• The Catholic Textbook Project

    The Catholic Textbook Project is offering a free giveaway for the month of February in order to introduce their nationally acclaimed History and Social Studies textbooks to Catholic educators. A Textbook Sampler CD will be made available to teachers upon request.

  • Submitting Minister Workshop in Camarillo

    The Metropolitan Tribunal is sponsoring a one-day workshop for individuals who assist with matrimonial nullity requests. The Submitting Minister Workshop will include information on the theology of marriage, the role of the submitting minister, and the Tribunal process for submitting petitions for a canonical investigation of marriage.

  • Old Mission tours in Santa Barbara

    As part of the experience at Old Mission Santa Barbara, handful of tours are offered for the faithful to take in the beauty and grandeur of what is known as the Queen of the Missions.  

  • C.S. Lewis’ ‘The Great Divorce’ at the Fred Kavli Theater

    This month, the acclaimed theatrical adaptation of C.S. Lewis’ “The Great Divorce” comes to Thousand Oaks.

  • Adult faith formation in Santa Barbara

    Adults who are seeking Confirmation, Catechist certification, or are interested in enriching and updating their faith are encouraged to participate in San Raphael’s Adult Faith Formation group.

  • Volunteers needed

    Common Ground Santa Barbara County, in partnership with the Central Coast Collaborative on Homelessness (C3H), works to house the most vulnerable individuals and families in Santa Barbara County.

  • Kid elves to fill Christmas baskets in Solvang

    Children wearing elf hats will help prepare Christmas baskets for disadvantaged families Dec. 16 at Old Mission Santa Ines in Solvang. 

  • A cross-cultural experience

    Cherry Jia, Jessica Jin, Katherine Guo, Sunny Yu, Catherine Zhang, Kelly Yi, Rita Fan and Joyce Wu enrolled in grades 7-10 at La Reina in Thousand Oaks last fall. The girls first learned about La Reina during a visit made to China by teacher Kathryn Quist and Robin Fontana, junior high assistant principal.

  • A warm place for the homeless in Oxnard

    On Dec. 1, St. Vincent de Paul of Los Angeles opened Winter Warming Shelter at the Oxnard Armory, located at 351 South K Street, Oxnard. The shelter, now in its 13th year, will operate daily from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. through March 31, 2015. The Ventura Winter Shelter is a safe haven that assists homeless individuals during the coldest months of the year. It was started in reaction to widely publicized reports of homeless men and women freezing to death on park benches and heating grates.

  • Encountering Jesus Christ in Advent

    Advent can be a time of excessive busyness and stress as we prepare for Christmas Day, but it also provides us an opportunity for reflection and renewal of spirit as we ponder and celebrate the miracle of God becoming one with us through the birth of Jesus.  

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Voices

What are we working for?

Archbishop José H. Gomez

What is work? Why do we do it and what are we working for? What does God want from our work? What does our work mean in light of our Catholic faith? 

 

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