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Bishop Gerald R. Barnes

 The following is Bishop Gerald Barnes’ homily at the 8:30 a.m. Easter Sunday Mass held at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in San Bernardino on April 16.

 We are celebrating today the most important event in our lives. We heard the Gospel proclaimed by our deacon, the scripture says that it was morning and it was still dark and Mary was on her way to the tomb. 

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By Most Reverend Gerald Barnes

 Part of our Catholic faith tradition is to mark and celebrate specific periods of time according to their historical and/or spiritual significance. From Feast Days to Holy Week to liturgical seasons, these moments allow us to reflect on what it means to be Catholic and, hopefully, to recommit ourselves to living out the faith.

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 The following excerpt is from Bishop Gerald Barnes’ address at the Combined Vicariate Meeting of the San Bernardino Pastoral Region on February 15.

 The V Encuentro has caused a great deal of concern on the part of some people who are feeling left out. They say, ‘Why is this only with Hispanics?’ ‘Why is that bishop so insistent with the Hispanics?’

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By Most Reverend Gerald Barnes

 In this Christmas Season we celebrate the birth of the Lord Jesus. Emmanuel, God with us. It is a time of joy for us as Catholic Christians because we understand, and we feel in our hearts, that the incarnation of God, brought into our world to be among us, set the path for our own salvation.

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