Don Bosco celebrates St. Patrick’s Day with the “Unfriendly Sons”

Don Bosco Technical Institute, an all-boys Catholic high school in Rosemead, hosted the 11th annual “Unfriendly Sons of St. Patrick Celebration” on Sunday, March 6, 2022. Bosco Trustee and CCF-LA board member Bishop David O’Connell was a co-chair of the event which raised a record $190,000 for tuition assistance and other programs. The jovial evening including […]

Teacher’s Vocation Developing Greatness in Their Students

A job is a means to an end, but a vocation is a continuous call to purpose. For many, finding a vocation takes trial and error, but it is often found when we listen to what ignites our spirit and, ultimately, lies in what God is calling us to do. My vocation is to affirm the innate value […]

Priestly Vocations – A Respond to God’s Call

The joy of Easter invites us to the mission of spreading the good news with confidence that Jesus Christ is risen from the dead. We are invited to recollect ourselves knowing that the Lord is present among us until the end of times. In order to reach all the corners of the world, this sign of […]

Hospital Staff and Chaplains Give Unconditionally – it’s their vocation.

I am Liam Nelson’s grandmother, Kathy McCaffery. Liam was born prematurely at a hospital in Ventura County while we were still very much in the middle of the pandemic, restricting our ability to be at the hospital. He was airlifted to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles a few days after his birth.  The care Liam received […]

Vocations make our communities thrive

It’s the combination of passion and commitment that defines the word vocation. We see vocation in our parents and grandparents, our spouses, our teachers, our caregivers, our first responders, government and social workers, elected officials, and yes, our priests, brothers and sisters in religious life. In this newsletter, we want to recognize vocations because that’s the […]