• Mural of Brotherhood Unveiled at SGMHS

    A lovely and dramatic image that depicts the connection between the San Gabriel Valley and Celaya, Guanajuato, Mexico, was recently unveiled at the chapel at San Gabriel Mission High School in San Gabriel.

  • Catholic Charities’ San Gabriel Region honors volunteers

    Individuals and organizations dedicated to doing good were feted at the recent 30th annual Volunteer Recognition Dinner hosted by Catholic Charities San Gabriel Region.

  • Astronaut visits San Gabriel Mission schools

    “Anything is possible if you work hard and do well in school,” was the primary message from retired NASA astronaut Jose Hernandez, who recently addressed students at San Gabriel Mission Elementary and High Schools. 

  • Nativity receives Innovations in Catholic Education Award

    “We’re just a little school in El Monte so getting this national attention is such an honor,” says Sister of St. Louis Stacy Reineman, principal at Nativity Elementary School, one of 12 recipients of the 2014 Innovations in Catholic Education Awards from Today’s Catholic Teacher.

  • San Gabriel News — 04/11/2014

    Catholic Charities San Gabriel honors volunteers at May 12 event

    Catholic Charities San Gabriel Region will host its 30th annual Volunteer Recognition and Dinner May 12, 6 p.m. at Quiet Cannon Center in Montebello.

  • San Gabriel News

    Creativity, imagination highlight St. Christopher art show
  • Yarn and prayer make up St. Rita’s Prayer Shawl Ministry

    Putting their faith into their fingers, the volunteers of St. Rita’s Prayer Shawl Ministry have crafted, prayed over and created handmade items for almost 100 homebound and seriously ill parishioners since 2010.

  • ‘We just do what we need to do and put this all in God’s hands’

    Welcoming more than 170 guests who will stay 16 days and eat 3,750 meals might not seem, at first, to be the easiest way to spend a holiday season. But volunteers in the East San Gabriel Valley Coalition (ESGVC) have been hard at work planning for the upcoming winter season which kicks off their Winter Shelter program.

  • La Salle earns second CIF-1A volleyball championship

    La Salle overcame a slow start, then finished strongly to capture its second CIF-Southern Section Division 1A girls volleyball championship in the past three years by defeating Harvard-Westlake (25-22, 25-20, 25-17) at Santiago Canyon College Nov. 23.

  • Cross country: State honors for Salesian, Bishop Amat

    The Salesian High School boys and Bishop Amat girls cross country teams each earned top five placings in the CIF State Cross Country Championships held Nov. 30 at Woodward Park, Fresno.
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