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The MiniByte | Church celebrates 9 Days for Life, Mass of Life and much more!

The MiniByte | Church celebrates 9 Days for Life, Mass of Life and much more!
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Church celebrates 9 Days for Life


This month from Jan. 19-27, the U.S. Church will be celebrating 9 Days for Life, an annual novena for the protection of human life. Each day has a special intention, a short reflection and suggested actions to help build a culture of life. ​Participants can download the novena or sign up to receive the daily prayers via email or text message. Click here to access the novena or to read more information>>>

Click here for more information

Surge impacts parishes, Catholic schools and DPC ministries

The Omicron variant of COVID-19 made its presence felt at the dawning of 2022, with some Catholic schools forced to temporarily close campus and Masses rescheduled because of outbreaks among the clergy. Additionally, the diocese announced that most Diocesan Pastoral Center employees would be working remotely until the end of February. “Like you, after almost two years of challenges with the pandemic, I have very much looked forward to a return to ‘normal.’ But instead, we find ourselves in the midst of another COVID spike, due to the Omicron variant,” wrote Bishop Alberto Rojas in a statement released Jan. 12. “God continues to walk with us through this darkness and if we keep the light of hope in our hearts and minds, we will recognize His loving presence.” Click here to read more>>>

Diocese celebrates annual Migrant Mass

On Jan. 16, the Diocese held its annual Migrant Mass in honor of the many immigrant communities that enrich our region. The Mass was celebrated by Bishop Alberto Rojas at St. Frances Xavier Cabrini in Yucaipa and this year’s theme was “Towards an Ever Wider We.” During his homily, Bishop Rojas emphasized the need to welcome migrants, saying, “It’s a fair, Christian, Catholic thing to do to be welcoming of the immigrant communities.” 

Guatemalan community celebrates traditional feast

On Jan. 15, the Diocese’s Guatemalan community celebrated Cristo de Esquipulas, a traditional Guatemalan feast day in which an image of the crucified Christ with dark skin is venerated. There were three Masses across the Diocese for Cristo de Esquipulas: at Our Lady of Guadalupe Shrine in Riverside, at St. Anthony in Riverside and Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Rancho Cucamonga, the latter of which was celebrated by Bishop Alberto Rojas.
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January 27th, 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.  
Our Lady of the Valley, Hemet
 Flyer - Click Here 
 Register -Click here 

January 30th, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 
Our Lady of Soledad, Coachella  
 Flyer - Click Here 
 Register -Click here 

Every Saturday, 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Lestonnac Free Clinic, San Bernardino
 Flyer - Click Here

La iglesia celebra 9 Días por la Vida

Este mes del 19 al 27 de enero, la Iglesia en los Estados Unidos estará celebrando los 9 Días por la Vida, una novena anual por la protección de la vida humana. Cada día tiene una intención especial, una breve reflexión y acciones sugeridas para ayudar a construir una cultura de la vida. Los participantes pueden descargar la novena o inscribirse para recibir oraciones diarias por correo electrónico o mensaje de texto. Haga clic aquí para acceder a la novena o para obtener más información>>>

Aumento de casos de COVID-19 impacta a las parroquias, escuelas Católicas y ministerios del Centro Pastoral Diocesano

La presencia de la variante Omicron de COVID-19 se hizo presente a principios del 2022, algunas escuelas Católicas se vieron forzadas a cerrar temporalmente sus campus y algunas Misas tuvieron que ser reprogramadas porque hubo brotes entre el clero. Adicionalmente, la diócesis anunció que la mayoría de los empleados del Centro Pastoral Diocesano estarán trabajando remotamente hasta finales de febrero. “Como ustedes, después de casi dos años de desafíos por la pandemia, he deseado profundamente un regreso a la 'normalidad.' Pero al contrario, nos encontramos en medio de otro aumento de COVID, por la variante Omicron,” escribió el Obispo Alberto Rojas en un comunicado emitido el 12 de enero. “Dios sigue caminando con nosotros a través de esta oscuridad, aunque a veces no lo notemos. Mantengamos la luz de la esperanza en nuestras mentes y corazones, y así reconoceremos su presencia amorosa.” 

