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CA Catholic Conference, Catholic Health Care Ministries and Catholic Charities Support COVID-19 Vaccinations

The CCC affirms that the imminent Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines are morally acceptable and commits to working closely with Catholic health care ministries and Catholic Charities

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Insights: Governor Newsom Releases Record-Breaking California Budget
Governor Newsom releases his initial budget, providing hope, compassion, and support to the most vulnerable during the pandemic; U.S. Bishops call for an end to federal executions, and Pope Francis receives the first shot of the COVID-19 vaccine in this week’s Insights.
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CA Stimulus to Help Low-Wage Workers
CCC applauds increased assistance for low-income Californians; USCCB condemns violence at U.S. Capitol; Catholic moral teaching on COVID-19 vaccines and Bishops Rojas takes leadership of San Bernardino Diocese following Bishops Barnes’ retirement in this week's Insights.
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U.S. Bishops’ President Condemns Violent Protests and Prays for Safety as Chaos Threatens U.S. Capitol
“The peaceful transition of power is one of the hallmarks of this great nation. In this troubling moment, we must recommit ourselves to the values and principles of our democracy and come together as one nation under God. I entrust all of us to the heart of the Blessed Virgin Mary. May she guide us in the ways of peace, and obtain for us wisdom and the grace of a true patriotism and love of country.”    
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Estímulo de CA para ayudar a los trabajadores de bajos ingresos
La CCC aplaude el aumento de la asistencia a los californianos de bajos ingresos; La USCCB condena la violencia en el Capitolio de los EE.UU.; La doctrina moral católica sobre las vacunas contra el COVID-19; El Obispo Rojas toma el liderazgo de la Diócesis de San Bernardino tras el retiro del Obispo Barnes.

LATEST NEWS

 

Charities
Insights: Governor Newsom Releases Record-Breaking California Budget
Governor Newsom releases his initial budget, providing hope, compassion, and support to the most vulnerable during the pandemic; U.S. Bishops call for an end to federal executions, and Pope Francis receives the first shot of the COVID-19 vaccine in this week’s Insights.
U.S. Capitol Building
CA Stimulus to Help Low-Wage Workers
CCC applauds increased assistance for low-income Californians; USCCB condemns violence at U.S. Capitol; Catholic moral teaching on COVID-19 vaccines and Bishops Rojas takes leadership of San Bernardino Diocese following Bishops Barnes’ retirement in this week's Insights.
USCCB Logo
U.S. Bishops’ President Condemns Violent Protests and Prays for Safety as Chaos Threatens U.S. Capitol
“The peaceful transition of power is one of the hallmarks of this great nation. In this troubling moment, we must recommit ourselves to the values and principles of our democracy and come together as one nation under God. I entrust all of us to the heart of the Blessed Virgin Mary. May she guide us in the ways of peace, and obtain for us wisdom and the grace of a true patriotism and love of country.”    
U.S. Capitol Building
Estímulo de CA para ayudar a los trabajadores de bajos ingresos
La CCC aplaude el aumento de la asistencia a los californianos de bajos ingresos; La USCCB condena la violencia en el Capitolio de los EE.UU.; La doctrina moral católica sobre las vacunas contra el COVID-19; El Obispo Rojas toma el liderazgo de la Diócesis de San Bernardino tras el retiro del Obispo Barnes.
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.”