SAN BERNARDINO—Recognizing God’s generosity to us and His call to missionary discipleship is a far more compelling fundraising message than the benefits of a specific project or the need to “pay the bills” at the parish.
SAN BERNARDINO—On January 12, 2020, the Diocese of San Bernardino will hold its annual Migrant Mass at Our Lady of the Rosary Cathedral in San Bernardino at 3 p.m.
LOS ANGELES—Please join us at the sixth annual One Life LA Walk for Life, January 18, 2020 as tens of thousands of Christians celebrate the beauty of every human life from conception to natural death. As Bishop Gerald Barnes states: “We must use our prayers, our service to life and our actions and be the Light of Christ.”
Looking at the list of America’s most populous dioceses, you see Catholic bastions like New York, Los Angeles, Boston and Chicago.
Right behind those “big four” on the latest list is the Diocese of San Bernardino. At 1,740,655 Catholics, the Diocese is once again counted as the fifth largest in the United States.
SAN BERNARDINO–Archbishop Christophe Pierre, Apostolic Nuncio to the United States, announced early Monday morning that Pope Francis has named Bishop Alberto Rojas as the Coadjutor Bishop of San Bernardino.
Bishop Rojas, 54, will work alongside Diocesan Bishop Gerald Barnes until his retirement and then become the third Ordinary Bishop in the 41-year history of the Diocese of San Bernardino. Per Church law, Bishop Barnes will submit his letter of resignation to Pope Francis on his 75th birthday – June 22, 2020.
With his unique way of greeting, Monsignor Tom Wallace reminds us of our baptismal call
By John Andrews
“Hello, St. John.”
The first time he called me that I did a double take. I may have even said to myself, “yeah, right. Me, a saint.”