CMFP is a four year program, offered in both English and Spanish, which prepares laity to serve the Church as lay ecclesial ministers.
Of the 62 graduates, 17 completed the English program and 45 completed the Spanish program. The graduates will now continue their studies focusing on a particular specialization.
The graduates in the Hemet Vicariate were: Vilma Josefina Cuevas, Porfirio Diaz, Maria Hernandez Diaz, Arnulfo Dueñas, Ramona Dueñas, Rosa Elena Garcia, Moises Martinez Aparicio, Francisco Meza, Juana Leticia Pablin, Ramon Rangel, David Teegarden, Milagros R. Urmeneta Aparicio, Muriel Florentino Vita, Wilfredo Asistido Vita, Francisco Zaragosa and Leticia Zaragosa.
The graduates in the Low Desert Vicariate were: Gabriela Armenta, Maria Cordova Castillo, Maria A. Espinoza G., Zenen Espinoza, Emma F. Fernandez, Lorena Gallardo Rivera, Juan Garcia, Veronica Gonzalez, Alicia Lacunza Marquez, Ernesto C. Martinez Talamantes, Maria Elena Melendez, Epifano Merino Peralta, Martha Ramirez, Jose Arturo Rodriguez Cota, Mayra Rodriguez, Gabriel Tzompantzi, Luz del Carmen Uccles, Karina Vasquez and Manuel Velasquez Ortiz.
Riverside Vicariate graduates were Gloria Peralta Austin, Alba Cintia Guerrero, Monica Gutierrez, Audrey A. Miller, Martin H. Swanson, Mary A. S. Swanson and Manuel Vides.
High Desert graduates were Maria Teresa Alvarado, Sister Maria del Rosario Coronado G., EEP, Lucio Filimon Espinoza and Carmen Gonzalez.
Graduates from the San Bernardino Vicariate included Laura J. Aguilar, Rene W. Casillas, Noelia A. Flores Altamirano, Alejandro A. Flores, Norma Alicia Flores, Karen A. Grozak, Luz Hernandez, Juan Carlos Muñoz and Margarita Rodriguez-Moraza.
The graduates from the West End Vicariate included Martin Chavez, Henry Gonzalez, Sandra Cristina Gonzalez, Devon Reina Lopez, Frederick Mark Lopez and Teresa Urzua.