SAN BERNARDINO—If all goes well, Catholic students at California State University, San Bernardino will have their own gathering place just off campus in less than a year.
A young adult talks with his peers in a quest to bridge the generation gap
By Jesus Puentes
If you had the opportunity to peer into a stranger’s heart, and see their desires, their fears, their hopes, their anguish, would you dare to take a look? Or, out of fear that you might actually care, would you turn away?
By Malie Hudson
PERRIS—In just under three years, St. James School in Perris has transformed its technology capabilities from a once-a-week computer lab to equipping every student in grades 1 to 8 with a Google Chromebook tablet.
SAN BERNARDINO—The Diocese completed its local consultation for the worldwide Synod on Youth in September and received the biggest response of the three surveys issued on behalf of Vatican Synods since 2013.
ALTA LOMA—St. Peter and St. Paul School, which began its expansion to a full primary school in 2010, announced the opening of its first sixth grade class led by newly-hired teacher Charles (Chuck) Frazier.
Young children of the Diocese now have a vehicle to learn about and celebrate Bishop Gerald Barnes’ 25th Episcopal Anniversary – a coloring and activity book.