Archbishop is now on Twitter
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Please join in praying particularly for India. The country is suffering from a new wave of COVID-19 infections and inadequate supplies of oxygen and other infrastructure problems are exacerbating the situation, according to reports.
“There was lack of planning and lack of foresight. Otherwise, we would not have been in the awful situation we are in now,” Cardinal Gracias, archbishop of Mumbai, told Catholic New Service April 25. That day, India’s health ministry recorded nearly 354,000 new infections and more than 2,800 deaths. In the week of April 18-25, India witnessed exponential spread of the pandemic across the country. (Catholic News Service photo)
Archbishop Riordan High School joined with the Archdiocese's African American Ministry coordinator Chris Major to host a listening session on racism that included law enforcement and school leaders.
Melissa Vlach has written a blog post about the event and produced the above video.
Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone is now on Twitter.
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What's coming up:
May 1, 8 a.m. _ Archbishop Cordileone offers Monthly Mass for Life at St. Mary's Cathedral on the Memorial of St. Joseph the Worker. Pro-life advocates will walk to Planned Parenthood and pray at 1522 Bush Street.
May 4 - June 8, 7-8:30 p.m. _ "A Short Course on C.S. Lewis with Dr. Peter Kreeft," an Archdiocesan Online Pastoral Ministry course. Learn more and sign up
on Wednesday, April 28 at 9:00AM