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Diocesan videographer Brianna Arambula chronicles her recent journey to Cuba to meet her great grandmother for the first time

By Brianna Arambula

HABANA, CUBA—The first time I saw an image of Christ while visiting the island was at my great grandmother’s apartment in Central Habana.

Read more: Discovering family and faith in Cuba

By Malie Hudson

 On April 7 at the J.W. Marriot Desert Springs Resort and Spa in Palm Desert, Bishop Gerald Barnes will recognize seven individuals with his Amar Es Entregarse Award. 

 The award is given to individuals or groups who embody Bishop Barnes’ episcopal motto Amar Es Entregarse, “Love is the total giving of one self.” This two-part series profiles these extraordinary individuals. 

Read more: Amar Es Entregarse honorees

By Sister Cathy White, S.P.

 The sad and disturbing story of the Turpin children—severely neglected and abused for years before being discovered in their Perris home in January—has been a moment of reckoning for many, especially those in the ministries related to child protection. This international story occurred right here in our Diocese.

Read more: Tragedy of Turpin case calls us to report signs of abuse

By Sister Marilu Covani, S.P.

 It is Lent, and our Diocese once again is spiritually journeying toward the Holy Triduum when we celebrate the death and Resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. Our Missionary Disciples have also continued their journey in the process of the V Encuentro.

Read more: V Encuentro team reflects on visits to the peripheries

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