Msgr. James Benavente honored the priesthood of Christ as he reached a special milestone in his life for serving God and his people as a priest for 25 years during the 11:30 a.m. Sunday Mass July 14, 2019 at the Dulce Nombre de Maria Cathedral-Basilica in Hagåtña. He is the pastor of the Agaña parish.
The Academy of Our Lady Guam Student Council hosted their 12th annual New Student Picnic on July 2, 2019, as a way to welcome new sisters who are about to embark on their new and exciting journey in high school.
Reverend Father Vito B. San Andres was laid to rest at Santo Niño Memorial Park after his funeral Mass Saturday morning, July 6, 2019 at Our Lady of Peñafrancia Shrine in his hometown Naga City, Philippines.
Archbishop Michael Byrnes and the Archdiocese of Agaña extend a hearty welcome to Dr. Juan Flores, the new Superintendent of Catholic Education on Guam.
With the arrival of the first class relics of Saints Louis and Zelie Guerin Martin to their home, the parish family of Santa Teresita in Mangilao will now celebrate a weekly devotion in their honor.
In a last-minute twist, a California bill that would have required priests to break the sacramental seal of confession was shelved by its sponsor amid a remarkable grassroots campaign mounted by the state’s Catholics, members of other faith groups, and religious liberty advocates from across the country.
Two independent theaters have canceled screenings of the pro-life movie “Unplanned” after managers and owners received “serious threats,” according to the Canadian distributor of the movie.
The annual youth camp for CFC-Youth for Christ (YFC) is happening soon at the end of this month.
Sadness loomed Sunday morning on June 30, 2019 upon the spread of news that Father Vito San Andres had passed away.
Blessing bands of wool that archbishops will wear around their shoulders, Pope Francis said, “It is a sign that the shepherds do not live for themselves but for the sheep.”