MURRIETA—An ultrasound shows a fetus in the womb with its heart beating. Studies have shown that 80 percent of women who observe this refuse to get an abortion. Since the Roe vs. Wade Supreme Court decision in 1973, over 60 million fetuses have been aborted in the United States.
By Malie Hudson
EASTVALE—The Catholic Community of Blessed Oscar Romero in Eastvale celebrated the unveiling of a new statue of their patron on March 18.
A family visiting from El Salvador during the 10:30 am Mass assisted Father Patrick Kirsch, Pastor, in unveiling the statue of Blessed Oscar Romero, a martyr who spent his life advocating for the poor and speaking out against social injustices in El Salvador until his assassination on March 24, 1980. He was beatified on May 23, 2015 by Pope Francis.
By Marge Bitetti
CHINO—A few years ago a group of Third Order Franciscans heard a talk by Rt. Rev. Alexei Smith, a noted speaker on interrelation and ecumenical affairs from the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.
SAN BERNARDINO—Parishioners of the former St. Anne parish in San Bernardino are gearing up for a Summer reunion that will allow them to reconnect and share memories about this Catholic community that was founded in 1945.
The idea came about after Our Lady of Hope Pastor, Father Manuel Cardoza, called for a concerted effort to reach out to longtime parishioners of the three communities that were merged to form Our Lady of Hope in 2006. Those communities are the former St. Anne Parish, Christ the King Parish and Our Lady of Fatima Parish.
By Meynardo “Peddy” Ascio
RANCHO CUCAMONGA—On March 3 we had another inspirational event, “Find Your Greatness,” at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Rancho Cucamonga
UPLAND—On Nov. 4, 22 Sisters of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary gathered at St. Joseph Church in Upland for a special Eucharistic liturgy to celebrate 62 years of Presentation ministry at the parish and the school.