• ‘We’re saying the Church is here’

    “I spend almost all my time visiting patients. We do not sit and wait for referrals to come to us. We go and see patients. We, ideally, see everybody.”

  • Memorial Mass for Fr. Stuart Long set Aug. 30 at Holy Angels

    A Memorial Mass is scheduled Aug. 30, 10 a.m., at Holy Angels, Arcadia, for Fr. Stuart Long, 50, who died June 9 in Helena, Montana after a long illness. Father Long joined Holy Angels through the RCIA and was a longtime parishioner there before becoming a priest.

  • Potential sale of DCHS hospitals draws criticism, opposition

    State legislators, community members, faith leaders and healthcare workers gathered at St. Vincent Medical Center Aug. 15 to express their opposition to the potential sale of six California safety-net hospitals to for-profit Prime Healthcare. Its owner has threatened to put the hospitals into bankruptcy if he buys them and can’t get major concessions from the unions representing the workers in the facilities.

  • ‘The charismatic renewal's purposes are not yet completed’

    In 1972, Dominic Berardino accompanied a friend to a charismatic prayer meeting on Loyola University's Westchester campus and soon began to feel uncomfortable with attendees' expressive style of worship. 

  • Archbishop: Church can learn social media tips from Jesus

    If Christianity could be contained in one tweet, it might read: God creates man, man sins against God, God sends his only Son into the world to bring man back to Him.

  • C3 keynote: Evangelizing and ministering in the digital age

    Spreading the Gospel — especially for Christians in the last century — often meant traveling to foreign lands, meeting the people, learning the language and then putting into those words (and maybe images) the message of the church.

  • Local Korean Catholics welcome papal visit to Korea

    Pope Francis’ visit to South Korea — his first trip to Asia and the first papal visit to the country in 25 years — was received positively by Los Angeles’ Korean Catholic community.

  • Middle East crisis: ‘We are still on the brink of extinction’

    A day after U.S. warplanes dropped a barrage of bombs to help Iraqi and Kurdish ground troops take back Iraq’s largest dam near Mosul, some 500 Assyrian Christian supporters marched on Los Angeles’ busiest streets and freeway overpasses — from Union Station to City Hall — shouting “Stop ISIS Now!” while waving the white, blue and red Assyrian flag.

  • Church can learn social media tips from Jesus, archbishop says

    If Christianity could be contained in one tweet, it might read: God creates man, man sins against God, God sends his only Son into the world to bring man back to Him.

  • One Life LA launches

    One Life LA, designed as a catalyst for encouraging and celebrating a passion for life among all people, will offer introductory meetings...

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Our timidity in the face of God's abundance

Father Ronald Rolheiser, OMI

My youth had both its strengths and its weaknesses. I grew up on a farm in heart of the Canadian prairies, a second-generation immigrant. Our family was a large one and the small farm we lived on gave us enough to live on, though just enough. There were never any extras.

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