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By Natalie Romano

ALTA LOMA—While you’re nestled in bed next Saturday morning thinking about coffee, parishioners of St. Peter and Paul in Alta Loma are lacing up their sneakers and thinking about prayer.

 These dedicated “Rosary Runners” gather each weekend to exercise both their bodies and their faith.  

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By Malie Hudson

Blessed Oscar Romero StatueEASTVALE—The Catholic Community of Blessed Oscar Romero in Eastvale celebrated the unveiling of a new statue of their patron on March 18. 

 A family visiting from El Salvador during the 10:30 am Mass assisted Father Patrick Kirsch, Pastor, in unveiling the statue of Blessed Oscar Romero, a martyr who spent his life advocating for the poor and speaking out against social injustices in El Salvador until his assassination on March 24, 1980. He was beatified on May 23, 2015 by Pope Francis.

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By Deacon Ed Clark

PAID OFF Father Benedict Nwachukwu­ Udaku, Pastor of Sacred Heart Parish in Rancho Cucamonga, symbolically sets fire to a promissory note signifying payment of the parish’s $5 million loan from the Diocese to build a new church in 2006. A Mass concelebrated by Bishop Gerald Barnes was held on June 8, the Solemnity of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, to mark the occasion.

RANCHO CUCAMONGA—From the Low Desert to the West End, from Hemet to the High Desert, traveling through Riverside and San Bernardino maybe no Solemnity touches more of the Diocesan parishes and religious communities than the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus. 

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