The 30 Catholic schools of the Diocese are joining in the national observance of Catholic Schools Week January 28–February 3. This year’s theme, “Catholic Schools: Learn. Serve. Lead. Succeed,” focuses on the important spiritual, academic and societal contributions provided by a Catholic education.
Father Tomás Guillén reflects on his first year as chaplain of the Aquinas High School football team
By Fr. Tomás Guillén
SAN BERNARDINO—Waking up to an alarm in the early morning always makes me think twice of what is happening that day and why it’s so early.
By Marge Bitetti
RANCHO CUCAMONGA—Students of Sacred Heart School got a lesson in both the historic evil of slavery and its modern form from a descendant of two African-American pioneers at an on-campus forum held Nov. 15.
RIVERSIDE—Our Lady of Perpetual Help School in Riverside is excited to share our adventures in Caring for Creation as we promote “Jesus is our rock!”
SAN BERNARDINO—The number of students enrolled in the 27 Catholic schools of the Diocese continues to hover around 7,500, according to statistics released by the Diocesan Office of Catholic Schools for the 2017-18 year.
“...you also, as living stones, are being built up as a spiritual house for a holy priesthood, to offer up spiritual sacrifices acceptable to God through Jesus Christ.” - 1 Peter 2:5
TEMECULA—We have heard the reference to “living stones” in scripture several times. It almost seems like an oxymoron. How can stones be living?
TEMECULA—After over 20 years of hoping and dreaming – after 5 years of intense study, discerning, and planning – Saint Jeanne de Lestonnac Catholic High School will open its doors in August 2018.