• Concerns, confusion swirl over LGBT group in St. Patrick's parade

    A spokesman for the New York City St. Patrick’s Day Parade said the inclusion of an LGBT activist group in the traditionally Catholic parade was a “gesture of goodwill,” though concerns have been raised that some outside groups aim to remove the event’s Catholic character.
     

  • Immigration judges: Deporting children can be a death sentence

    Many U.S. immigration cases are effectively life-or-death trials, and the Justice Department should not be fast-tracking deportation hearings for child migrants, said federal judges at a talk in Washington, D.C.
     

  • Reform of LCWR hardly a 'nunquisition'

    The Vatican's investigation of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious is not a ‘nunquisition,’ as one Time magazine writer has said, but an effort to renew the Church, according to a senior fellow with The Catholic Association.

  • La. bishop applauds marriage ruling, commits to LGBT ministry

    Following a judge's Wednesday ruling upholding a Louisiana amendment defining marriage as between a man and a woman, New Orleans' archbishop has affirmed the importance of ministering to persons who identify as part of the LGBT community.

  • Obama admin. drops appeals in three for-profit mandate cases

    Religious freedom advocates are voicing hope as the Obama administration drops its appeal in three lawsuits involving for-profit companies that object to the federal contraception mandate.
     

  • College poster campaign promotes healthy relationships

    A poster campaign distributed at 25 colleges and universities in the U.S. and Mexico calls students to question the predominance of 'hookups' and assures students there are healthy alternatives to the culture often promoted by university orientations.

  • CASA DEL MIGRANTE

    TIJUANA— A minivan could drive through the gate to a Catholic-run center for deported migrants. The metal-mesh door swings open and the only place to knock is on the embedded mailbox.  

  • Nuncio: We owe Ukraine more than a salvage operation

    As Ukraine's crisis continues to escalate, the nation's apostolic nuncio stressed that its people deserve more than after-the-fact aid and should be allowed to live in peace, without the threat of outside aggressors.

  • Hundreds flock to conference looking to revive parish life

    Some 500 Catholic leaders and their pastors from across the United States met recently at the first-ever Amazing Parish conference in Denver to brainstorm and swap ideas about improving parish life.
     

  • Catholic couple marks 25th wedding anniversary at Rimini Meeting

    An Italian couple celebrating their 25th anniversary of marriage by volunteering at the Rimini Meeting, a major Catholic event, aimed to reflect the beauty of their faith and to thank God for their love.
     

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Growing in our knowledge of Jesus Christ

Archbishop José H. Gomez

It’s back-to-school time, a great time of year.

I know many of you have been getting ready for the new school year with your kids and grandchildren. All of the archdiocese, confirmation and religious education programs are starting up again in our parishes.

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    L.A. Catholic Prayer Breakfast, 6:30 a.m. Rosary, 7 a.m. Mass, 8 a.m. breakfast program with Sr. Regina Marie Gorman,Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, 555 W. Temple St., L.A.; $. www.lacatholicpb.org.

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