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18-Year-Old Arrested For Dolores Park Graffiti Facing 29 Counts Of Vandalism

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — An 18-year-old man arrested for allegedly tagging at San Francisco’s Mission Dolores Park and the surrounding neighborhoods with graffiti is facing 29 counts of vandalism. 235 more words

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California Senator Wants 'Controversial' Missionary Statue At US Capitol Replaced With First Woman Astronaut Sally Ride

(CBS SF) — A California legislator has proposed replacing missionary-priest Junipero Serra’s statue from the U.S. Capitol with one of astronaut Sally Ride, the first U.S. 235 more words

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The Many Layers of Mission Dolores

Little did I know that when I was framing our visit to Mission Dolores that we would be opening such a significant exploration of the potential sainthood of… 700 more words

Build Your Own Sacred Caves: The Ancients, The Missionaries and The Happiest Place on Earth

Reading from the Getty publication, The California Missions, in such close proximity to viewing Werner Herzog’s Cave of Forgotten Dreams I could not help but to reflect on the nature of sacred space and wonder about the consistent way our species seems to seek it out. 335 more words

Mission San Francisco De Asis

Mission San Francisco De Asis has always had a central place in the religious, civic, and cultural life of San Francisco. The mission is named for Saint Francis of Assisi, the founder of the Franciscan Order, but is also commonly known as “Mission Dolores” due to the presence of a nearby creek named Arroyo de los Dolores, or “Creek of Sorrows.” 460 more words

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