Youth athletes from San Jose Tinian posed with Bishop Ryan as they were crowned overall champion for the second straight year at the conclusion of the 2nd Annual Sports Fest last Saturday.

DCK Wraps up 2nd Annual Sports Fest

Posted by - July 21, 2018

San Jose, Tinian Takes Home Back-to-Back Overall Championship “1.. 2… 3… Crusaders!” cheer the athletes of the San Jose Parish in Tinian. The team, dressed in black t-shirts labeled, “Crusaders,” beamed with joy as they posed with their trophy on Saturday afternoon. After four intense and highly competitive days, the 2nd Annual Chalan Kanoa Sports

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JULY– Mother Margarita’s Month

Posted by - July 21, 2018

July is an exciting month in the life of Mother Margarita Maturana, because during this month God graced her with several glorious events. She was born into this world Maria Pilar Lopez de Maturana, along with her twin sister Leonor, on July 25, 1884, and went to her heavenly home on July 23, 1934. The

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Let’s Talk Family! Let’s Be Family!

Posted by - July 14, 2018

Diocese will run series of Seminars on The Joy of Love   “Does the Family continue to be good news for today’s world? I am sure the answer is yes! And this yes is firmly based on God’s plan.” – Pope Francis, March 2017 Pope Francis believes that in a world where humanity is often

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Participants from parishes of Saipan and Tinian, gathered for a group photo with their respective parish priests and Bishop Ryan after the Celebration of the Mass that opened the 2018 2nd Annual Sports Fest.

Sports Fest Opens with Celebration of Mass

Posted by - July 14, 2018

“We are gathered here to begin with a prayer. Last year, we did not begin the Sports Fest with a mass. We were more concerned with having a cheering team, the color of the shirts, and making sure there were snacks and enough water for everyone. As for this year, we have a better way

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A TRIDUUM OF REMEMBRANCE

Posted by - July 14, 2018

July 23 – 1934 Death Anniversary July 24 – Since 2006, Feast Day in the Church July 25 – 1884 Birth Anniversary Wednesday, July 25, 6 PM   In culmination of the Triduum, everyone is invited to remember Blessed Margarita Maria Maturana as Bishop Ryan P. Jimenez presides at the Celebration of the Eucharist at

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Before the 2017-2018 school year ended, Student Council President Dayna Macaranas (second from right) worked with her fellow council officers, (left to right), Treasurer Rosa Castro, Vice President Reica Ramirez, and Moderator Quincy Chinen, to prepare incoming Juniors and Seniors for the new scheduling system.

MOUNT CARMEL SCHOOL PILOTS STUDENT-DRIVEN APPROACH TO COURSE SCHEDULING

Posted by - July 14, 2018

As Mount Carmel School readies for the upcoming 2018-2019 school year, the school announced that it is piloting an innovative, student-driven approach to scheduling high school courses for upperclassmen. Typically, when scheduling courses for a new year or a new semester, high schools and even colleges put together a schedule and then have students sign

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Youth Commission will launch 2nd Annual Sportsfest

Posted by - July 7, 2018

It all started Mt. Carmel Youth youth sports fest. last year with an Ministry (MCYM) this year, the Diocese initiative from – an inter-parochial of Chalan Kanoa itself is spearheading the annual sports fest through the newly established Youth Commission. Last year’s sports fest was well received by the youths of all parishes with the

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Bishop Ryan P. Jimenez (left), who serves as the corporate leader of Mount Carmel School, and school president, Galvin Deleon Guerrero

MOUNT CARMEL SCHOOL’S BOARD OF DIRECTORS MAINTAINS CURRENT TUITION LEVELS

Posted by - July 7, 2018

In an effort to continue helping parents, Mount Carmel School’s Board of Directors recently decided to maintain current tuition levels. While the economy is improving, the board recognized that other issues, such as immigration, are weighing heavily on many families. In the past 20 years, the school has only raised tuition three times, in 1999,

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“LOVE AND PRAYER CAN ACCOMPlISH EVERYTHING”

Posted by - July 7, 2018

MARCH 4, 1928 is the significant day that the First Mercedarian Sisters arrived on Saipan. Mother Margarita was not with the first group of Sisters. She came to Saipan later that year on November 2nd, at first staying only a few days, since she was accompanying the Sisters who would be establishing the first mission

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