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Sobrato Family: Giving Back With An Impact

Silicon Valley is known the world over as a place where dreams become reality and where global technology enterprises are born in someone’s garage....

Your Catholic Legacy

Your legacy is timeless. It has the enduring power to bless the ones you care about and grow our Catholic Community for generations to...

Kathy Almazol Receives Award For Achievements in Catholic Education

By Liz Sullivan Kathy Almazol’s commitment to the Diocese of San Jose goes back to the beginning when the Diocese was formed in 1981 and...

“Our Story” – Saint Clare Eighth Grade Retreat

“Our Story” was the theme of the Saint Clare School Eighth Grade Retreat held at Presentation Retreat Center on March 31. The retreat was...

Saint Martin of Tours School Science Trips: Environmental Stewardship in Action

The breathtaking vistas of Marin Headlands. The granite monoliths of Yosemite. The rainforests of coastal Washington. Each location offers a remarkable experience to visitors;...

Most Holy Trinity Student Reaches Regional Spelling Bee

By Maryan, MHT student Hello, I’m Maryan, and I’m here with Alexis Sigua. We are both students at Most Holy Trinity School in San Jose....

Fun with Stop Motion

The Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Lab at Saint John the Baptist School has brought lots of fun and exciting experience since its...

Saint Victor School’s Garden of Learning Continues to Grow

How can a school garden help students learn? Studies have shown that when children participate in garden-enhanced nutrition education their consumption of fresh fruits...

“Pout Pout Fish” Illustrator Visits Saint Clare

On April 4, Saint Clare students in grades TK to 2 were treated to a presentation by illustrator Dan Hanna. He is the illustrator...

Bishop McGrath Visits Saint Mary of the Immaculate Conception School

Saint Mary of the Immaculate Conception School was blessed with a visit from Bishop Patrick J. McGrath on March 29. He was very involved...