La Diócesis celebra la Misa Anual para los Migrantes

El 16 de enero, la Diócesis celebró su Misa Anual para los Migrantes en honor a las varias comunidades inmigrantes que enriquecen nuestra región. La Misa fue celebrada por el Obispo Alberto Rojas en Santa Francisca Javier Cabrini en Yucaipa y el lema de este año fue “Hacia un Nosotros Cada Vez más Amplio.” Durante su homilía, el Obispo Rojas enfatizó la necesidad de darle la bienvenida a los migrantes, diciendo “Es una cosa justa, Cristiana y Católica darle la bienvenida a las comunidades migrantes.”

La comunidad Guatemalteca celebra fiesta tradicional

El 15 de enero, la comunidad Guatemalteca de la Diócesis celebró la fiesta del Cristo de Esquipulas, una fiesta tradicional Guatemalteca en que la imagen del Cristo crucificado con piel oscura es venerada. Se celebraron tres Misas alrededor de la Diócesis en honor al Cristo de las Esquipulas: en el Santuario de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe en Riverside, en San Antonio en Riverside y en Nuestra Señora del Monte Carmelo en Rancho Cucamonga, la última fue celebrada por el Obispo Alberto Rojas.

Haga clic aquí para más información
Jueves, 27 de enero, 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. 
Nuestra Señora del Valle, Hemet
Folleto - Haga clic aquí
Registrarse - haga clic aquí 


Domingo, 30 de enero, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.   
Nuestra Señora de la Soledad, Coachella   
Folleto - Haga clic aquí
Registrarse - haga clic aquí 


Cada Sábado, 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Clínica Gratuita Lestonnac, San Bernardino
 Folleto - Haga clic 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
Copyright © 2018 Diocese of San Bernardino, All rights reserved.


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The MiniByte | Church celebrates 9 Days for Life, Mass of Life and much more!

The MiniByte | Church celebrates 9 Days for Life, Mass of Life and much more!
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Church celebrates 9 Days for Life


This month from Jan. 19-27, the U.S. Church will be celebrating 9 Days for Life, an annual novena for the protection of human life. Each day has a special intention, a short reflection and suggested actions to help build a culture of life. ​Participants can download the novena or sign up to receive the daily prayers via email or text message. Click here to access the novena or to read more information>>>

Click here for more information

Surge impacts parishes, Catholic schools and DPC ministries

The Omicron variant of COVID-19 made its presence felt at the dawning of 2022, with some Catholic schools forced to temporarily close campus and Masses rescheduled because of outbreaks among the clergy. Additionally, the diocese announced that most Diocesan Pastoral Center employees would be working remotely until the end of February. “Like you, after almost two years of challenges with the pandemic, I have very much looked forward to a return to ‘normal.’ But instead, we find ourselves in the midst of another COVID spike, due to the Omicron variant,” wrote Bishop Alberto Rojas in a statement released Jan. 12. “God continues to walk with us through this darkness and if we keep the light of hope in our hearts and minds, we will recognize His loving presence.” Click here to read more>>>

Diocese celebrates annual Migrant Mass

On Jan. 16, the Diocese held its annual Migrant Mass in honor of the many immigrant communities that enrich our region. The Mass was celebrated by Bishop Alberto Rojas at St. Frances Xavier Cabrini in Yucaipa and this year’s theme was “Towards an Ever Wider We.” During his homily, Bishop Rojas emphasized the need to welcome migrants, saying, “It’s a fair, Christian, Catholic thing to do to be welcoming of the immigrant communities.” 

Guatemalan community celebrates traditional feast

On Jan. 15, the Diocese’s Guatemalan community celebrated Cristo de Esquipulas, a traditional Guatemalan feast day in which an image of the crucified Christ with dark skin is venerated. There were three Masses across the Diocese for Cristo de Esquipulas: at Our Lady of Guadalupe Shrine in Riverside, at St. Anthony in Riverside and Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Rancho Cucamonga, the latter of which was celebrated by Bishop Alberto Rojas.
Click here for more information

January 27th, 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.  
Our Lady of the Valley, Hemet
 Flyer - Click Here 
 Register -Click here 

January 30th, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 
Our Lady of Soledad, Coachella  
 Flyer - Click Here 
 Register -Click here 

Every Saturday, 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Lestonnac Free Clinic, San Bernardino
 Flyer - Click Here

