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The next meeting will be the March Officers/Planning Meeting. This is, naturally, MANDATORY for all Chapter officers as well as all District Deputies. Grand Knights as well as council delegates and non-delegates are always welcome to attend. The meeting will be held on Friday, March 13, 2020. It
Rest in Peace, Father Humphrys. You will always be loved.
7 I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I ha
This years Seminarian Burse was a huge success. In fact, this year we set a new record for the amount raised at the dinner, over $17,000. So far, our total raised is over $18,000. This was done, however, with the participation of fewer than half of our councils. With full participation we should
In the first reading we hear God tell Moses, “You shall not bear hatred … take no revenge … love your neighbor as yourself.” Then in the Gospel Jesus tells his disciples, turn the other cheek… love your enemy …Be perfect, just as your heavenly Father is per
Shalom World interviewed former Harvard Professor Roy Schoeman regarding his Catholic conversion story. The business professor revealed how a series of mystical encounters led him to Catholicism, including an intimate experience with the Blessed Vi
Yes, my brother Knights. The Knights of Columbus Team is now registered for the 2020 Big Bear Polar Plunge. Avoid the rush, register now and you, too, can enjoy taking a refreshing dip into the balmy waters of scenic Big Bear Lake. Put March 7 on your calendar now to save that date. You can regis
Keep Christ in Christmas Poster Contest:
Order kits no later than 31 October
Council judging by 31 December
District judging 15 Jan Would like district winners by17 January for judging by Chapter
Chapter judging 31 Jan.
Come with us, bring your friends and family, and we can all enjoy together a wonderful afternoon watching a hockey game in beautiful donwtown Ontario. All this for the low low price of $16. Download the attached flyer for all the details.
The Bible tells us that "Faith without works is dead." The link below will lead you to some practical ideas of how you can convert your pro-life faith into action.
Prayer for Life
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We often discuss who might be the best athletes, the best artists, the best writers, the best musicians; also, it must be said, there are the best of mothers. By far—and in a class by herself—the Blessed Virgin Mary was, is and always will be the best of all mothers.
This is one of the most comprehensive Catholic prayer books around. It is highly recommend to view, download, and most importantly, to pray.
The ADVC has many great events planned for this year. Our calendar is posted here.
This is one of, if not the, most powerful pro-life messages we’ve ever seen. This video was produced by the French March for Life movement, Marche Pour La Vie.
It honestly left our staff speechless. It is that powerful.
Knights providing Catholic families with security and protection, in faith,
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Pope Francis Monday named Bishop Alberto Rojas, an auxiliary bishop of Chicago, to be coadjutor of the Diocese of
BISHOP GERALD R. BARNES
Most Reverend Gerald Richard Barnes was born on June 22, 1945 in Phoenix, Arizona. His parents, George and Aurora, moved to Los Angeles when he was one year old. He and his five brothers and one sister grew up in the East Los Angeles area of Boyle Heights where his family owned a grocery store. Each of the children helped in the operation of the store. His mother, Aurora, died in May of 1991, and his father, George, died in May of 1998. His brothers and sister still reside in the greater Los Angeles area.
Bishop Barnes attended public schools with his religious education overseen by Our Lady of Victory Missionary Sisters (Victory Noll) at San Basilio Center on Fetterly Avenue. He graduated from Roosevelt High School in Los Angeles and went on to attend California State University, Los Angeles where he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science in 1967. After attending seminaries in St. Louis, Missouri and in Dayton, Ohio, he enrolled in the Assumption-St. John Seminary in San Antonio, Texas.
On December 20, 1975, Bishop Barnes was ordained a priest for the Archdiocese of San Antonio by Most Rev. Francis J. Furey. He was later named an honorary prelate with the title of Monsignor. In January, 1992, he was appointed as the first auxiliary bishop of the Diocese of San Bernardino by Pope John Paul II. His last assignment before being named auxiliary bishop was rector of his alma mater, Assumption-St. John Seminary in San Antonio.
After his episcopal ordination on March 18, 1992, Bishop Barnes assisted Bishop Phillip Straling in conducting parish visitations, celebrating confirmation liturgies, and attending Diocesan and community functions. Following the June 1995 transfer of Bishop Staling to the reconstituted Diocese of Reno, Bishop Barnes served as administrator of the Diocese of San Bernardino until Pope John Paul II appointed him diocesan bishop on December 28, 1995. On March 12, 1996, before a crowd of over 2,500 people, he was installed as the second bishop of the Diocese of San Bernardino.
With over 27,000 square miles and over 1.2 million Catholics, Bishop Barnes is chief shepherd to one of the fastest growing dioceses in the nation. In addition to his leadership of his local church, he currently serves as chair of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops' sub-committee on Hispanic Affairs and is a member of the USCCB Committee on Cultural Diversity in the Church. At the local level, he is a member of the board of the Inland Empire Hispanic Scholarship Fund.
His episcopal motto is, “Amar Es Entregarse”, “Love is the Total Giving of Oneself”.