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The MiniByte | Bishop’s Dinner draws more than 800, Diocesan Awards Livestream and much more!

The MiniByte | Bishop’s Dinner draws more than 800, Diocesan Awards Livestream and much more!
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Bishop’s Dinner draws more than 800

The 21st Annual Bishop’s Dinner was held on Saturday, May 14, drawing 812 individuals who attended in support of the Diocesan Seminarian Program. At the dinner, five were recognized by Bishop Alberto Rojas with the Amar Es Entregarse Award (back row, left to right): Very Rev. Romeo Selección, M.S., Pastor of St. Christopher, Moreno Valley and Episcopal Vicar of the San Bernardino Pastoral Region; Virginia Turner, Senior Director of the Office of Human Resources; Maria Echeverria, Vice Chancellor and Director of the Department of Apostolic and Ethnic Affairs; Ann Marie Gallant, Director of the Office of Emergency Operations Collaborative; and Very Rev. Rafael Partida, Pastor of St. Patrick, Moreno Valley and Episcopal Vicar of the Riverside Pastoral Region. If you wish to make a donation of any amount to the Seminarian Fund, click here>>>

Bishop Rojas meets with education leaders

On Friday, May 13 Bishop Alberto Rojas held separate meetings with San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools Ted Alejandre (pictured) and Riverside County Superintendent of Schools Dr. Edwin Gomez. The meetings are part of a renewed effort by the Diocese to work with public school leaders to support and promote programs for early literacy, mental health and other areas of mutual concern. Collaboration between the Diocese and county superintendents, along with local universities and community colleges began a decade ago with the launching of the Diocesan Education
Initiative (DEI).

 

Seven Confirmation students share their Saints

The season of Confirmations is here. One of the traditions of Confirmation is picking out a Confirmation Saint to serve as a patron and example for the newly confirmed. Below, seven individuals from our Diocese (four young people and three adults) share their Confirmation Saint and what inspired their choice. Click here to continue reading>>>

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La Cena del Obispo atrae a más de 800 personas

La 21ª Cena Anual del Obispo tuvo lugar el sábado 14 de mayo, asistieron 812 individuos para apoyar el Programa Diocesano de Seminaristas. En la cena, cinco individuos fueron reconocidos por el Obispo Alberto Rojas con el Premio Amar Es Entregarse (fila de atrás, de izquierda a derecha): El Muy Reverendo Romeo Selección, M.S., Párroco de San Cristóbal, Moreno Valley y Vicario Episcopal de la Región Pastoral de San Bernardino; Virginia Turner, Directora Principal de la Oficina de Recursos Humanos; María Echeverría, Vice Canciller y Directora del Departamento de Asuntos Apostólicos y Étnicos; Ann Marie Gallant, Directora de la Oficina de Operaciones Colaborativas de Emergencia; y el Muy Reverendo Rafael Partida, Párroco de San Patricio en Moreno Valley y Vicario Episcopal de la Región Pastoral de Riverside. Si gusta dar una donación en cualquier cantidad al Fondo de Seminaristas, haga clic aquí>>>

 

 

El Obispo Rojas se reúne con líderes de educación 

El viernes 13 de mayo el Obispo Alberto Rojas tuvo reuniones separadas con el Superintendente de Escuelas del Condado de San Bernardino Ted Alejandre (en la foto) y el Superintendente de Escuelas del Condado de Riverside el Dr. Edwin Gómez. Las reuniones son parte de un esfuerzo renovado de parte de la Diócesis de trabajar con los líderes de las escuelas públicas para apoyar y promover programas para la alfabetización temprana, la salud mental y otras áreas de interés común. La colaboración entre la Diócesis y los superintendentes del condado, junto con las universidades y los colegios locales comenzó hace una década con el lanzamiento de la Iniciativa de Educación Diocesana.

Haga clic aquí para enlace de la transmisión en vivo
Rece el Rosario con el Obispo Alberto Rojas

Resources for your ministry

The Diocese of San Bernardino has published the following web pages on topics that are filled with resources you can use.
Welcome to our Diocesan E-newsletter. I hope you’ve enjoyed this little blast of news and information about the Church of San Bernardino. There are so many great events and stories of faith in our Diocese we just had to find another way to share them with you. Yes, the Holy Spirit is alive in the digital world!  We hope that you will be a regular subscriber to the MiniBYTE. We’ll use it to keep you up to date on the many events and programs offered by the Diocese, and to share with you stories of how our Catholic faith is alive and well in San Bernardino and Riverside counties.
__________
 
Yours in Christ, John Andrews
Director of the Department of Communications
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The MiniByte | Bishop’s Dinner draws more than 800, Diocesan Awards Livestream and much more!