La iglesia celebra 9 Días por la Vida

Este mes del 19 al 27 de enero, la Iglesia en los Estados Unidos estará celebrando los 9 Días por la Vida, una novena anual por la protección de la vida humana. Cada día tiene una intención especial, una breve reflexión y acciones sugeridas para ayudar a construir una cultura de la vida. Los participantes pueden descargar la novena o inscribirse para recibir oraciones diarias por correo electrónico o mensaje de texto. Haga clic aquí para acceder a la novena o para obtener más información>>>

Aumento de casos de COVID-19 impacta a las parroquias, escuelas Católicas y ministerios del Centro Pastoral Diocesano

La presencia de la variante Omicron de COVID-19 se hizo presente a principios del 2022, algunas escuelas Católicas se vieron forzadas a cerrar temporalmente sus campus y algunas Misas tuvieron que ser reprogramadas porque hubo brotes entre el clero. Adicionalmente, la diócesis anunció que la mayoría de los empleados del Centro Pastoral Diocesano estarán trabajando remotamente hasta finales de febrero. “Como ustedes, después de casi dos años de desafíos por la pandemia, he deseado profundamente un regreso a la 'normalidad.' Pero al contrario, nos encontramos en medio de otro aumento de COVID, por la variante Omicron,” escribió el Obispo Alberto Rojas en un comunicado emitido el 12 de enero. “Dios sigue caminando con nosotros a través de esta oscuridad, aunque a veces no lo notemos. Mantengamos la luz de la esperanza en nuestras mentes y corazones, y así reconoceremos su presencia amorosa.” 

La Diócesis celebra la Misa Anual para los Migrantes

El 16 de enero, la Diócesis celebró su Misa Anual para los Migrantes en honor a las varias comunidades inmigrantes que enriquecen nuestra región. La Misa fue celebrada por el Obispo Alberto Rojas en Santa Francisca Javier Cabrini en Yucaipa y el lema de este año fue “Hacia un Nosotros Cada Vez más Amplio.” Durante su homilía, el Obispo Rojas enfatizó la necesidad de darle la bienvenida a los migrantes, diciendo “Es una cosa justa, Cristiana y Católica darle la bienvenida a las comunidades migrantes.”

La comunidad Guatemalteca celebra fiesta tradicional

El 15 de enero, la comunidad Guatemalteca de la Diócesis celebró la fiesta del Cristo de Esquipulas, una fiesta tradicional Guatemalteca en que la imagen del Cristo crucificado con piel oscura es venerada. Se celebraron tres Misas alrededor de la Diócesis en honor al Cristo de las Esquipulas: en el Santuario de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe en Riverside, en San Antonio en Riverside y en Nuestra Señora del Monte Carmelo en Rancho Cucamonga, la última fue celebrada por el Obispo Alberto Rojas.

Haga clic aquí para más información
Jueves, 27 de enero, 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. 
Nuestra Señora del Valle, Hemet
Folleto - Haga clic aquí
Registrarse - haga clic aquí 


Domingo, 30 de enero, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.   
Nuestra Señora de la Soledad, Coachella   
Folleto - Haga clic aquí
Registrarse - haga clic aquí 


Cada Sábado, 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Clínica Gratuita Lestonnac, San Bernardino
 Folleto - Haga clic 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
Copyright © 2018 Diocese of San Bernardino, All rights reserved.


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The MiniByte | Bishop Rojas offers message of hope amid surge, Migrant Mass and much more!

The MiniByte | Bishop Rojas offers message of hope amid surge, Migrant Mass and much more!
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Bishop Rojas offers message of hope amid surge

As the world experiences the latest COVID-19 surge, Bishop Alberto Rojas offers the faithful a message of hope and encouragement for 2022. Click here to read the full message.

Click here for more information

Fr. Gonazlez, Fr. Nguyen complete educational milestones

Father Javier Gonzalez recently defended his thesis and completed a Doctorate of Missiology from the Pontifical Urbaniana University in Rome, Italy. His thesis was entitled, “Light of Hope: A Renewal of the Church in the Light of the Embodiment of its Constants and the Pastoral Circle.” Father Javier will soon return to the Diocese to receive a new assignment. Congratulations and good work Father Doctor Javier Gonzalez!

