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.

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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.”

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The stories of our dear departed keep them with us

By Father Steve Porter, STL

 Loving our loved ones once they’ve moved on ... As Catholics we very firmly believe that death is not the end, that there is hope, and that that hope lies in Jesus Christ, and only in him—he is the resurrection, and the life. Eat and drink, as he commands us, and we shall live forever—that’s the promise he made, and I believe it! Our faith says that our loved ones are with God, yet our heart says, “ouch,” our loved ones are not with us ... anymore.

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