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SAN BERNARDINO—The Diocesan Office of Restorative Justice is offering a two-day training to help parishes be able to better assist families that have had a loved one murdered. Pastoral Associates, parish bereavement volunteers, youth and young adult ministers, spiritual directors, deacons/deacon candidates and their wives, and others interested are encouraged to attend the training. Training will be held at the Diocesan Pastoral Center and offered in English and Spanish.

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By Andres Rivera
Staff Writer

SAN BERNARDINO—Hilda Cruz knows firsthand the hopes and fears of immigrants, having lived the experience, herself. 

 On Dec. 3, Cruz began to put her experience into practice as the new coordinator of the diocesan Justice for Immigrants Campaign. She says she is eager to bring a fresh perspective.

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Learn about your faith

Love your faith

Live out your faith

 Parishioners of Sacred Heart parish in Rancho Cucamonga are reminded of this three-part calling every time they come to Mass, thanks to huge banners that now adorn the church.

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SAN BERNARDINO—California voters on Nov. 6 narrowly rejected a state ballot measure that would have replaced the death penalty in California with a sentence of life imprisonment without the possibility of parole. The defeat of Prop 34 brought to a close nearly a year’s worth of public policy advocacy in favor of the measure in the diocese.

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By Andres Rivera
Staff Writer

SAN BERNARDINO—When Maria Jose Garcia first started working in the diocesan Ministry with Youth Office she quickly became aware of the need for outreach to Hispanic young adults. 

 With the help of Catholic Extension, Garcia is leading a new diocesan ministry to do just that.

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