SAN BERNARDINO—On January 12th, the Diocese of San Bernardino celebrated its annual Migrant Mass at the Our Lady of the Rosary Cathedral in San Bernardino. Bishop Gerald Barnes served as the Principal Celebrant of the Mass, which seeks to celebrate the lives of the immigrant community within the Diocese and the important contributions of the immigrant throughout history.
While many Catholics consider receiving the eucharist to be the central experience of Mass, breaking open the Word of God in the scriptural readings is equally important.
The new year brought a new vocational journey for three men as Bishop Gerald Barnes ordained three religious priests on consecutive Saturdays in January.
Portions of this article were originally published in the January 24 edition of the Angelus magazine of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.
The Catholic faithful of the Diocese of San Bernardino was again represented strongly on January 18 at the Sixth Annual OneLife LA, a march in support of the dignity of all human life, from conception to natural death.
Click here to view/download this special edition of the Inland Catholic Byte welcoming our new Coadjutor Bishop Alberto Rojas.
SAN BERNARDINO—After months of anticipation, the Diocese met its new Coadjutor Bishop, Alberto Rojas, at a Dec. 2 press conference at the Diocesan Pastoral Center.