• Pomona Catholic marks 115 years with traditional walk

    Hot temperatures didn’t stop students at Pomona Catholic High School and Middle School from heralding the beginning of the school year with their traditional half-mile walk to St. Joseph Church for an all-school Eucharistic celebration.
  • All Souls School triples enrollment

    Enrollment has tripled at All Souls School, the first full immersion school in the Los Angeles Archdiocese that opened its doors last year.
  • In South Pasadena: ‘Camping it up’ on stage

    Downstairs in the Music Room in the Education Center at Holy Family School in South Pasadena, kids, working with a musician on a keyboard, take turns singing, “I Just Can’t Wait to be King” from the musical “The Lion King.”
  • In Alhambra: Students ‘spell check’ in Deanery 10 bee

    More than 30 students from 10 Catholic schools put their dictionary-like brains to the test for the first Deanery 10 spelling bee that took place near the end of the school year at St. Therese School in Alhambra.
  • Leadership lessons: Empowering ‘an adult Catholic Church’

    Drawing upon history as well as current philosophy, Bill Cahoy, dean of Saint John’s University School of Theology in Collegeville, Minn., offered an insightful and inspiring presentation of what it means to be an adult Catholic Church to parishioners.
  • ‘Model missions’ displayed at San Gabriel Mission

    Fourth grade students combined their artistic know-how with historical and architectural design as they put their best model forward for San Gabriel Mission’s ninth annual Mission Model Exhibit and Contest.
  • Liturgy, fun and friendship: ‘A blessing for both’

    In a gathering 15 years in the making, students from Immaculate Conception School in Los Angeles recently visited their sister school Holy Name of Mary in San Dimas for a day of liturgy, friendship bracelets, smiles and lots of carnival rides.
  • Engineering education in the tradition of Don Bosco

    Two Don Bosco Technical Institute students recently had the opportunity to share their love of engineering with younger students at a nearby middle school in Whittier — all done in the name of science as well as in the spirit of Don Bosco.
  • New artwork installed at Mater Dolorosa’s Chapel

    “They look like they have been here all along,” says Passionist Father Patrick Brennan as he admired the two recently installed mural panels of six Passionist saints at the Mater Dolorosa Retreat Center’s chapel.
  • Father Serra exhibit coming to the Huntington

    The life, work and impact of Blessed Junípero Serra will be highlighted at a new exhibition at The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens this summer.
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‘You gave your children good ground for hope’

Archbishop José H. Gomez

The following is adapted from the archbishop’s homily at the annual Mass in Recognition of Immigrants July 20, after which thousands lined up, inside and outside of Our Lady of the Angels Cathedral, to venerate the traveling relic of Santo Toribio Romo. 

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