The MiniByte | Bishop’s Dinner draws more than 800, Diocesan Awards Livestream and much more!
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Bishop’s Dinner draws more than 800

The 21st Annual Bishop’s Dinner was held on Saturday, May 14, drawing 812 individuals who attended in support of the Diocesan Seminarian Program. At the dinner, five were recognized by Bishop Alberto Rojas with the Amar Es Entregarse Award (back row, left to right): Very Rev. Romeo Selección, M.S., Pastor of St. Christopher, Moreno Valley and Episcopal Vicar of the San Bernardino Pastoral Region; Virginia Turner, Senior Director of the Office of Human Resources; Maria Echeverria, Vice Chancellor and Director of the Department of Apostolic and Ethnic Affairs; Ann Marie Gallant, Director of the Office of Emergency Operations Collaborative; and Very Rev. Rafael Partida, Pastor of St. Patrick, Moreno Valley and Episcopal Vicar of the Riverside Pastoral Region. If you wish to make a donation of any amount to the Seminarian Fund, click here>>>

Bishop Rojas meets with education leaders

On Friday, May 13 Bishop Alberto Rojas held separate meetings with San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools Ted Alejandre (pictured) and Riverside County Superintendent of Schools Dr. Edwin Gomez. The meetings are part of a renewed effort by the Diocese to work with public school leaders to support and promote programs for early literacy, mental health and other areas of mutual concern. Collaboration between the Diocese and county superintendents, along with local universities and community colleges began a decade ago with the launching of the Diocesan Education
Initiative (DEI).

 

Seven Confirmation students share their Saints

The season of Confirmations is here. One of the traditions of Confirmation is picking out a Confirmation Saint to serve as a patron and example for the newly confirmed. Below, seven individuals from our Diocese (four young people and three adults) share their Confirmation Saint and what inspired their choice. Click here to continue reading>>>

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La Cena del Obispo atrae a más de 800 personas

La 21ª Cena Anual del Obispo tuvo lugar el sábado 14 de mayo, asistieron 812 individuos para apoyar el Programa Diocesano de Seminaristas. En la cena, cinco individuos fueron reconocidos por el Obispo Alberto Rojas con el Premio Amar Es Entregarse (fila de atrás, de izquierda a derecha): El Muy Reverendo Romeo Selección, M.S., Párroco de San Cristóbal, Moreno Valley y Vicario Episcopal de la Región Pastoral de San Bernardino; Virginia Turner, Directora Principal de la Oficina de Recursos Humanos; María Echeverría, Vice Canciller y Directora del Departamento de Asuntos Apostólicos y Étnicos; Ann Marie Gallant, Directora de la Oficina de Operaciones Colaborativas de Emergencia; y el Muy Reverendo Rafael Partida, Párroco de San Patricio en Moreno Valley y Vicario Episcopal de la Región Pastoral de Riverside. Si gusta dar una donación en cualquier cantidad al Fondo de Seminaristas, haga clic aquí>>>

 

 

El Obispo Rojas se reúne con líderes de educación 

El viernes 13 de mayo el Obispo Alberto Rojas tuvo reuniones separadas con el Superintendente de Escuelas del Condado de San Bernardino Ted Alejandre (en la foto) y el Superintendente de Escuelas del Condado de Riverside el Dr. Edwin Gómez. Las reuniones son parte de un esfuerzo renovado de parte de la Diócesis de trabajar con los líderes de las escuelas públicas para apoyar y promover programas para la alfabetización temprana, la salud mental y otras áreas de interés común. La colaboración entre la Diócesis y los superintendentes del condado, junto con las universidades y los colegios locales comenzó hace una década con el lanzamiento de la Iniciativa de Educación Diocesana.

