• New pastor and administrator assignments, 2015

    The Archbishop has approved the following priests to be appointed pastors on July 1, 2015 ... 

     

  • LA Catholics celebrate beatification of beloved Archbishop Romero

    Angelenos joined in celebrating the life of a person who spoke for the voiceless, said Edgardo Guardado, coordinator of the Monseñor Romero committee at St. Thomas the Apostle Church.

  • L.A. City Council supports working-poor raise

    After months of both public debate and behind of the scene lobbying, the Los Angeles City Council on May 19 approved an unprecedented plan to raise the city’s minimum wage to $15 per hour by 2020 from the current base wage of $9 per hour.

  • Eight men to be ordained May 30 as priests for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles

    Archbishop José Gomez will ordain Gabriel Kang, Jonathon Meyer, Juan Cano, Luis Estrada, Marinello Saguin, Parker Sandoval, Raymont Medina and Simeon Song during a morning Mass celebrated at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels. All have completed their theological formation at St. John’s Seminary in Camarillo, including recently completing service as transitional deacons and yearlong internships at parishes throughout the archdiocese.

  • An ‘ordinary’ person of the year

    After being named “Person of the Year” by the South Central Los Angeles Ministry Project (SC LAMP), where she is co-founder, Sister Mary Genino, RSHM, said she always felt called to do something for the poor, particularly undocumented women and their families.

     

     

  • L.A. county ‘Don’t Be Silent’ campaign supports fight against human sex trafficking

    L.A. County supervisors and Metro board members Mark Ridley-Thomas, Don Knabe and Hilda Solis and Sheriff Jim McDonnell, along with advocacy group Peace Over Violence, joined others in asking the public to speak out against human sex trafficking May 22. 

  • Oncologists, Catholic doctors oppose CMA amendments

    The two California associations of oncologists are remaining firmly opposed to the End of Life Option Act, despite the announcement by the California Medical Association (CMA) that they’ve gone from opposing the state senate bill to holding a neutral stance.

  • Father Aloysius Ellacuria, CMF

    On Sept. 19, 2014, Dr. Andrea Ambrosi, approved by Archbishop José H. Gomez as postulator for the cause of beatification and canonization of the Servant of God, Father Aloysius Ellacuria, CMF (1905-1981), a Claretian priest who ministered in Southern California for many years, formally petitioned the archbishop to initiate the diocesan inquiry on his life, heroic virtues and reputation of holiness and of intercessory power. The norms issued by the Congregation for the Causes of Saints state that “once the petition has been accepted … the bishop is to publicize the petition of the postulator in his own diocese … and to invite all the faithful to bring to his attention any useful information which they might have to offer regarding the cause.” (Normae servandae, n. 11b)Accordingly, The Tidings now publishes the petition in this cause, in a summarized form in its print edition and in its full form online, www.angelusnews.com. Anyone who has useful information about Father Aloysius Ellacuria CMF — that is, about his heroic virtues and/or about his reputation for holiness and for intercessory power — is asked to put this in a letter addressed to Archbishop Gomez in care of his office at the Archdiocesan Catholic Center, 3424 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90010.

  • Sister Ida Peterfy

    On Nov. 10, 2014, Dr. Waldery Hilgeman, approved by Archbishop José H. Gomez as Postulator for the Cause of Beatification and Canonization of the Servant of God Sister Ida Peterfy (1922-2000), foundress of the Society Devoted to the Sacred Heart, formally petitioned the archbishop to initiate the diocesan inquiry on her life, heroic virtues and reputation of holiness and of intercessory power. The norms issued by the Congregation for the Causes of Saints state that “once the petition has been accepted … the bishop is to publicize the petition of the postulator in his own diocese … and to invite all the faithful to bring to his attention any useful information which they might have to offer regarding the cause.” (Normae servandae, n. 11b). Accordingly, The Tidings now publishes the petition in this cause, in a summarized form in its print edition and in its full form online, www.angelusnews.com. Anyone who has useful information about Sister Ida Peterfy, SDSH — that is, about her heroic virtues and/or about her reputation for holiness and for intercessory power — is asked to put this in a letter addressed to Archbishop Gomez in care of his office at the Archdiocesan Catholic Center, 3424 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90010.

  • Helping veterans readjust to civilian life

    Veterans struggling to readjust to civilian life are getting a boost from the Veterans Project, a three-year-old initiative that has helped hundreds of military men and women get their lives back on track with the assistance of pro bono attorneys and private funding.

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Voices

Creation and the future of marriage

Archbishop José H. Gomez

 

Obergefell v. Hodges is one more sign that we have entered into a “post-Christian,” even perhaps an “anti-Christian,” moment in American public life. 

 

 

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