By Andres Rivera
Staff Writer

SAN BERNARDINO—In his annual address to the faithful of the diocese, Bishop Gerald Barnes summarized the report sent to the Holy See in preparation for the Extraordinary Synod of Bishops on Family and Marriage, while also calling the Diocese to reflect and improve on certain areas of parish life. 

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FONTANA—“Ultrasound technology opens a window into the womb and dramatically shows the humanity of the unborn, even to the doubting eyes of those who may not have previously shared our regard for the Sanctity of Human Life,” wrote Supreme Knight of Columbus Carl Anderson in awarding $12,000 toward the purchase of an ultrasound machine for the recently established Assure Pregnancy Clinic in Fontana. 

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By Msgr. Tom Wallace

 Lent is a time for getting back on track in our personal faith journey, and an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of others. 

 In the Mission Office we are settling into our familiar routines in a different building. We are now located in the Rezek Center, which is the former convent of the Sisters of the Incarnate Word, next to St. Bernardine Hospital. The rich history of the Sisters can be felt within these walls, urging us to work harder and strive with a renewed intensity to help the poor and marginalized of the world. 

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 “With the Cross, Jesus unites Himself to the silence of the victims of violence, those who can no longer cry out…  with the Cross, He is united to families in trouble, those who mourn the loss of their children, …But the Cross of Christ invites us also to allow ourselves to be smitten by His love, teaching us always to always look upon others with mercy and tenderness, especially those who suffer, who are in need of help, who need a word or a concrete action which requires us to step outside ourselves to meet them and to extend a hand to them.”(Pope Francis, World Youth Day, Río 2013) 

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By Andres Rivera
Staff Writer

 Diocesan seminarian Dan Rogers was named out of hundreds of nominations to a list of 30 young adult Catholics in the U.S. highlighted for their impact on society. 

 The list was released by the Fellowship of Catholic University Students (FOCUS) a Catholic campus outreach ministry. FOCUS wished to highlight young adults who are impacting the Church and world through service and leadership in various aspects of life.

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SAN BERNARDINO—Did you know that eligibility for Medi-Cal has been expanded to include a greater number of families in need of healthcare?

 Expanded Medi-Cal now covers eligible adults – no longer just children. Low-income families with higher household incomes than in the past may also now qualify for Medi-Cal. 

 If eligible, depending on your income, you and your family may be eligible for this free or low-cost health coverage. You may be eligible for Medi-Cal if you answer YES to the following questions:

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