Haga clic aquí para enlace de la transmisión en vivo
Rece el Rosario con el Obispo Alberto Rojas

Resources for your ministry

The Diocese of San Bernardino has published the following web pages on topics that are filled with resources you can use.
Welcome to our Diocesan E-newsletter. I hope you’ve enjoyed this little blast of news and information about the Church of San Bernardino. There are so many great events and stories of faith in our Diocese we just had to find another way to share them with you. Yes, the Holy Spirit is alive in the digital world!  We hope that you will be a regular subscriber to the MiniBYTE. We’ll use it to keep you up to date on the many events and programs offered by the Diocese, and to share with you stories of how our Catholic faith is alive and well in San Bernardino and Riverside counties.
__________
 
Yours in Christ, John Andrews
Director of the Department of Communications
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The MiniByte | 2022 Amar Es Entregarse Award recipients, Young Adult Synod Listening Session with Bishop Rojas and much more!

The MiniByte | 2022 Amar Es Entregarse Award recipients, Young Adult Synod Listening Session with Bishop Rojas and much more!
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Amar Es Entregarse Award recipients come from a variety of different ministry backgrounds

Three laywomen, Maria Echeverria, Ann Marie Gallant, and Virginia Turner, and two priests, Very Rev. Romeo Selección, M.S., and Very Rev. Rafael Partida, comprise this year’s Amar es Entregarse recipients. As is the case every year, the winners each serve the Diocese in their own unique way, but the common thread is that they have all exemplified Bishop Emeritus Gerald Barnes’ Episcopal Motto,  Amar Es Entregarse (Love is the total giving of oneself). Bishop Alberto Rojas is continuing the Bishop’s Dinner and the bestowing of the Amar Es Entregarse Award, which were begun under Bishop Emeritus Barnes’ Episcopacy. The recipients will be receiving their awards at the 21st Annual Bishop’s Dinner on May 14. Read a short background about each recipient and their response to being awarded on the Inland Catholic BYTE, click here >>

ICIUC youth leaders call for mental health resources during action at San Bernardino parish

The nonprofit organization Inland Congregations United for Change (ICUC) advocates for social changes with their interfaith team, which includes Catholic parishioners and leaders. On April 30th, ICUC youth leaders held an action at Our Lady of Hope Church to call on San Bernardino City Unified School District (SBCUSD) board members and staff to open mental health wellness centers at every middle and high school campus. ICUC youth at several high schools formed a coalition – Students for Wellness Centers – to address the mental health concerns of their classmates and the challenges they face to receive access to resources and clinical support. They presented this information to the board. During the April 30 action, school district officials committed to working in partnership with ICUC youth to address mental health crisis among students which include opening wellness centers at every middle and high school across the district, committing resources and case studies to share and adopt lessons and strategies from Sierra High School’s Wellness Center, and committing $6.1 million of carryover equity dollars to support the creation and opening of wellness centers. Read the full article from ICUC here  >>>

Faithful Invited to Fast and Pray the Rosary on Friday in Midst of Tensions Over Leaked Draft Supreme Court Opinion

In response to the leak of a draft opinion in the U.S. Supreme Court case of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, some abortion advocates are calling for nationwide demonstrations, disruptions of church services, and the personal intimidation of specific Supreme Court justices. Archbishop José H. Gomez of Los Angeles, president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) and Archbishop William E. Lori of Baltimore, chairman of the USCCB’s Committee on Pro-Life Activities invited the faithful to unite in fasting and prayer on Friday, May 13th, the Memorial of Our Lady of Fatima. Read the intentions here >>>  

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Los galardonados del Premio Amar Es Entregarse tienen una variedad de experiencias ministeriales

Tres mujeres laicas, María Echeverría, Ann Marie Gallant, y Virginia Turner, y dos sacerdotes, el Muy Reverendo Romeo Selección, M.S., y el Muy Reverendo Rafael Partida, son los galardonados del Premio Amar Es Entregarse este año.  Como es el caso cada año, cada uno de los galardonados sirve a la Diócesis de manera única, pero un hilo común entre todos es que ejemplifican el Lema Episcopal del Obispo Emérito Gerald Barnes, Amar Es Entregarse.  El Obispo Alberto Rojas sigue celebrando la Cena del Obispo y otorgando el Premio Amar Es Entregarse, que comenzaron bajo el episcopado del Obispo Emérito Barnes.  Los galardonados recibirán sus premios en la 21ª Cena Anual del Obispo el 14 de mayo.
 Lea una breve biografía de cada galardonado y su respuesta al recibir este reconocimiento en El Compás Católico, haga clic aquí >>>

