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  CURRENT ISSUE:   May 24, 2010   •   VOL. 48, NO. 10   •   Oakland, California
Governor’s budget proposal puts children at great risk, say aid agencies
Catholic non-profit service directors in the East Bay fear that programs that assist the poor will be reduced or eliminated.          >>>
 
Pope says sex abuse ÔterrifyingĠ sin within Church
Calls the priestly sex abuse scandal a crisis that comes from inside the Church — not from an outside attack — and requires purification and penance to overcome.          >>>
 
Revised guidelines set for catechist formation in Oakland Diocese
Bishop Salvatore J. Cordileone has invited those who teach the Catholic faith to receive the proper formation for the important work of religious education.
 

 
New priest for
Diocese of Oakland

Father Ian Mendoza
ordained May 14.
Read the full text of Bishop Salvatore Cordileone’s homily.

Pennies for Peace
Second graders at St. Perpetua School in Lafayette are joining with tens of thousands of school children around the world to collect pennies for schools in Pakistan and Afghanistan started by Greg Mortenson, author of the best seller, “Three Cups of Tea.” They have studied the countries’ cultures, made posters for their school’s hallways and visited classrooms to enlist their schoolmates support for their philanthropic efforts. A single penny can buy a pencil in Afghanistan.
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