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‘Una Noche de Fiesta’

Villanova Preparatory High School is celebrating its 90th anniversary with its annual auction and dinner, hosted at the historic Camarillo Ranch House. The evening will carry the theme, “Una Noche De Fiesta” (“A Night of Celebration”) and will begin at 5:30 p.m. on March 28.

 

 

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Pastoral councils unite for interregional gathering

Pastoral council members from across the Los Angeles Archdiocese’s five regions gathered at Providence High School in Burbank Feb. 21 for the Eighth Annual Interregional Gathering.

The meeting featured addresses by Archbishop José H. Gomez, Bishop Gerald Wilkerson of the San Fernando region, and Father Edward Benioff, director of the Office of New Evangelization.

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Louisville shares stories

This month, Louisville High School students began publishing articles to the recently formed Los Angeles Times website, HS Insider (highschool.latimes.com/about).

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Former student becomes principal at Salesian

Bishop Mora Salesian High School welcomes back former student Alex Chacon as its new principal.

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Knights honor 10th grader for religious liberty essay

Tenth-grade Long Beach student, Loyalty Traster-Lee, won First Place in the Knights of Columbus Essay contest themed, “The Importance of Religious Freedom.”  

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News around the World

Turkish border closed as Christian hostages in Syria spike to 250

The number of ISIS hostages in Syria has increased to at least 250 after continued attacks on Christian villages, and civilians fleeing to the Turkish border have been stranded when not allowed to cross.

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Faith vs. Fashion – Muslim woman spars with Abercrombie in major court case

When an employer’s hiring standards conflict with a prospective employee’s religious practice, when would the employer be guilty of discrimination for not hiring?

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This Lent, the Pope has a message for lapsed Catholics: It's never too late

Fallen away Catholics are being invited to “come home” this Lent through a worldwide initiative led by Pope Francis, which points to confession as a primary way to experience God's merciful embrace.

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‘Not Dead Yet’ leader calls suicide laws ‘ultimate discrimination’

“Basically, the danger of medical mistakes and coercion and abuse are so great that it is not a good idea to create what amounts to a blanket immunity statute for those who would assist at suicides,” she told The Tidings. “Suicide’s not illegal. The issue is how third parties respond to someone who says they want to die," said Diane Coleman.

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Archbishop José H. Gomez

As I write, I’ve just read the sad news that 90 Christians have been kidnapped from two villages in Syria. Of course we were all shocked earlier this month by the news that 21 Coptic Christians were executed in Syria — killed, as Pope Francis said, “for the mere fact of being Christians.” 

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February 27, 2015

  • Friday, February 27

    Lenten Fish Fry, 4:30-8:30 p.m., St. Clare’s, 19606 Calla Way, Canyon Country. Every Friday through March 27. (661) 252-3353. http://www.st-clare.org/.

    Wine Tasting Fundraiser for Alexandria House, 6:30-9 p.m., Silverlake Wine, 2396 Glendale Blvd., Los Angeles. Hosted by Aaron Neubert and Stacy Horth-Neubert. $30. RSVP with Ronda, (213) 381-2649, ronda@alexandriahouse.org.

    Mass and Healing Service, 7:30 p.m., Our Lady of Peace Parish, 15444 Nordhoff St., North Hills. (818) 207-5709.

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