St James Catholic Church San Francisco

St James Catholic Church San Francisco
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St James Catholic Church San Francisco

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San Francisco – North Beach: Saints Peter and Paul Church – Pulpit

San Francisco – North Beach: Saints Peter and Paul Church – Pulpit
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Saints Peter and Paul Church, at 666 Filbert Street directly across from Washington Square, was consecrated in 1924. Known as La cattedrale d’Italia ovest, or The Italian Cathedral of the West, Charles Fantoni and John Porporato’s neo-Gothic design is richly ornamented in Romanesque style and features twin spires that soar 191 feet high. The parish school is unusually situated atop the church itself around its clerestory level and is accessible from stairways under each of its twin towers.

After their civil ceremony in 1954, Marilyn Monroe and Joe DiMaggio returned for photographs on the steps Saints Peter and Paul Church. DiMaggio had previously married Dorothy Arnold here on November 19, 1939, but later civilly divorced and therefore could not be remarried in a Catholic church. His funeral was held here on March 11, 1999.

Cecil B. DeMille filmed the workers working on the foundations of the church and used the scene for to show the building of the Temple of Jerusalem in his 1923 film, The Ten Commandments. Director Don Siegel features the Church prominently in scenes from the 1971 movie Dirty Harry.

1915 Vintage Postcard Calvary Church (Fillmore and Jackson Streets) San Francisco California

1915 Vintage Postcard Calvary Church (Fillmore and Jackson Streets) San Francisco California

Vintage postcard of the Calvary Church in San Francisco, California. The postcard dates to the period of 1915-1920. The card is in good condition with wear to the corners and edges. The card was never used or mailed.

List Price: $ 6.50

Price: $ 6.50

Monk in San Francisco Church In Antigua

Monk in San Francisco Church In Antigua
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Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Guatemala License.

Bajo licencia Creative Commons: Reconocimiento-No comercial-Compartir bajo la misma licencia 3.0 Guatemala.

Photograph: Rudy A. Girón/

Fotografía: Rudy A. Girón/

If you would like to use this photograph, please get in touch with me through my contact form at LAGDP.

Si le gustaría usar esta fotografía, por favor ponerse en contacto conmigo a través del formulario de contacto de mi sitio personal.

Benicia Celtic Band in St. Patrick’s Day Concert featuring the San Francisco Scottish Fiddlers

Benicia, CA (PRWEB) February 16, 2007

The Benicia Celtic Band returns to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with the San Francisco Scottish Fiddlers at Community Congregational Church in Benicia. The band brings together local musician with members of the San Francisco Scottish Fiddler to create a unique blend of woodwinds, drums, fiddles, guitar, cello, harmonica and piano.

This concert is a part of the music series offered by Community Congregational Church as a gift to their community. Bring the whole family to hear the Benicia Celtic Band in an intimate setting featuring some of the finest acoustics to be found in the Bay Area.

Previous concerts include The Jeff Pittson Trio, Barbara Hamm, Cynthia Shultz, Peppino D’Agostino, Voena and FogTrio featuring Brian Melvin.

Community Congregational United Church of Christ presents

2006/2007 Third Annual Artist/Concert Series

The Benicia Celtic Band

Saturday, March 17, 2007

7 pm Doors Open 6:30 pm

Donation for adults/children 14 and under are free

Community Congregational Church

1305 West 2nd Street

Benicia, CA 94510

Call 707.745.0674 for information


Classical Music-San Francisco Through October 10

Classical Music-San Francisco Through October 10
San Francisco Academy Orchestra, Oct. 10, 5 p.m. Works by Mozart, Piazzolla and Sir Edward Elgar. Andrei Gorbatenko conducts. $ 10-$ 20.
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Community Calendar for Sept. 26, 2010
• Calvary Temple, 7319 Breda, hosts services at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. 281-839-3009. • Central Baptist Church, 1800 King Street, hosts Children’s Church for pre-K through fifth-grade children from 11 a.m. to noon. 281-422-8381.
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A press conference has been called to announce the formation of the Urban Gospel Music Association and the Gospel Music Academic Certificate Program at San Francisco State

(PRWEB) June 5, 2003

A press conference to announce the formation of the Urban Gospel Music Association (UGMA) has been scheduled June 13th, 2003, during the Bridging the Gap-Gospel Hip Hop Conference in Oakland Ca. This press conference will also introduce Evelyn Mack as the program coordinator for San Francisco State University’s new Gospel Music Academic Certificate Program.

Media credentials are free for all WORKING media, and includes free access to all events of the Bridging the Gap Conference.


Because of the negative image of mainstream Hip Hop as well as Gospel Hip Hop, BTG was designed to open a dialog between those in the traditionl gospel music industry and gospel hip hop communities.

Classes will also be held on marketing & promotion, and improving the overall business side of new Christian artists.

Over 40 artists are scheduled to perform during the conference held June 12-14 in Oakland Ca. at the Shiloh Christian Fellowship church, 3295 School St.

For registration go to or call 510-472-0177


The Urban Gospel Music Association was organized to address the needs of all urban gospel music artists in the Christian marketplace. The UGMA umbrella will include gospel hip hop, Christian jazz, reggae, contemporary gospel, comedy, and spoken word.

Composed of 5 national chapters to start, UGMA’s first official meeting will be held in Oakland Ca, sometime in July 2004 followed by the UGMA People’s Choice Awards.

For more info on UGMA contact Curtis Jermany at 510-472-0177 or


Fog Wear, (Followers Of God Wear) has agreed to provide complimentary sports tops, ( value) to all pre registered for the Bridging The Gap Gospel Hip Hop conference. FOG the group is also scheduled to perform at the new artist showcase Thurs June 12th.


People all over the world are supporting Fogwear. National gospel artist Tonex, Righteous Riders and even Geraud Henry from B.E.T supports Fogwear. Truly the owners Michael Ballard and Deandre Taylor are making a national impact in the gospel arena with their clothes line and their newly released CD, itâ??s only imaginable what these young men will achieve in the Lord. Currently the compilation CD consists of five different artist bringing you five different flavors. Everything from Hip-Hop, R&B,Jazz, and Contemporary, this CD is sure to meet the needs of every individual. Both the CD and Clothing line can now be purchased in select store locations but soon to be available nationally.

Who are the owners of F.O.G?

In 1993 the Lord moved Assistant Pastor Michael Ballard and Minister DeAndre Taylor to develop the F.O.G. (Followers of God) Ministries concept. It was based on encouraging the lives of men and women in a time when so many people are discouraged; a ministry that reaches Christians through music, clothes, books and movies.

Fogwear (Followers Of God)

For more information or Interviews contact:


Phone: 480-233-3235

Michael Ballard


War a discipline. A sermon preached in Calvary church, San Francisco, on Thanksgiving day, November 24, 1864

War a discipline. A sermon preached in Calvary church, San Francisco, on Thanksgiving day, November 24, 1864

This is an EXACT reproduction of a book published before 1923. This IS NOT an OCR’d book with strange characters, introduced typographical errors, and jumbled words. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. We believe this work is culturally important, and despite the imperfections, have elected to bring it back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide. We appreciate your understanding of the imperfections in the preservation process, and hope you enjoy this valuable book.

List Price: $ 15.75

Price: $ 11.63