Friends, among the many disheartening effects of the coronavirus, students have had to forego their graduation ceremonies this year. That’s why I was delighted to film this virtual commencement address for the students at Bishop Garcia Diego High School, here in my Santa Barbara region. I encourage you to watch and share this video with all graduates you know, and please join me in praying for them as they move into the next stage of their lives!
Bishop Barron’s 2020 Commencement Address for Students
by Bishop Robert BarronMay 30, 2020
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