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Líderes jóvenes de ICUC piden recursos de salud mental durante reunión de acción en una parroquia de San Bernardino

La organización sin fines de lucro Congregaciones del Inland Unidas para el Cambio (ICUC por sus siglas en inglés) aboga por el cambio social con un equipo inter-religioso, que incluye parroquianos y líderes Católicos.  El 30 de abril, líderes jóvenes organizaron una reunión de acción en la Iglesia Nuestra Señora de la Esperanza para pedirles a los funcionarios del Distrito Escolar de la Ciudad de San Bernardino (SBCUSD por sus siglas en inglés) que abran un centro de salud mental en cada campus de escuela secundaria y preparatoria.  Líderes estudiantiles de todas las escuelas secundarias de San Bernardino formaron una coalición—Estudiantes por Centros de Bienestar—para hablar sobre las preocupaciones de salud mental de sus compañeros de la escuela y los retos que enfrentan cuando quieren acceder a recursos o apoyo clínico.  Le presentaron esta información a la mesa directiva del distrito.  Durante la reunión de acción del 30 de abril, los funcionarios del distrito se comprometieron a trabajar en colaboración con los líderes jóvenes de ICUC para enfrentar la crisis de salud mental entre los estudiantes que incluye abrir centros de bienestar mental en cada escuela secundaria y preparatoria en todo el distrito, aportar recursos y compartir y adaptar lecciones y estrategias aprendidas del Centro de Bienestar de la Escuela Preparatoria Sierra, y comprometieron $6.1 millones de dólares a la creación y apertura de centros de bienestar.  Lea el artículo completo de ICUC aquí (en inglés)>>>

Invitan a los fieles a ayunar y rezar el rosario este viernes en medio de las tensiones por el documento filtrado sobre la opinión de la Corte Suprema 

Como respuesta a la filtración de la opinión de la Corte Suprema en el caso de Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, algunos defensores del aborto están convocando manifestaciones en todo el país, interrupciones de los servicios religiosos e intimidación personal de jueces específicos de la Corte Suprema. El Arzobispo José H. Gomez de Los Ángeles, presidente de la Conferencia de Obispos Católicos de los Estados Unidos (USCCB por sus siglas en inglés) y el Arzobispo William E. Lori de Baltimore, presidente del Comité de Actividades Pro-Vida de la USCCB invitaron a los fieles a unirse en ayuno y oración el viernes 13 de mayo, en el Memorial de Nuestra Señora de Fatima.  Lea las intenciones aquí>>>

Resources for your ministry

The Diocese of San Bernardino has published the following web pages on topics that are filled with resources you can use.
Welcome to our Diocesan E-newsletter. I hope you’ve enjoyed this little blast of news and information about the Church of San Bernardino. There are so many great events and stories of faith in our Diocese we just had to find another way to share them with you. Yes, the Holy Spirit is alive in the digital world!  We hope that you will be a regular subscriber to the MiniBYTE. We’ll use it to keep you up to date on the many events and programs offered by the Diocese, and to share with you stories of how our Catholic faith is alive and well in San Bernardino and Riverside counties.
__________
 
Yours in Christ, John Andrews
Director of the Department of Communications
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The MiniByte | 2022 Amar Es Entregarse Award recipients, Young Adult Synod Listening Session with Bishop Rojas and much more!

The MiniByte | 2022 Amar Es Entregarse Award recipients, Young Adult Synod Listening Session with Bishop Rojas and much more!
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Amar Es Entregarse Award recipients come from a variety of different ministry backgrounds

Three laywomen, Maria Echeverria, Ann Marie Gallant, and Virginia Turner, and two priests, Very Rev. Romeo Selección, M.S., and Very Rev. Rafael Partida, comprise this year’s Amar es Entregarse recipients. As is the case every year, the winners each serve the Diocese in their own unique way, but the common thread is that they have all exemplified Bishop Emeritus Gerald Barnes’ Episcopal Motto,  Amar Es Entregarse (Love is the total giving of oneself). Bishop Alberto Rojas is continuing the Bishop’s Dinner and the bestowing of the Amar Es Entregarse Award, which were begun under Bishop Emeritus Barnes’ Episcopacy. The recipients will be receiving their awards at the 21st Annual Bishop’s Dinner on May 14. Read a short background about each recipient and their response to being awarded on the Inland Catholic BYTE, click here >>

