Opinion: Despite High Numbers, There Is Hope For Preventing Senior Homelessness

Opinion: Despite High Numbers, There Is Hope For Preventing Senior Homelessness

May 21, 2022 After two years of delay due to the pandemic, the 2022 Point-In-Time Count to determine the size and scope of San Diego County’s population experiencing homelessness was released this week. The results were sadly no surprise, reporting a 10% overall increase in the homeless population. Tamera Kohler, executive director of the Regional … Read more

SD’s Chamorro community promotes traditions from Guam

SD’s Chamorro community promotes traditions from Guam

The Chamorros bring a rich 4,000-year tradition from Guam to San Diego. SAN DIEGO COUNTY, Calif. β€” Their traditions are 4,000 years in the making. Chamorros are the indigenous people of the Mariana Islands, with the majority of them living on Guam. β€œIt’s a beautiful culture,” said Danny Blas, a local leader in the Chamorro … Read more

Former San Diego Auxiliary Bishop Forbids Pelosi from Taking Communion at Mass

Former San Diego Auxiliary Bishop Forbids Pelosi from Taking Communion at Mass

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, shown in 2019 visit to Oceanside, and San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone (inset). Photo by Chris Stone A former auxiliary bishop of San Diego’s Roman Catholic diocese has barred US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi from the sacrament of Holy Communion because she supports abortion rights. Letter to Speaker Nancy Pelosi (PDF) … Read more

Former San Diego Auxiliary Bishop Forbids Pelosi from Taking Communion at Mass

Former San Diego Auxiliary Bishop Forbids Pelosi from Taking Communion at Mass

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, shown in 2019 visit to Oceanside, and San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone (inset). Photo by Chris Stone A former auxiliary bishop of San Diego’s Roman Catholic diocese has barred US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi from the sacrament of Holy Communion because she supports abortion rights. Letter to Speaker Nancy Pelosi (PDF) … Read more