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CURRENT ISSUE:   March 24, 2008   •   VOL. 46, NO. 6   •   Oakland, CA

Chaldean bishop says
U.S. is accountable
for death of Iraqi
Michigan bishop believes the Bush administration is "ignoring the problem.". . . >>>

  Carrie Mcclish photo
Teams reach out to victims’ families
Catholic Charities offers aid for Oakland families and friends
jarred by the violent death of a young loved one. . . >>>

Info sessions set on school plans (See dates and times below photo)
Future students of John Paul II High School in Livermore stand alongside Bishop Allen Vigneron after a sign announcing the school’s location was erected March 5. Graduates of St. Michael School in Livermore and St. Raymond School in Dublin are likely to make up part of the expected 1,200 student body.

A series of information meetings about the new Catholic high school being built in Livermore will be held over the next eight weeks. Parents and parishioners interested in seeing a model of the future John Paul II High School and learning details about the new school are invited to attend.

Members of the diocesan school department staff, the diocesan school board and the new high school’s steering board will make presentations and answer questions.

Bishop Allen Vigneron will kick off the meetings on April 8 at St. Raymond Church in Dublin at 7 p.m. Subsequent meetings will be held as follows:

April 23, St. Michael Church, Livermore, 6:30 p.m.

April 28, St. Isidore Church, Danville, 7 p.m.

May 5, St. Elizabeth Seton Church, Pleasanton, 7 p.m.

May 12, St. Joan of Arc Church, San Ramon, 7:30 p.m.


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