• LAMP SoCal workshop for high school students

    This summer, high school students will study liturgy, music and liturgical arts in Los Angeles under the direction of The Liturgical Arts Ministry Project of Southern California (LAMP SoCal). The five-day workshop will be held from June 29 to July 3 with the theme, “For Ages Unending: The Ministry of Worship with Adolescents.”

  • Former student becomes principal at Salesian

    Bishop Mora Salesian High School welcomes back former student Alex Chacon as its new principal.

  • The Los Angeles Area Council Boy Scouts of America Board celebrate centennial

    The Los Angeles Area Council Boy Scouts of America Board is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year, in addition to announcing Gerry Morton as the newly elected two-term president and board chairman. 

  • Blessed Sacrament School Centennial Kickoff Celebration

    The entire community is invited to join Blessed Sacrament School and alumni for the official open house and luncheon marking the school’s 100th birthday celebration. 

  • Organ recitals at Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels

    Sponsored by the cathedral’s music ministry as part of the “Music at the Cathedral” event series, Wednesday afternoons through February (excluding Ash Wednesday) will feature organ recitals and demonstrations. These performances will feature the cathedral organist and also special guests, including Curt Sather and Zoltan Varga.

  • Rabbi Dr. Abraham Skorka in Southern California

    Rabbi Dr. Abraham Skorka, Argentine chemist and author and a dear friend of Pope Francis, will join Masorti Olami, the world council of Conservative/Masorti synagogues and the Southern California interfaith community for programming Jan. 22-25.

  • Our Lady of Loretto celebrates Santo Niño

    Our Lady of Loretto School celebrated the Santo Niño festival on Jan. 11. The festival featured various dances — including sibli, tinkling and carinosa — as well as talent and fashion shows.

  • ‘Sisters of Selma: Bearing Witness for Change’

    “Sisters of Selma” tells the story of a group of St. Louis nuns who had the courage to stand up to the mistreatment of their fellow man. Jim Crow laws had enforced segregation, including in Selma, Ala., where local laws had all but prevented its black citizens from voting for decades. A group of nuns from St. Louis were among the first to protest the violence.

     

     

  • Introducing Mount St. Mary’s University

    This year, Mount Saint Mary’s changes its name from a “college” to “university.” Established in 1925, the university is nationally recognized for its academic programs. Starting with the inaugural Class of 1929, the Mount has awarded more than 18,000 degrees at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

  • Guadalupe Health Project

    The Guadalupe Health Project welcomed its first two homeless women to its pilot women’s program at their Mission Road facility Dec. 3. The project hopes top take in as many as 15 women to stay from 30 to 90 days.

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Voices

The parish is the heart of the new evangelization

Archbishop José H. Gomez

As I continue to visit parishes around this great archdiocese, I see every day that the life of faith is lived in the heart of the parish.   

The Holy Father visits the Holy Land

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