• Vatican astronomer: God reveals himself through science and religion

    Man can learn about God’s personality through creation, Vatican astronomer Brother Consolmagno said, and what he’s noticed in his studies is that God has a love for beautiful things and takes delight in his creation.



  • Archdiocese joins with Californians against SB 128

    The Los Angeles Archdiocese’s Office of Life, Justice and Peace is working with the Coalition of Californians Against Assisted Suicide to form and train teams from parishes to visit legislator offices to encourage opposition to the Physician Assisted Suicide Bill, SB 128, which is also called the “Death with Dignity” act.  

  • Overcoming stage fright

    “You don’t know what you’ve got until you try,” she observes. “And sometimes the most terrified people, actors who are the most shy, are the most brilliant on camera or on stage. So it happened with me. And it was wonderful."

  • Human trafficking survivor to present two workshops at RE Congress

    At the age of 15, Theresa Flores was a happy all-American girl next door from a good Irish Catholic family living in an upper-middle class suburb of Detroit, Mich. Unfortunately, the carefree life she knew would soon be transformed into a living nightmare from which she found no escape for more than two years.


  • Nearly 1,000 attend funeral Mass for late monsignor

    Nearly 1,000 mourners gathered at St. Mary Magdalen Church in Camarillo on Jan. 16 in remembrance of the late Msgr. John C. Hughes, and in recognition of his six-plus decades of priestly service to the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. Msgr. Hughes died Jan. 8 following a short illness, surrounded by friends and fellow priests. He was 90.

  • Stan Chambers (1923-2015) ‘Faith gives you the base’

    Local broadcaster Stan Chambers,the 91-year-old native Angeleno, who attended St. Brendan School, Loyola High School and then-Loyola College (now Loyola Marymount University), died at his Holmby Hills home on Feb. 13.


  • More than 100 couples celebrate World Marriage Day at the Cathedral

    In June of this year, Eddie and Norma Pozo will celebrate their 68th wedding anniversary and, according to this young-at-heart couple, theirs has been fairy-tale romance, which began its first chapter in New York City during World War II.

  • Bishop to Congress: Stop treating immigrants as 'less than human'

    Bishop Gerald Kicanas of Tuscon, Arizona, leveled harsh criticism against the tone of some Congress members, saying that they were treating undocumented migrants as subhuman.

  • ‘The Future of the Catholic Literary Imagination’ at USC

    “The Future of the Catholic Literary Imagination” — a three-day event featuring Tobias Wolff, Alice McDermott, Ron Hansen, Kevin Starr, Julia Alvarez, Dana Gioia and many more acclaimed writers, critics, scholars, editors and journalists — will take place Feb. 19-21 at the University of Southern California. 

  • 50 years after ‘Nostra Aetate’

    Amidst troubling news of growing anti-Semitism in Europe, Jewish Rabbis, Catholic priests and the lay community of both faiths will meet at the Cathedral of Our Lady of Angels in Los Angeles to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the most groundbreaking document in Catholic-Jewish relations, the Nostra Aetate.  

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The parish is the heart of the new evangelization

Archbishop José H. Gomez

As I continue to visit parishes around this great archdiocese, I see every day that the life of faith is lived in the heart of the parish.   

Office for Vocation


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