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In photo above, Casey and Amanda Valine and their sons, Nolan, 7, and Owen, 11.

Catholic schools have long attracted Catholics and non-Catholics alike to their educational environments which focus on high quality, Gospel-based education. The Church regards Catholic schools as important in assisting families to educate their children, but also instrumental in sharing the light of Christ with all people. The National Catholic Educational Association reports that more than 20 percent of students enrolled in Catholic schools are non-Catholic.

- Your Faith

While attending St. Polycarp School in Stanton, the first time a television was ever wheeled into the classroom was for watching the various Apollo space missions. With each launch we were brought closer to the national objective: to be the first to put a human person on the moon. I remember my classmates and me, with eyes wide open, seeing the earth spinning in dark space. It was the first time humanity had ever glimpsed our planetary home. The vastness of the world suddenly became much smaller as the boundless reaches of the universe enveloped the bright blue orb.

- Your Stories

In photo above, Casey and Amanda Valine and their sons, Nolan, 7, and Owen, 11.

Catholic schools have long attracted Catholics and non-Catholics alike to their educational environments which focus on high quality, Gospel-based education. The Church regards Catholic schools as important in assisting families to educate their children, but also instrumental in sharing the light of Christ with all people. The National Catholic Educational Association reports that more than 20 percent of students enrolled in Catholic schools are non-Catholic.

- Your Faith

While attending St. Polycarp School in Stanton, the first time a television was ever wheeled into the classroom was for watching the various Apollo space missions. With each launch we were brought closer to the national objective: to be the first to put a human person on the moon. I remember my classmates and me, with eyes wide open, seeing the earth spinning in dark space. It was the first time humanity had ever glimpsed our planetary home. The vastness of the world suddenly became much smaller as the boundless reaches of the universe enveloped the bright blue orb.

News & Events | Around the Diocese

February 03, 2023 - Event

The Father-Son Program explores God’s special gift of human sexuality and fertility as well as the goodness and wonder of his plan for growing up and becoming a man of integrity. It is designed for fathers* and their 12-16-year-old sons. All content is pure, light-hearted, and affirming.


February 11, 2023 - Event

Join us as we honor marriage and salute the beauty of faithfulness, sacrifice, and joy in married life. There will be a special blessing for sacramentally married couples and an opportunity for them to renew their marital commitment.


January 28, 2023 - Event

¡Convocamos a todo el Liderazgo Hispano en la Diócesis a unirnos en oración y reflexión en comunión con nuestro Obispo Jaime Soto! Con la participación de Katherine Angulo, M.A, Director del Programa: Thriving in Ministry Initiative, Notre Dame University, McGrath Institute.


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Deacon Guzman remains without ministerial faculties in the Diocese of Sacramento.

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