On April 18, the parish community of St. John Vianney Church in Hacienda Heights held a successful golf tournament fundraiser to rebuild their church, destroyed when an arsonist dowsed the building in lighter fluid five years ago.
Law enforcement officers, firefighters, paramedics, emergency room personnel and civilian support staff from across the Archdiocese of Los Angeles processed into the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels in Downtown L.A. on April 17 for a special Mass honoring their calling and devotion to public safety.
Father Raymond Thomas Gawronski, S.J., professor of dogmatics at St. Patrick's Seminary and University in Menlo Park, California, died in the closing hours of April 14 of complications from cancer, at the age of 65.
We are gratified by Judge Bowick’s decision that invalidates the Hollister transaction. This judgment confirms Judge Chalfant’s previous ruling that the sale of the Institute of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Sisters’ property to Dana Hollister was “improper and invalid.” Today, the court agreed with each of the archdiocese’s arguments. As a result, the court’s decision cancels the Hollister transaction.
Lifelong Catholic Mark Padilla never expected to get divorced. Like most married couples, Padilla thought his first marriage would be his last.
Christians pack Coliseum for revival: Catholics join thousands of believers to mark 110th anniversary of Pentecostal Azuza revival
By 4 a.m., thousands were lined up at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum for what may soon be called the beginning of a new wave of spiritual renewal and reconciliation of the Body of Christ in the United States.
What comes to mind when one thinks of Tai Chi meditation, Pal Dan Gum exercises, visualization, energy tapping modalities and other seemingly self-absorbed SoCal practices?
In La La Land, there’s a lot to choose from.
Emotional Mass honors legacy of Cesar Chavez: A march led by the late labor leader from Delano to Sacramento called attention to unjust working conditions for migrant workers 50 years ago
A half century ago, the U.S. and the world saw the shadow of a long human chain of peaceful marchers making their way from Delano to Sacramento. They walked to draw attention to the abuses of farm workers in the nation.
A recent study of Catholic schools in the United States raised questions about how well our Catholic schools are serving the Latino community. California Catholic schools are ahead of the curve.
In this Year of Mercy, five dedicated servants from the Los Angeles Archdiocese will be honored at the Cardinal’s Awards Dinner April 16 at the J.W. Marriott LA Live in Downtown Los Angeles.
The honorees — examples to the community who embody the pope’s “Year of Mercy” spirit — are Robert Berry, Teresa Clougherty, Charles Gaffney, Lydia Gamboa and Sister Alice Marie Quinn, DC.
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