Father Tong Nguyen recently completed a Licentiate in Canon Law from St. Paul University in Ottawa, Canada. Father Tong  completed a four year degree in three years by taking on more courses and completing early his comprehensive exam. He will continue his ministry in the Office of Canonical Services at the Diocesan Pastoral Center. Congratulations and good work Father Tong Nguyen, JCL!

COVID surge impacts Religious Ed programs, schools

In the early days of 2022, at least three Catholic schools were forced to temporarily close due to staffing impacts caused by the highly contagious Omnicron variant of COVID-19. St. Adelaide Academy, St. Edward School and Holy Rosary Academy suspended in-person instruction last week, although the latter two have since returned to campus.

Meanwhile, the Diocesan Office of Catechetical Ministry sent an emergency protocol to parishes Jan. 5 requesting that all parish catechetical sessions be moved to online/distance learning through March 31. "Most of our parishes have had a plan in place for online catechetical sessions since last year...We are requesting that they implement that plan or refresh it as needed," reads a memorandum from Maria D. Covarrubias, Director of the Department of Ministry of Educational Services for the Diocese.
 

Click here for more information

January 16th, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.  
Our Lady of Guadalupe, Mecca  
 Flyer - Click Here 
 Register -Click here 

January 30th, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 
Our Lady of Soledad, Coachella  
 Flyer - Click Here 
 Register -Click here 

Every Saturday, 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Lestonnac Free Clinic, San Bernardino
 Flyer - Click Here

The Titles of St Joseph - Model of Workers
El Obispo Rojas ofrece un mensaje de esperanza en medio del aumento reciente de COVID-19

En medio del aumento reciente en casos de COVID-19 a nivel mundial, el Obispo Alberto Rojas ofrece a los fieles un mensaje de esperanza y ánimo para el 2022.  Haga clic aquí para leer el mensaje completo >>>

El aumento de COVID impacta a los programas de Educación Religiosa y las escuelas

En los primeros días del 2022, tres escuelas Católicas tuvieron que cerrar temporalmente dado  los impactos al personal causados por la variante del COVID-19 Ómicron, que es altamente contagiosa.  La Academia de Santa Adelaide, la Escuela San Eduardo y la Academia del Santo Rosario suspendieron la instrucción en persona la semana pasada, aunque las dos últimas escuelas ya han regresado al campus. Al mismo tiempo, la Oficina Diocesana para el Ministerio de la Catequesis envió un protocolo de emergencia a las parroquias el 5 de enero pidiendo que todas las sesiones catequéticas fueran trasladadas a aprendizaje en línea/a distancia hasta el 31 de marzo.  “La mayoría de nuestras parroquias tenían establecido un plan para sesiones catequéticas en línea desde el año pasado..Estamos pidiendo que implementen este plan o lo actualicen en cuanto sea necesario,”  dice el memorándum de Maria D. Covarrubias, Directora del Departamento del Ministerio de Servicios Educativos para la Diócesis.

El Padre Gonzalez y El Padre Nguyen logran metas educativas

Recientemente el Padre Javier González defendió su tesis y completó un Doctorado en Misiología de la Universidad Pontificia Urbaniana en Roma, Italia.  Su tesis se titula, “Luz de Esperanza: Una Renovación de la Iglesia a la luz de su Encarnación y sus Constantes y el Círculo Pastoral.”  El Padre Javier pronto regresará a la Diócesis para recibir una nueva asignación.  ¡Felicitaciones y bien hecho Padre Doctor Javier González!

El Padre Tong Nguyen recientemente completó su Licenciatura en Ley Canónica de la Universidad de San Pablo en Ottawa, Canadá.  El Padre Tong logró completar su licenciatura de cuatro años en tres años porque tomó más cursos y completó su examen comprensivo antes de tiempo.  Continuará con su  ministerio en la Oficina de Servicios Canónicos en el Centro Pastoral Diocesano.  ¡Felicitaciones y bien hecho Padre Tong Nguyen, JCL!

Haga clic aquí para más información
Domingo, 16 de enero, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 
Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe, Mecca   
Folleto - Haga clic aquí
Registrarse - haga clic aquí 


Domingo, 30 de enero, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.   
Nuestra Señora de la Soledad, Coachella   
Folleto - Haga clic aquí
Registrarse - haga clic aquí 


Cada Sábado, 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Clínica Gratuita Lestonnac, San Bernardino
 Folleto - Haga clic aquí 

 
Los títulos de San José - Modelo de trabajadores

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
Copyright © 2018 Diocese of San Bernardino, All rights reserved.


