timeline of diocesan responses to sex abuse.
Peace leaders urge support of treaty to ban nuclear weapons
Non-governmental organizations could make a significant contribution to nuclear disarmament by supporting a treaty, declared speakers at a panel discussion at Maryknoll headquarters in New York.              >>>
MSJ Dominicans first stop for Visitation team
Fremont sisters are the first community visited by representatives of a Vatican apostolic delegation looking into the quality of life of U.S. congregations of women religious.              >>>

 
Memorial Mass
in Martinez

Jesuit Father Marek Kruszynski celebrates a memorial Mass, April 18, at Our Lady of Immigrants Polish Center in Martinez for Poland’s President Lech Kaczynski, his wife, and 94 civic and religious leaders killed in a plane crash April 10 while on their way to a ceremony marking the Soviet massacre in the Katyn Forest, 70 years ago, of more than 20,000 members of Poland’s elite officer corps. Bishop Emeritus John Cummins (right) joined in the liturgy at which the local Polish community also prayed for the Katyn victims and their families. A Catholic archbishop and eight priests were among the plane crash victims.
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