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placeholder Taking a stand
for peace

Bishop Barber responds
to hate marches

Archbishop:
Message of Fatima
can be found
in silence

Catholics@Work announces
17th speaker series beginning Sept. 12

Hundreds gather
to honor patroness
of diocese
in Bay Point


Obituaries

Astrophysicist,
devout Catholic
Ron Olowin
dies at 72

Sister Mary Paschal Elvin, PBVM

Sharon Abercrombie


Father Vazhappilly authors new book

Book explores
Sisters' political
stances


Fall Festivals

Parish festivals
a time of food,
fun and fellowship

Keeping festivals
safe for everyone


College
Information Guide

Saint Mary's
students live and
learn in community

HNU students experience signature 'radical hospitality'

New dean at USF School of Education

Upcoming courses

University brings Catholic worldview
to law, health care

New
president-rector,
Father Schultze installed at
St. Patrick's
seminary


Registration open
for Faith Formation Conference

Walk for the Poor
Sept. 30

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placeholder September 4, 2017   •   VOL. 55, NO. 15   •   Oakland, CA
Walk for the Poor Sept. 30

Supporters of the St. Vincent de Paul Conferences and Contra Costa District Council will lace up their walking shoes Sept. 30 for three Friends of the Poor Walks in Contra Costa County.

The walks will take place from 9 to 11 a.m. Sept. 30 at St. Isidore Parish Grass Field, 440 La Gonda Way, Danville; St. Agnes Church, 3966 Chestnut Ave., Concord; and St. Paul Church, 1845 Church Lane, San Pablo.

All Friends of the Poor Walk funds remain in Contra Costa County to help the poor through St. Vincent de Paul programs, including food pantries, free dining room, free medical clinic, dental program for the uninsured, job training program, daytime homeless shelter and thrift stores.

To participate or make a pledge, visit www.fopwalk.org, select Walk for "Contra Costa County" or a local church.

 
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