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Diocese committed
to assuring safety

Safe Environment project promotes the power of prevention

Safe Environment Project

St. Edward's
camp draws pupils
from region

Language, math,
more at St. Leo
summer school

Horse camp is a
summer dream
come true

Sports, academics
at Salesian High

Learn how you and
your teen can stay
cool, when anger
heats you up

Exciting play in
50th anniversary

Friendly rivals cap
their CYO career in
championship game

St. Theresa's
volleyball team
wins title

GTU at 50 work
of a sacred character

History of GTU

'We'll feed their
souls' as hundreds
join rally

knows his way
around the globe

How chrism is made

Rev. Richard
McCafferty, S.J.

A beginner's guide
to the Divine Mercy

Catholic television's upcoming programs

Holy Family Sisters plan trio of events

Cal State East Bay
group seeks
Catholic alumni

Newman plans
alumni reunion
on April 20

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Catholic television's upcoming programs

"The Catholic View for Women" airs at 8 p.m. Wednesdays and at 7:30 a.m. Fridays, featuring hosts Teresa Tomeo, Janet Morana and Astrid Gutierrez. "Reflections of Glory: The Origin of Icons" provides a look at the history, development and meaning of iconography at 3:30 p.m. April 18.

"Founders of Church Orders" focuses on the leaders of five major religious orders: Sts. Dominic, Benedict, Francis of Assisi, Ignatius of Loyola and Bernard of Clairvaux at 3:30 p.m. April 22-26.

Lastly, Father James Mallon concludes his series on Dogmatic Theology by setting forth the Church's view of life after death. Among other things, Father answers the question, "Do dogs go to Heaven?" 7 p.m. April 28.

EWTN is available on Comcast 229 (Comcast 30 in Alameda), AT&T 562, Astound 116, DISH Satellite 261 and Direct TV 370. Visit www.ewtn.com for more.

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