SAN BERNARDINO—A year after reflecting on its 40-year history, the Diocese will forge ahead in 2019 with some innovative proposals designed to put a new spin on key aspects of church life.
By Abraham Joven
SAN BERNARDINO—On January 13th, the Diocese called its faithful back home as it hosted the annual Migration Mass at Our Lady of the Rosary Cathedral in San Bernardino.
This year’s Mass was built around the theme:
By David Okonkwo
Black history month comes around every year. Most of us do the same thing we do every year. But this year we ask that we add something to our usual or start something new for the greater good. We are calling for a more “arms open wide” kind of relationship, extending our hands to our neighbors, to all peoples, immigrants, across culture even in the cloud of our unknowns about the “other.”
SAN BERNARDINO—A proposed shelter and transitional facility for homeless men in San Bernardino that appeared to be a longshot two years ago broke ground on January 9.
By Sister Maria Jennifer Nguyen, L.H.C.
I have been in the United States for almost 40 years and lived in many different states. The first time I encountered various Asians and non-Asian Pacific Islanders was when I was a teenager in an English as Second Language (ESL) class.
By Marge Bitetti
SAN BERNARDINO—For Gloria Austin, her involvement in the Diocesan Commission that provides outreach to Families of Gay and Lesbian Catholics was personal.
GRAND TERRACE—The gathering in Celebration of Consecrated Life in the Diocese of San Bernardino was held Jan. 27 at Christ the Redeemer Church in Grand Terrace during the 10 AM Mass celebrated by Bishop Gerald Barnes.