ICIUC youth leaders call for mental health resources during action at San Bernardino parish

The nonprofit organization Inland Congregations United for Change (ICUC) advocates for social changes with their interfaith team, which includes Catholic parishioners and leaders. On April 30th, ICUC youth leaders held an action at Our Lady of Hope Church to call on San Bernardino City Unified School District (SBCUSD) board members and staff to open mental health wellness centers at every middle and high school campus. ICUC youth at several high schools formed a coalition – Students for Wellness Centers – to address the mental health concerns of their classmates and the challenges they face to receive access to resources and clinical support. They presented this information to the board. During the April 30 action, school district officials committed to working in partnership with ICUC youth to address mental health crisis among students which include opening wellness centers at every middle and high school across the district, committing resources and case studies to share and adopt lessons and strategies from Sierra High School’s Wellness Center, and committing $6.1 million of carryover equity dollars to support the creation and opening of wellness centers. Read the full article from ICUC here  >>>

Faithful Invited to Fast and Pray the Rosary on Friday in Midst of Tensions Over Leaked Draft Supreme Court Opinion

In response to the leak of a draft opinion in the U.S. Supreme Court case of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, some abortion advocates are calling for nationwide demonstrations, disruptions of church services, and the personal intimidation of specific Supreme Court justices. Archbishop José H. Gomez of Los Angeles, president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) and Archbishop William E. Lori of Baltimore, chairman of the USCCB’s Committee on Pro-Life Activities invited the faithful to unite in fasting and prayer on Friday, May 13th, the Memorial of Our Lady of Fatima. Read the intentions here >>>  

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Los galardonados del Premio Amar Es Entregarse tienen una variedad de experiencias ministeriales

Tres mujeres laicas, María Echeverría, Ann Marie Gallant, y Virginia Turner, y dos sacerdotes, el Muy Reverendo Romeo Selección, M.S., y el Muy Reverendo Rafael Partida, son los galardonados del Premio Amar Es Entregarse este año.  Como es el caso cada año, cada uno de los galardonados sirve a la Diócesis de manera única, pero un hilo común entre todos es que ejemplifican el Lema Episcopal del Obispo Emérito Gerald Barnes, Amar Es Entregarse.  El Obispo Alberto Rojas sigue celebrando la Cena del Obispo y otorgando el Premio Amar Es Entregarse, que comenzaron bajo el episcopado del Obispo Emérito Barnes.  Los galardonados recibirán sus premios en la 21ª Cena Anual del Obispo el 14 de mayo.
 Lea una breve biografía de cada galardonado y su respuesta al recibir este reconocimiento en El Compás Católico, haga clic aquí >>>

Haga clic aquí para enlace de la transmisión en vivo

Líderes jóvenes de ICUC piden recursos de salud mental durante reunión de acción en una parroquia de San Bernardino

La organización sin fines de lucro Congregaciones del Inland Unidas para el Cambio (ICUC por sus siglas en inglés) aboga por el cambio social con un equipo inter-religioso, que incluye parroquianos y líderes Católicos.  El 30 de abril, líderes jóvenes organizaron una reunión de acción en la Iglesia Nuestra Señora de la Esperanza para pedirles a los funcionarios del Distrito Escolar de la Ciudad de San Bernardino (SBCUSD por sus siglas en inglés) que abran un centro de salud mental en cada campus de escuela secundaria y preparatoria.  Líderes estudiantiles de todas las escuelas secundarias de San Bernardino formaron una coalición—Estudiantes por Centros de Bienestar—para hablar sobre las preocupaciones de salud mental de sus compañeros de la escuela y los retos que enfrentan cuando quieren acceder a recursos o apoyo clínico.  Le presentaron esta información a la mesa directiva del distrito.  Durante la reunión de acción del 30 de abril, los funcionarios del distrito se comprometieron a trabajar en colaboración con los líderes jóvenes de ICUC para enfrentar la crisis de salud mental entre los estudiantes que incluye abrir centros de bienestar mental en cada escuela secundaria y preparatoria en todo el distrito, aportar recursos y compartir y adaptar lecciones y estrategias aprendidas del Centro de Bienestar de la Escuela Preparatoria Sierra, y comprometieron $6.1 millones de dólares a la creación y apertura de centros de bienestar.  Lea el artículo completo de ICUC aquí (en inglés)>>>

