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The Y & H Soda Foundation makes charitable contributions to organizations established and operated as non-profit entities with Federal 501(c)3 tax exempt status serving Alameda and Contra Costa counties. The Foundation, through its charitable activities, seeks... more.
Soda Foundation Staff - Y&H Soda Foundation
Mary Doyle, Program Officer
Mary joined the Foundation in 2007 and is responsible for our Community Engagement strategies and our Catholic School Initiative. Mary has worked in the Bay Area faith community for nearly 30 years; most recently she was the Social Justice Coordinator for the Diocese of Oakland, where she supported social justice and public policy activities and leadership development efforts in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties.
Mary Doyle, Program Officer for Social Justice Mary joined the Foundation in September 2007 and is responsible for grantmaking in the areas of immigration, housing, emergency services, seniors, community organizing, and religion.Mary's work in the Bay Area faith community spans nearly 30 years.Most recently she was the Social Justice Coordinator for the Diocese of Oakland, where she supported Diocesan programs, public policy activities, and leadership development efforts in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties.Previously Mary led the parish community of Newman Hall-Holy Spirit Parish in Berkeley, where she was a campus minister and administrator.She developed and taught a course in non-profit management at the Graduate Theological Union, and has enjoyed work with the interfaith community.She holds a B.S. in Biology from the University of California, Berkeley and a Masters of Divinity from the Franciscan School of Theology in Berkeley.
Immigration reform – a Catholic
The young man is traveling on a rail car to get to a job in Canada. He has left his family and his home in Mexico with the promise of work. The photographer captures him praying for safe passage: He holds onto the train between cars, arms extended, standing tall and looking up -- as if stretched upon the cross. His is just one story in a recent film, "Dying to Live," that portrays the dangerous journey of migrants crossing the U.S. border from Mexico. (Mary Doyle is social justice resource specialist for the Diocese of Oakland. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org )
The Catholic Voice - an online publication of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Oakland
Mary Doyle, social justice coordinator in the Oakland Diocese, addresses a press conference on immigration reform on the steps of Mission San Rafael, March 30.
Mary Doyle, representing the Oakland Diocese in her capacity as social justice resource coordinator, called upon the government "to respect both the rights and dignity of those without legal documents."
CHURCH Magazine (Index)
Mary, the Tender Side of God, W. 5-8. Ringenback, Gerard.Improving Your Parish Bulletin, W. 31-33. Roche, Mary Margaret Doyle.Keeping Pastoral Ministers, Sp.31-33. Scheets, Francis Kelly.Upgrading Your Parish Computers: Principles for Pastors, W. 35-38. Scotchie, David.Preaching to Children About Justice: The Rich Man & Lazarus, W. 33-34. Senior, Donald.Finding the Footsteps of God: On the Path Begun in the Bible, S. 11-17. Smith, Karen Sue.Book Round Up: Spirituality & Prayer, Sp.47-51; AMEN columns: Feast or Famine?, Sp.64; Postmark Italy: One Small Parish, S. 64; E-Spirit Among Us?, F. 64; Come, Behold Him, W. 64. Sosa, Juan J. Liturgy & Popular Piety: A Marriage Made on Earth, F. 13-16. Mary, the Tender Side of God.Ramírez, Ricardo, W. 5-8. Lanci, John R. and Roche, Mary Margaret Doyle, Sp.