On June 3, volunteers from Solvang traveled to Skid Row in downtown Los Angeles to serve lunch to 70 homeless men and women at the society’s Cardinal Manning Center.
On June 13, Loyola High School in Los Angeles was awarded the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) Commissioner’s Cup for the eighth year in a row, distinguishing the campus as the top athletic high school program in the greater part of Southern California.
The president of Children’s Hospital Los Angeles has become the new board chair at Loyola Marymount University, succeeding Kathleen Hannon Aikenhead.
The City of Los Angeles has unveiled a new plan to find housing for homeless veterans.
The Catholic Education Foundation welcomed new participants during their orientation at the Archdiocesan Catholic Center June 4. For more information, visit www.cefdn.org.
The 43rd Treasurer of the United States came to speak to the students at St. Mary’s Academy in Inglewood earlier this month.
On May 15, St. Didacus School in Los Angeles dedicated a new school building devoted to incorporating technology into the school curriculum. The Jo Ann Malone Trust’s charitable contributions made the new educational center possible.
On May 15, the Lay Mission-Helpers Association commissioned José (Chuy) Muñoz and Marco Svoboda as missionaries to Cameroon during a ceremony at St. John the Evangelist Church in Los Angeles.
A Catholic school principal and member of the Immaculate Heart Community, a lay organization, will retire after more than half a century of working to serve young women in education.
Virginia Hurst, the principal at Immaculate Heart High School for the last 19 years, recently announced her decision to retire in June.
On May 25, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul Los Angeles is hosting a 2016 Mardi Gras in May benefit dinner and awards ceremony to aid those in need.
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