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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 Mary Huber

“I will not forget you, I have carved you on the palm of my hand” (Is 49: 15-16)

YUCAIPA—On Nov. 16 St. Frances Xavier Cabrini Parish in Yucaipa celebrated their first bi-lingual Precious Baby Mass in remembrance of those young lives lost to abortion, miscarriage, still birth or Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.

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By Tim Corcoran

REDLANDS—Attention all baptized Catholics who feel called to return to their faith and a closer relationship with God! We know that many have drifted away from their faith and there are a lot of reasons for this lack of interest including anger, disappointment or a misunderstanding of our Church. But catastrophic events, losses and setbacks in life, or even unexplained blessings, can trigger a desire to revisit our religion.

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