Invitan a los fieles a ayunar y rezar el rosario este viernes en medio de las tensiones por el documento filtrado sobre la opinión de la Corte Suprema 

Como respuesta a la filtración de la opinión de la Corte Suprema en el caso de Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, algunos defensores del aborto están convocando manifestaciones en todo el país, interrupciones de los servicios religiosos e intimidación personal de jueces específicos de la Corte Suprema. El Arzobispo José H. Gomez de Los Ángeles, presidente de la Conferencia de Obispos Católicos de los Estados Unidos (USCCB por sus siglas en inglés) y el Arzobispo William E. Lori de Baltimore, presidente del Comité de Actividades Pro-Vida de la USCCB invitaron a los fieles a unirse en ayuno y oración el viernes 13 de mayo, en el Memorial de Nuestra Señora de Fatima.  Lea las intenciones aquí>>>

Resources for your ministry

The Diocese of San Bernardino has published the following web pages on topics that are filled with resources you can use.
Welcome to our Diocesan E-newsletter. I hope you’ve enjoyed this little blast of news and information about the Church of San Bernardino. There are so many great events and stories of faith in our Diocese we just had to find another way to share them with you. Yes, the Holy Spirit is alive in the digital world!  We hope that you will be a regular subscriber to the MiniBYTE. We’ll use it to keep you up to date on the many events and programs offered by the Diocese, and to share with you stories of how our Catholic faith is alive and well in San Bernardino and Riverside counties.
__________
 
Yours in Christ, John Andrews
Director of the Department of Communications
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The MiniByte | Sister Leticia Salazar visits Rome, Life, Dignity and Justice Conference and much more!

The MiniByte | Sister Leticia Salazar visits Rome, Life, Dignity and Justice Conference and much more!
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Sister Leticia Salazar visits Rome for congregation’s General Chapter

The Diocese’s Chancellor, Sister Leticia Salazar, ODN, visited Rome for the worldwide General Chapter of her religious congregation, the Order of the Company of Mary Our Lady. The chapter took place at the congregation’s General House, and Sister Leticia represented her province. The General Chapter included a meeting with Pope Francis and with Sister Nathalie Becquart, XMCJ, a consultor and undersecretary to the Synod of Bishops. 

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California bishops release statement on leaked Dobbs opinion

In response to the leaked Supreme Court opinion on the case Dobbs vs. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, which suggests that the court will overturn Roe vs. Wade, the California Catholic Conference of Bishops issued the following statement: The leak of the draft Supreme Court ruling in the Dobbs case triggered the governor and California legislative leadership to announce its intent to create a California constitutional amendment to protect the right to abortion. This will destroy lives, families, and significantly limit the ability of the Catholic Church in California to protect the unborn. This is the moment for the Church and its 12 million Catholics to engage with their communities, actively and publicly oppose this amendment, and fulfill our baptismal responsibility to protect life at every stage, and at every opportunity. 

Local Catholics offer ‘bridge of love’ to Ukranian family

 

Iryna Shylo (far left) and her two children, Karolina and Tymur, made the difficult decision to leave Ukraine following the Russian invasion in February. They came to the United States after a brief stop in Mexico and are living with Iryna’s half-sister, Olena Ostroushenko, while receiving immigration assistance from the Diocese and two Corona area parishes. Click here to read the story of their harrowing journey>>>

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La Hermana Leticia Salazar visita Roma para el Capítulo General de su congregación religiosa

La Canciller Diocesana, la Hermana Leticia Salazar, ODN, visitó Roma para el Capítulo General mundial de su congregación religiosa, la Orden de la Compañía de María Nuestra Señora. El capítulo tuvo lugar en la Casa General de la congregación, y la Hermana Leticia representó a su provincia. El Capítulo General incluyó una reunión con el Papa Francisco y la Hermana Nathalie Becquart, XMCJ, consultante y subsecretaria para el Sínodo de los Obispos.

