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Announcements January 22, 2023


The Bible/Doctrinal study day has been changed to be held on Tuesdays at 6 pm and will be meeting in the St. Thomas Aquinas room Come and join us! All are encouraged to ask questions about their faith, practices of the Church, your understanding of the Bible of the Church, or even religion in general. This study is open to all members, male and female, and any age group.


The Diocese of San Bernardino’s annual Migrant Mass will be held on Sunday, January 15, 2023 at St. Frances Xavier Cabrini Catholic Church at 3 pm. All are invited and welcome to attend and participate in this Multicultural and Multilingual Mass. At least eight (8) different languages will be sung in the music for this wonderful celebration. The Migrant Mass is held in recognition of National Migration Week—a week set aside in January by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) to recognize and honor the contributions immigrants have made to the United States and the Catholic Church. For more information please contact: Advocacy & Justice for Immigrants Wilfredo Aguirre, Director | 909-475-5351


We are blessed that our Newman Community has stepped up to the tremendous challenge and opportunity to purchase the Rectory for the parish; a vital asset that will benefit the priests that serve us now and in the years to come. Here is a recap from 2022 of the progress that has been made so far: The parish started with a balance of $358,200, and generously gave $44,000 or 12.28%. 46 registered families have either given a one-time donation or chose to donate weekly or monthly. In this new year, with new opportunities and blessings, we are asking once more for generous givers to help us achieve this important goal. As a friendly reminder, this fund is available on our Online Giving Website as our Featured Fund. We thank you all for your prayers and your generosity.


Knights of Columbus will be holding a New Council Organization Meeting on Friday, January 27, 2023 at 7 pm. Are you interested in what the Knights of Columbus do? Would you like to see how you can serve in your capacity? You are invited to join this meeting to gather information and see how fraternal brotherhood serves families, communities, parishes, and the Bishop.


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