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COVID Vaccinations

California Bishops, Catholic health care ministries and Catholic Charities work together to promote Pfizer and Moderna vaccines as morally acceptable and medically safe and effective. 

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LATEST NEWS

 

Detention Camp
Meeting the Spiritual Needs of Unaccompanied Minors
The San Diego Convention Center, fitted with cots and not much else, is the temporary home of nearly 1,500 unaccompanied minors.  The surge at the border, the highest in 20 years, is stressing the neglected U.S. migrant and refugee systems that were designed to deal humanely with refugees seeking asylum.
Catholic Church
Catholic Bishops Will Continue to Follow the Common Good on Decisions Regarding Worship
“In light of the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent rulings striking down unreasonable restrictions on indoor public worship and the issuance of new guidelines by Governor Newsom removing legal mandates restricting worship, the Catholic Bishops of California remain committed to the complete resumption of indoor worship in a responsible and safe manner." 
Catholic Church
Catholic Bishops Will Continue to Follow the Common Good on Decisions Regarding Worship
“In light of the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent rulings striking down unreasonable restrictions on indoor public worship and the issuance of new guidelines by Governor Newsom removing legal mandates restricting worship, the Catholic Bishops of California remain committed to the complete resumption of indoor worship in a responsible and safe manner." 
Vaccination Webinar
Love Your Neighbor and Get Vaccinated; Crime Victim's Resources
The webinar discussing the safety and efficacy of the COVID-19 vaccine; marking National Crime Victims' Rights Week; Child Abuse Prevention Month and the USCCB's statement on the situation at the U.S.-Mexico border in this week's Insights.
Children at Border
Surge of Children at the Border; Condemning Asian-Targeted Attacks
Children as young as seven and eight years - old are crossing into the United States by themselves. In conjunction with San Bernardino County and Catholic Charities of San Diego, the Diocese of San Bernardino are at the helm assisting with this humanitarian crisis.

LATEST NEWS

 

Detention Camp
Meeting the Spiritual Needs of Unaccompanied Minors
The San Diego Convention Center, fitted with cots and not much else, is the temporary home of nearly 1,500 unaccompanied minors.  The surge at the border, the highest in 20 years, is stressing the neglected U.S. migrant and refugee systems that were designed to deal humanely with refugees seeking asylum.
Catholic Church
Catholic Bishops Will Continue to Follow the Common Good on Decisions Regarding Worship
“In light of the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent rulings striking down unreasonable restrictions on indoor public worship and the issuance of new guidelines by Governor Newsom removing legal mandates restricting worship, the Catholic Bishops of California remain committed to the complete resumption of indoor worship in a responsible and safe manner." 
Catholic Church
Catholic Bishops Will Continue to Follow the Common Good on Decisions Regarding Worship
“In light of the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent rulings striking down unreasonable restrictions on indoor public worship and the issuance of new guidelines by Governor Newsom removing legal mandates restricting worship, the Catholic Bishops of California remain committed to the complete resumption of indoor worship in a responsible and safe manner." 
Vaccination Webinar
Love Your Neighbor and Get Vaccinated; Crime Victim's Resources
The webinar discussing the safety and efficacy of the COVID-19 vaccine; marking National Crime Victims' Rights Week; Child Abuse Prevention Month and the USCCB's statement on the situation at the U.S.-Mexico border in this week's Insights.
Children at Border
Surge of Children at the Border; Condemning Asian-Targeted Attacks
Children as young as seven and eight years - old are crossing into the United States by themselves. In conjunction with San Bernardino County and Catholic Charities of San Diego, the Diocese of San Bernardino are at the helm assisting with this humanitarian crisis.
St. Junipero Serra & California Missions

From 1769 to 1784, Franciscan missionary Father Junípero Serra traveled up and down California, founding the first nine of California’s 21 missions. Nearly 250 years after Fr. Junípero Serra planted the seeds of Christianity in Alta California, 19 of California’s 21 missions still serve as active Catholic communities and places of worship to serve the religious needs of thousands of Californians.

  • Compendium

    Concerned with the well being of all people and their common good, the Church’s social teachings lay out what is necessary to live a dignified human life in today's world and our joint responsibility to each other to make that happen.

    The social teachings provide principles for reflection, criteria for judgment and guidelines for action.

    Examine the common themes or read the social encyclicals of last 120 years.

  • Pope Francis

    A selection of the writings from His Holiness examine the challenges facing families, our role in promoting human development while caring for our common home and what it means to evangelize in today's world.

  • world in hands

    Cherishing the many natural blessings of the Golden State while expressing growing concern with escalating threats to our world, the Catholic Bishops of California have issued a pastoral statement calling on all people to “contribute to the ecological well-being of our state.”