Los Angeles County Superior Court James Chalfant ruled July 30 that the contested sale of the former convent of the Immaculate Heart of Mary sisters to restaurateur and urban developer Dana Hollister is invalid.
Pope Francis names St. Gregory the Illuminator Armenian as the Cathedral of the Armenian Catholic Eparchy in the United States
On Aug. 2, Cardinal Leonardo Sandri presented Bishop Mikael Mouradian, eparch of the Armenian Catholics in the United States and Canada, with the decree of Pope Francis, by which St. Gregory the Illuminator Armenian Catholic Church was erected as the cathedral of the eparchy.
Too many social trends treat the human person as nothing sacred, but Catholic pro-life efforts are part of an effort to change that, Los Angeles’ Archbishop Jose Gomez said last Wednesday.
Los Angeles County Superior Court James Chalfant ruled July 30 that the contested sale of the former convent of the Immaculate Heart of Mary sisters to restaurateur and urban developer Dana Hollister is invalid. The judge also confirmed that the eight-acre, villa-style hilltop property located in the Los Feliz section of Los Angeles is Church property under the oversight Archbishop José H. Gomez.
For Debra Burley, a longtime parishioner at St. Charles Borromeo Church in North Hollywood, the morning of July 21 brought her an unexpected rush of great joy — and a sense of hope for the future — when she heard the big news: Pope Francis had named Father Robert Barron, Msgr. Joseph V. Brennan and Msgr. David G. O’Connell as auxiliary bishops for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.
Jeff Scott — who has competed in three previous Special Olympics World Games prior to the 2015 competition in Los Angeles — was a day late getting to USA’s training camp at the University of California, Riverside. But the seasoned athlete from Brea had a good excuse. He had to work.
The Los Angeles Archdiocese will promote a culture of life through a training program geared to arm participants with the tools and strategies necessary to defeat assisted suicide initiatives and to defend the dignity of every human life.
After almost two years of negotiations with potential buyers, the Daughters of Charity Health System (DCHS) Board of Directors has selected a private investment firm to recapitalize its heavily in debt healthcare system.
The random killing of a 32 year-old California woman has reignited an intense debate about immigration reform, after the suspect was identified as an illegal immigrant with a felony record.
Last month, seven sophomores from Bishop Montgomery High School (BMHS), Torrance, participated in the 2015 Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership seminar for the Los Angeles region (HOBY-LA), a three-day leadership development program that brought together approximately 150 exceptional students from across the country.
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