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GRADUATION:
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Tribute to the
Class of 2016

Congratulations to graduates from Most Rev. Michael C. Barber, SJ and Sister Barbara Bray, SNJM

Saint Mary's College High School

Bishop O'Dowd
High School

St. Elizabeth
High School

Carondelet
High School

Moreau Catholic
High School

Holy Names
High School

Salesian College Preparatory

De La Salle
High School

St. Joseph Notre Dame High School

Lesson learned:
'Be a priest
for those kids'

Dream delayed:
Mom receives her
diploma at
St. Elizabeth
graduation

Carondelet's
50th anniversary culminates with
two-day celebration

St. Philip Neri
graduate awarded CYO scholarship

In service,
SJND students encouraged to
follow their passion

St. Martin de Porres graduate awarded Roger Warrick Scholarship

New principals to serve in the Diocese
of Oakland schools

Student volunteers make 'Healing
Space' for high
school senior

BOD grad National Merit winner

May crowning
at All Saints

Altar servers
honored

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placeholder June 13, 2016   •   VOL. 54, NO. 11   •   Oakland, CA


Charismatics meet
More than 1,000 people participated in the 29th annual Northern California Renewal Coalition's Catholic Charismatic Convention May 27-29 in Santa Clara. The event included liturgy, adoration and educational seminars. One highlight was the display of relics of St. Padre Pio, the Capuchin stigmatist who died in 1968. Right, Italian Rev. GianMaria Digiorgio, OFM, Cap., a pupil of Padre Pio, spoke in Italian about the saint, while Doris Prevot of Antioch, translated. Among the many vendors at the event was Pauline Books & Media in Redwood City, left. Sister Jennifer Tecla of the Daughters of St. Paul said the bookstore and Sisters' convent may move to Menlo Park in the fall. For more information on the renewal coalition: www.ncrcspirit.org.
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