REDLANDS—Redlands’ El Carmelo Retreat House hosted on November 12-16 the annual course for priests who recently arrived from other countries to work in dioceses in several western U.S. states.
By Alma Ruiz
The observance of the Feast Day of Our Lady of Guadalupe has become a phenomenon of the Western World, transcending its simple roots in Mexico to touch many cultures and nations.
By Malie Hudson
Joaquin Oliveros, Larry Curtis and Demitri Chuzel arrived at St. Junipero Serra House of Formation in August as the newest seminarians in the Diocese of San Bernardino.
YUCAIPA—“Lordy, Lordy, look who’s 40.”
Bishop Barnes began his homily with a playful rhyme at the Closing Mass to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the Diocese, held Nov. 3 at St. Frances Xavier Cabrini Church in Yucaipa.
SAN BERNARDINO—In an action of transparency to address the re-emergent clergy sexual abuse crisis, the Diocese released on Oct. 8 a list of all priests credibly accused of sexual abuse of a minor during its 40-year history.
Diocesan Chief Financial Officer Laura Clark has been elected as President of the Diocesan Fiscal Management Conference (DFMC), a national organization of diocesan CFOs that aims to provide leadership and peer support in the ministry of fiscal management.
By Marge Bitetti
SAN BERNARDINO—Death is not a popular subject for most people.
Often the only time that people think about death is when they attend a funeral.