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By Gregory Kirwin

SAN BERNARDINO—The best way to predict the future is to invent it, and Catholic Charities San Bernardino-Riverside is doing so by investing in the next generation of non-profit human service professionals who will carry forward the mission to provide compassionate and competent care to the most vulnerable families in our local communities. 

Read more: Catholic Charities invests in protégés of the future

RIALTO—The Fellowship of Catholic Christian Women will be holding a Women’s Day 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on August 18 at St. Catherine of Siena Parish, Rialto. This year’s retreat, “An invitation to the Eucharist,” will include Mass, prayer, music, faith sharing and insights on the Eucharist. 

Read more: Women’s Day to focus on Eucharist

By Andres Rivera
Staff Writer

SAN BERNARDINO—Inspired by her son and called to serve as an advocate for the disabled and their families, Anna Maria Cruz spearheaded a venture to have a key statement offered by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops translated into Spanish.

Read more: Diocesan staff member leads effort to translate U.S. Bishops’ document on persons with disabilities

Serra House holds open house to commemorate 25th anniversary

GRAND TERRACE – Serra House supporters, seminarians, priests and diocesan bishops, including the diocese’s first bishop, reflected on the history and evolution of Blessed Junipero Serra House of Formation at an open house and evening of prayer on May 24. 

Read more: Celebrating 25 years of a vision

 A proposed state initiative that would have required girls 12-17 to notify their parents before having an abortion failed to get the required number of signatures to qualify for the November 2012 state ballot. Californians for Parental Rights, the campaign group that led the signature drive, was not able to collect the 867,615 valid signatures needed to qualify for the ballot.

Read more: Parental Notification Initiative fails to qualify for ballot

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