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By Abraham Joven

ADELANTO—Every year, the Diocese of San Bernardino hosts a Mass focusing on migration. Whether the temporary visitors in the form of refugees, migrant laborers, or our permanent resident brothers and sisters hailing from distant lands, this Mass is an opportunity to for us to be neighbor to and welcome the stranger among us. 

Read more: Annual Migration Mass to focus on those in detention

By Ken Sawa, MSW, LCSW

 There is a major shift taking placing in our country to dramatically decrease government funding for the poor and vulnerable. This shift has been occurring slowly, but right now, it is moving with increasing speed and severity.

Read more: New year calls for new mindset in serving the poor

The Feast Day of Our Lady of Guadalupe creates joy, reverence among Catholics

By Lynne De La Torre

 Every year, on December 12th, parishes around the Diocese of San Bernardino celebrate the historical event that took place in Mexico in 1531; the day when the Virgin Mary appeared to Saint Juan Diego.

Read more: ‘Deep in the hearts of our people’

By Malie Hudson 

MURRIETA—Southern California has the world’s largest Filipino population outside the Philippines. Their rich culture has had significant impact in the region as well as within the Catholic Church, particularly with the gift of Simbang Gabi, a Filipino tradition celebrated during Advent.  

Read more: Simbang Gabi celebration draws hundreds to St. Martha church

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