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Archdiocese of San Francisco

Rev. Salvatore Cordileone

SF Archbishop Compares Gay Marriage To Male Breastfeeding

San Francisco’s new archbishop Salvatore Cordileone told an English Catholic newspaper that legalizing same-sex marriage was akin to legalizing male-breastfeeding.


Rev. Salvatore Cordileone

Pro Gay Marriage Bishop Says He Was Snubbed At SF Archbishop Installation

The Episcopal bishop for the Bay Area, who’s a strong gay marriage supporter, says he was snubbed when he showed up for San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Joseph Cordileone’s formal installation ceremony.


Rev. Salvatore Cordileone

Protesters March Outside Installation Of New San Francisco Archbishop

The installation of the new Roman Catholic archbishop of San Francisco Thurday will come amid protests about his role in California’s Proposition 8 campaign in 2008.


Rev. Salvatore Cordileone

New San Francisco Archbishop’s Views Questioned By Board Of Supes

San Francisco’s new Catholic Archbishop, The Rev. Salvatore Cordileone, is getting mixed reaction from the city’s Board of Supervisors over his views on same-sex marriage.


Rev. Salvatore Cordileone

Next San Francisco Archbishop Charged With Misdemeanor DUI

The San Diego city attorney’s office says the Roman Catholic archbishop-designate of San Francisco has been charged with two misdemeanors stemming from his arrest for allegedly driving under the influence.


Rev. Salvatore Cordileone

Newly-Appointed SF Archbishop Arrested For DUI In San Diego

The recently-appointed archbishop of the San Francisco archdiocese was arrested over the weekend on suspicion of drunk driving.


Rev. Salvatore Cordileone

New San Francisco Archbishop Appointed; Major Supporter Of Prop. 8

A staunch supporter of California’s same-sex marriage ban has been named to oversee the Archdiocese of San Francisco, Catholic Church officials announced Friday.


Police outside a building on the 800 block of Turk St. during a raid on Occupy protesters, May 2, 2012. (CBS)

5 To Be Charged In May Day Takeover Of SF Building

San Francisco prosecutors plan to file charges against five people arrested in the takeover of a vacant building during May Day protests.


Police outside a building on the 800 block of Turk St. during a raid on Occupy protesters, May 2, 2012. (CBS)

Police Remove Protesters From Occupied San Francisco Building

Police began making arrests early Wednesday morning, removing protesters from a building owned by the Catholic archdiocese of San Francisco that was occupied during May Day protests.


Occupy SF protesters take over a vacant building at 888 Turk St. in San Francisco, April 1, 2012. (CBS)

Dozens Arrested After Occupy SF Protesters Invade Vacant Building

San Francisco police said dozens of Occupy San Francisco San Francisco protesters were arrested at a church-owned building Monday.