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to put their words
into actions

Teaching in a
Year of Mercy

Chautauqua honors Mary, Untier of Knots

Support each other, seek help bishop advises law enforcement

CCHD grants
reach advocates
for people
on the margins

Management
changes at
A Friendly Place

Oakland group
takes extraordinary
10-day pilgrimage


National Vocations Awarness Week

Three to be ordained
to transitional
diaconate

Knights host
vocations dinner

New president at Dominican School

Sisters connect
with young people
in Mexico

Daughters of
Charity's house is
home to Pope Francis

A Carmelite
celebration

Sisters' congregation from Vietnam traces founding back to
17th century

Hayward Salesian missioner heads
to South Sudan


Retreats

San Damiano retreat expands its gift shop

A sampling of upcoming retreats

Bible week
celebrates family

Benedictine nuns
make their home
on the range

TD Ameritrade
founder pours
energy, resources
into retreat center


Remembering
loved ones

Cardinal speaking
at SCU

Holiday focus at Cathedral Shop

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placeholder October 26, 2015   •   VOL. 53, NO. 18   •   Oakland, CA
National Vocations Awareness Week
New president at Dominican School
Rev. Peter Rogers, OP, was installed as president of the Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology Sept. 30 at St. Mary Magdalen Church in Berkeley. Bishop Michael C. Barber, SJ, presided. "Our mission is to prepare women and men for academic and apostolic vocations," Father Rogers said in his homily. "This is following what Jesus says in that first line of the Gospel today: 'I am the truth and the way and the life.' My mission is to work with our DSPT community to bring more lay men and women to the DSPT and prepare them to work in the ministry of the church, which really is the ministry of our Lord Jesus Christ, and to gain wisdom of philosophy and theology to be able to bring more people to the truth discovered by human reason and revealed through the Gospel, so that more people throughout the world may walk the way of Jesus and live the life of holiness that is Jesus himself."
 
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