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San Francisco Catholics see challenges for new archbishop By choosing a staunch same-sex marriage foe as San Francisco's new archbishop, the Vatican has laid bare a rift among local Catholics, some of whom strongly support the church's position while others emphatically don't.

New San Francisco archbishop was Prop 8 architect
In a move certain to be seen as provocative by some, the Vatican named a new San Francisco archbishop who is renowned for his support of immigrants but infamous for his role in the success of California’s same-sex marriage ban.

Catholic fertility methods help Chicago woman conceive
While Chicago has become one of the nation's hubs for advanced reproductive technology such as IVF, Omaha has become a hub for alternative fertility care. Pope

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Catholic schools see marketing aid enrollment

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