• Kathleen Kim, police commissioner

    “It’s been a really great experience, a very meaningful experience. And I did not ever expect to have this opportunity to, you know, be a part of something that could have such an impact on our residents. It really came out of nowhere.”

  • Colorful and universal: ‘I think this is what heaven is like’

    “To see these various ethnic groups come together in their finery in their traditional costumes is extremely exciting,” remarked Rich Widerynski of the Oct. 4 Eucharistic Celebration of Cultures held at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels. “Not only are the people beautiful, but they’re colorful.”

  • Calif. abortion mandate deemed a 'flagrant violation' of civil rights

    The California government “directly targeted” two Catholic universities and violated federally guaranteed civil rights by ordering their health insurance plans to cover abortions, the California Catholic Conference has charged.

  • In East L.A.: ‘They showed us how to live the faith’

    In the courtyard at Our Lady of Guadalupe School on Hazard Avenue in East Los Angeles, a monument to the Missionary Sisters of St. Columban who taught at the school for 40 years connects the inner-city school with the religious order.

  • St. John’s honors 5

    A joyful crowd of more than 400 people from around the state gathered Sept. 28 at St. John’s Seminary in Camarilloto honor five men as St. John’s 2014 Distinguished Alumni.

  • Vida Nueva wins 11 national NAHP awards

    Vida Nueva, the monthly Spanish-language newspaper of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, again received numerous honors at the 2014 National Association of Hispanic Publications’ annual convention held in Oakbrook, Ill.

  • Catholic Charities hosts Mega Citizenship Workshop

    Helping others navigate the process of naturalization, Catholic Charities Los Angeles hosted a free Mega Citizenship Workshop at St. Didacus Church in Sylmar Sept. 27, where nearly 60 legal permanent residents made their first step toward becoming United States citizens.

  • San Pedro Congress: A time to renew, re-charge, re-commit

    Among the nearly 1,000 Catholic religious educators attending last weekend’s San Pedro Regional Congress were many who had attended before. But this year, they weren’t necessarily after the same type of information.

  • CCC ‘disappointed’ by signing of SB 1053

    Last week’s signing of SB 1053 by Gov. Jerry Brown requiring most health plans in the state to cover a range of contraceptive methods was met with disappointment from California Catholic Conference officials, who had previously issued an “Action Alert” opposing the bill.

  • From court to classroom, positively speaking

    “Hi, girls. Hi, girls,” said Jennifer Beltran walking into a second-floor classroom at Sacred Heart High School. It was her 9:47-to-11:16 B-day health class with mostly sophomores, along with a few juniors and seniors, on a Wednesday morning in late September.

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Archbishop José H. Gomez

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