SOBOBA—St. Jude School, which serves a small number of children on the tribal lands of the Soboba Band of Mission Indians, has received official recognition as a diocesan Catholic school.

 “I will grant your request that St. Jude School be recognized as a Catholic school within the Diocese of San Bernardino. Your request asks that the school be officially titled St. Jude Mission School,” Bishop Barnes stated in a letter to Father Earl Henley, MSC, pastor of St. Joseph Mission on the Soboba lands.

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Catholic school students travel to Germany for Irish Dance competition

By Natalie Romano

REDLANDS—Most of us will never perform on an international stage, much less do it at age seven.

 But that’s exactly what Irish dancer Ava Herries did.

 The Sacred Heart Academy student traveled all the way to Germany to compete in the European and World Championships last month.

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COACHELLA—“I feel like I am changing history,” said Coachella Valley High School Student Jethro Peña as he and other Inland Congregations United for Change (ICUC) youth leaders hosted “A Pathway of Hope” Educational Forum at Our Lady of Soledad Parish in Coachella on April 16.  

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 A handful of Catholic school students did well enough at the county-level RIMS Science and Engineering Fair to earn a trip to the state level competitions scheduled for April and May. St. Adelaide Academy, St. Edward School, St. Hyacinth Academy and Sacred Heart Academy were all proud to have gold medal winning students among their county peers. 

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By Logan John Odenbaugh

RIVERSIDE—People have different views on different things. They look at other people differently, also. People often compare themselves to others just to see how good they are. Others might have different views on things, others might have looked at people differently, and yet others may compare themselves to other people to see who is better. But are we not all the same? Are we not all bound together by one God? Are we not all equal in this world?

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SAN BERNARDINO—Hundreds of students from Catholic schools all over the diocese competed in the annual Inland Catholic Sports League track meet on April 20 at Aquinas High School.

 The events were blessed with good weather and a spirit of fun and competition. In all 15 new meet records were set and one was equaled. Below are the meet results.

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By Andres Rivera
Staff Writer

SAN JACINTO—Cheers and shouts of joy filled the air as the priests in basketball jerseys made their way to the basketball court. Seeking to instill an excitement for vocations among youth, several priests and seminarians visited St. Hyacinth Academy in San Jacinto March 7 for a Vocations Awareness Day.

 The Vocations Awareness Day began with a reconciliation service at St. Anthony Parish and continued with the priests and seminarians visiting the students at their classrooms. 

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