Our mailing address is:
[email protected]

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The MiniByte | Bishop Rojas offers message of hope amid surge, Migrant Mass and much more!

The MiniByte | Bishop Rojas offers message of hope amid surge, Migrant Mass and much more!
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Bishop Rojas offers message of hope amid surge

As the world experiences the latest COVID-19 surge, Bishop Alberto Rojas offers the faithful a message of hope and encouragement for 2022. Click here to read the full message.

Click here for more information

Fr. Gonazlez, Fr. Nguyen complete educational milestones

Father Javier Gonzalez recently defended his thesis and completed a Doctorate of Missiology from the Pontifical Urbaniana University in Rome, Italy. His thesis was entitled, “Light of Hope: A Renewal of the Church in the Light of the Embodiment of its Constants and the Pastoral Circle.” Father Javier will soon return to the Diocese to receive a new assignment. Congratulations and good work Father Doctor Javier Gonzalez!

Father Tong Nguyen recently completed a Licentiate in Canon Law from St. Paul University in Ottawa, Canada. Father Tong  completed a four year degree in three years by taking on more courses and completing early his comprehensive exam. He will continue his ministry in the Office of Canonical Services at the Diocesan Pastoral Center. Congratulations and good work Father Tong Nguyen, JCL!

COVID surge impacts Religious Ed programs, schools

In the early days of 2022, at least three Catholic schools were forced to temporarily close due to staffing impacts caused by the highly contagious Omnicron variant of COVID-19. St. Adelaide Academy, St. Edward School and Holy Rosary Academy suspended in-person instruction last week, although the latter two have since returned to campus.

Meanwhile, the Diocesan Office of Catechetical Ministry sent an emergency protocol to parishes Jan. 5 requesting that all parish catechetical sessions be moved to online/distance learning through March 31. "Most of our parishes have had a plan in place for online catechetical sessions since last year...We are requesting that they implement that plan or refresh it as needed," reads a memorandum from Maria D. Covarrubias, Director of the Department of Ministry of Educational Services for the Diocese.
 

Click here for more information

January 16th, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.  
Our Lady of Guadalupe, Mecca  
 Flyer - Click Here 
 Register -Click here 

January 30th, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 
Our Lady of Soledad, Coachella  
 Flyer - Click Here 
 Register -Click here 

Every Saturday, 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Lestonnac Free Clinic, San Bernardino
 Flyer - Click Here

The Titles of St Joseph - Model of Workers
El Obispo Rojas ofrece un mensaje de esperanza en medio del aumento reciente de COVID-19

En medio del aumento reciente en casos de COVID-19 a nivel mundial, el Obispo Alberto Rojas ofrece a los fieles un mensaje de esperanza y ánimo para el 2022.  Haga clic aquí para leer el mensaje completo >>>

El aumento de COVID impacta a los programas de Educación Religiosa y las escuelas

En los primeros días del 2022, tres escuelas Católicas tuvieron que cerrar temporalmente dado  los impactos al personal causados por la variante del COVID-19 Ómicron, que es altamente contagiosa.  La Academia de Santa Adelaide, la Escuela San Eduardo y la Academia del Santo Rosario suspendieron la instrucción en persona la semana pasada, aunque las dos últimas escuelas ya han regresado al campus. Al mismo tiempo, la Oficina Diocesana para el Ministerio de la Catequesis envió un protocolo de emergencia a las parroquias el 5 de enero pidiendo que todas las sesiones catequéticas fueran trasladadas a aprendizaje en línea/a distancia hasta el 31 de marzo.  “La mayoría de nuestras parroquias tenían establecido un plan para sesiones catequéticas en línea desde el año pasado..Estamos pidiendo que implementen este plan o lo actualicen en cuanto sea necesario,”  dice el memorándum de Maria D. Covarrubias, Directora del Departamento del Ministerio de Servicios Educativos para la Diócesis.

El Padre Gonzalez y El Padre Nguyen logran metas educativas

Recientemente el Padre Javier González defendió su tesis y completó un Doctorado en Misiología de la Universidad Pontificia Urbaniana en Roma, Italia.  Su tesis se titula, “Luz de Esperanza: Una Renovación de la Iglesia a la luz de su Encarnación y sus Constantes y el Círculo Pastoral.”  El Padre Javier pronto regresará a la Diócesis para recibir una nueva asignación.  ¡Felicitaciones y bien hecho Padre Doctor Javier González!

