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Fr. James E. Thornton, S.J.

We are now officially the San Jose Chinese Catholic Mission! I’m sure there will be many videos and pictures to come, but first I wanted to share a blast from the past. A history lesson of sorts. Fr. James E. … Continue reading

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Taking the Mission to Heart

Now that our community is becoming a Mission, over the past few weeks, the Watermark Staff have been attending Safe Environment trainings to make sure that we meet all of the diocesan requirements for working with youth. The training that … Continue reading

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Follow-up From Watermark Founder

As a follow-up to the post about the Wall Street Journal article on, “Why Chinese Mothers are Superior,” Gene Yang, one of the founders of Watermark, was asked by the WSJ to draw a cartoon follow-up to the article. Pretty … Continue reading

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Are Chinese Mothers Superior?

The most popular Wall Street Journal article at the moment is one entitled, “Why Chinese Mothers are Superior.” Being raised by a Chinese mother, my first reaction is, “Yeeup! That’s right!” After reading the article, my next reaction is to … Continue reading

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