Los Obispos de California emiten declaración sobre la filtración del borrador del dictamen en el caso Dobbs

Como respuesta a la filtración del borrador del dictamen en el caso Dobbs vs. la Organización de Salud de Mujeres de Jackson, que sugiere que la corte revocará Roe vs. Wade, la Conferencia de Obispos Católicos de California emitió la siguiente declaración: La filtración del borrador del dictamen de la Corte Suprema en el caso Dobbs provocó que el gobernador y los líderes legislativos de California anunciaran su intención de crear una enmienda constitucional en California para proteger el derecho al aborto. Esto destruirá vidas, familias y limitará significativamente la capacidad de la Iglesia Católica en California para proteger a los no nacidos. Este es el momento para que la Iglesia y sus 12 millones de católicos intervengan en sus comunidades, se opongan activa y públicamente a esta enmienda y cumplan con nuestra responsabilidad bautismal de proteger la vida en cada etapa y en cada oportunidad.

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7 de mayo, 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
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The MiniByte | Sister Leticia Salazar visits Rome, Life, Dignity and Justice Conference and much more!

The MiniByte | Sister Leticia Salazar visits Rome, Life, Dignity and Justice Conference and much more!
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Sister Leticia Salazar visits Rome for congregation’s General Chapter

The Diocese’s Chancellor, Sister Leticia Salazar, ODN, visited Rome for the worldwide General Chapter of her religious congregation, the Order of the Company of Mary Our Lady. The chapter took place at the congregation’s General House, and Sister Leticia represented her province. The General Chapter included a meeting with Pope Francis and with Sister Nathalie Becquart, XMCJ, a consultor and undersecretary to the Synod of Bishops. 

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California bishops release statement on leaked Dobbs opinion

In response to the leaked Supreme Court opinion on the case Dobbs vs. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, which suggests that the court will overturn Roe vs. Wade, the California Catholic Conference of Bishops issued the following statement: The leak of the draft Supreme Court ruling in the Dobbs case triggered the governor and California legislative leadership to announce its intent to create a California constitutional amendment to protect the right to abortion. This will destroy lives, families, and significantly limit the ability of the Catholic Church in California to protect the unborn. This is the moment for the Church and its 12 million Catholics to engage with their communities, actively and publicly oppose this amendment, and fulfill our baptismal responsibility to protect life at every stage, and at every opportunity. 

Local Catholics offer ‘bridge of love’ to Ukranian family

 

Iryna Shylo (far left) and her two children, Karolina and Tymur, made the difficult decision to leave Ukraine following the Russian invasion in February. They came to the United States after a brief stop in Mexico and are living with Iryna’s half-sister, Olena Ostroushenko, while receiving immigration assistance from the Diocese and two Corona area parishes. Click here to read the story of their harrowing journey>>>

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La Hermana Leticia Salazar visita Roma para el Capítulo General de su congregación religiosa

La Canciller Diocesana, la Hermana Leticia Salazar, ODN, visitó Roma para el Capítulo General mundial de su congregación religiosa, la Orden de la Compañía de María Nuestra Señora. El capítulo tuvo lugar en la Casa General de la congregación, y la Hermana Leticia representó a su provincia. El Capítulo General incluyó una reunión con el Papa Francisco y la Hermana Nathalie Becquart, XMCJ, consultante y subsecretaria para el Sínodo de los Obispos.

Los Obispos de California emiten declaración sobre la filtración del borrador del dictamen en el caso Dobbs

Como respuesta a la filtración del borrador del dictamen en el caso Dobbs vs. la Organización de Salud de Mujeres de Jackson, que sugiere que la corte revocará Roe vs. Wade, la Conferencia de Obispos Católicos de California emitió la siguiente declaración: La filtración del borrador del dictamen de la Corte Suprema en el caso Dobbs provocó que el gobernador y los líderes legislativos de California anunciaran su intención de crear una enmienda constitucional en California para proteger el derecho al aborto. Esto destruirá vidas, familias y limitará significativamente la capacidad de la Iglesia Católica en California para proteger a los no nacidos. Este es el momento para que la Iglesia y sus 12 millones de católicos intervengan en sus comunidades, se opongan activa y públicamente a esta enmienda y cumplan con nuestra responsabilidad bautismal de proteger la vida en cada etapa y en cada oportunidad.

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