El Padre Tong Nguyen recientemente completó su Licenciatura en Ley Canónica de la Universidad de San Pablo en Ottawa, Canadá.  El Padre Tong logró completar su licenciatura de cuatro años en tres años porque tomó más cursos y completó su examen comprensivo antes de tiempo.  Continuará con su  ministerio en la Oficina de Servicios Canónicos en el Centro Pastoral Diocesano.  ¡Felicitaciones y bien hecho Padre Tong Nguyen, JCL!

Haga clic aquí para más información
Domingo, 16 de enero, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 
Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe, Mecca   
Folleto - Haga clic aquí
Registrarse - haga clic aquí 


Domingo, 30 de enero, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.   
Nuestra Señora de la Soledad, Coachella   
Folleto - Haga clic aquí
Registrarse - haga clic aquí 


Cada Sábado, 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Clínica Gratuita Lestonnac, San Bernardino
 Folleto - Haga clic aquí 

 
Los títulos de San José - Modelo de trabajadores

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
Copyright © 2018 Diocese of San Bernardino, All rights reserved.


Our mailing address is:
[email protected]

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The MiniByte | Bishop Rojas celebrates birthday, Synod consultation begins, and much more!

The MiniByte | Bishop Rojas celebrates birthday, Synod consultation begins, and much more!
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Bishop Rojas celebrates his birthday

On this day in 1965 Bishop Alberto Rojas was born in Aguascalientes, Mexico to Fidel Rojas and Maria De la Cruz Garcia. We give thanks to God today for the life and ministry of Bishop Rojas and we pray that the Holy Spirit continue to guide him as the Chief Shepherd of the Diocese of San Bernardino. 

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Diocese, parishes prepare to launch Synod consultation

 The early months of 2022 will see the Diocese and its parishes engaged in a period of intense consultation with the faithful as part of the worldwide Synod on Synodality.
 The stage for this important Q&A exercise was set in November and December as more than 500 participants, including priests, deacons, diocesan employees and parish lay leaders, attended orientation sessions to begin their training as facilitators of the Synod consultation. Parish pastors have selected their teams, which are now reviewing a facilitator guide developed by the Diocese. Click here to read the full story in the Inland Catholic BYTE.

Bringing hope to the world starts with us

As I look back on 2020 and 2021, I see a time of darkness and fear. We have all experienced painful losses during this time, and some are deeply grieving the death of people they loved. COVID-19 is still with us, claiming lives in our communities and around the world. The discovery of the Omicron variant and all the questions that surround it are bringing our hopes and plans for 2022 into question. 
 In this country we are politically polarized to the point that we seem to live in different universes, unable to communicate with each other. And our Church, once seen as a sign of unity, is also deeply divided along the same lines. Click here to read the full column in the Inland Catholic BYTE.
 

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Bishop Rojas' Message on the Synod on Synodality
El Obispo Rojas celebra su cumpleaños 

En este día en 1965 el Obispo Alberto Rojas nació en Aguascalientes, México a Fidel Rojas y María De la Cruz García.  Hoy le damos gracias a Dios por la vida y el ministerio del Obispo Rojas y le pedimos al Espíritu Santo que continúe guiándolo como el Pastor Principal de la Diócesis de San Bernardino.
 

Lideres diocesanos y parroquiales se preparan para lanzar consulta Sinodal

Los primeros meses del 2022 serán un tiempo en que la Diócesis y sus parroquias participarán en un periodo de consulta intensa con los fieles como parte del Sínodo mundial sobre la sinodalidad.
 La escena para este importante ejercicio de preguntas y respuestas se planteó en noviembre y diciembre cuando más de 500 participantes, incluyendo sacerdotes, diáconos, empleados diocesanos y líderes parroquiales laicos, asistieron a sesiones de orientación para comenzar su entrenamiento como facilitadores del proceso de consulta del Sínodo. Los Párrocos han seleccionado sus equipos, que ahora están revisando una guía para facilitadores desarrollada por la Diócesis. Haga clic aquí para leer el artículo completo en El Compás Católico
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