• St. Petersburg singers present traditional Russian folk and religious music

    Lyra, the vocal ensemble of St. Petersburg, Russia, will perform at St. Lawrence Martyr Church at 7:30 p.m. on June 14.

  • Junípero Serra HS students attend model UN conference in NY

    A group of eight students from Junípero Serra High School in Gardena participated in the National High School Model United Nations Conference held this spring in New York, where the small delegation represented the nation of Papua New Guinea.

  • St. John Fisher to present film screening fundraiser to benefit homeless, low-income families

    St. John Fisher Church in Rancho Palos Verdes will host a special movie screening fundraiser — featuring the film “Mary of Nazareth” — on Saturday, May 9 to benefit homeless and low-income families in the surrounding community.

  • Bosco’s new VP of advancement

    St. John Bosco High School in Bellflower welcomes Brett D. Beck as the school’s new vice president of institutional advancement. Beck has been the director of development at Long Beach Memorial Medical Center and Miller Children’s and Women’s Hospital since 2012. He will begin his new position in May.

  • Sharefest brings renovations to Ss. Peter and Paul School

    Ss. Peter and Paul School will undergo extensive campus renovations thanks to a $150,000 donation from Phillips 66, an energy manufacturing and logistics company.

  • St. Francis Medical Center to host Nursing Career Fair

    Experienced RNs, LVNs, and CNAs are encouraged to attend a Nursing Career Fair at St. Francis Medical Center in Lynwood on April 25 to learn about available opportunities for nursing professionals; the hospital’s advanced services, facilities and technologies; and the clinical skills required for current and emerging health care needs.



  • St. Anthony H.S. students earn awards at L.A. County Science Fair

    Three 11th grade students from St. Anthony High School (SAHS) in Long Beach — Diana Palma, Thomas Mbadugha and Clarissa Tacto — were honored with awards at the L.A. County Science Fair on March 28 for their exceptional science projects. A total of nine talented SAHS students participated in the competition.

  • Marymount CA University announces new VP of Student Affairs

    Marymount California University in Rancho Palos Verdes recently announced the appointment of Ryan Edward Alcantara, Ph.D., as the university’s new vice president of student affairs and dean of students, effective July 1.

  • Diverse retreats at Mary and Joseph Retreat Center

    Over the next several weeks, the Mary and Joseph Retreat Center in Rancho Palos Verdes will offer several day and weekend retreats as well as special events, including an Easter Sunday Brunch celebration.

  • Prom Dress Giveaway for underprivileged teens

    St. Francis Medical Center in Lynwood hosted the fourth annual Prom Project on March 14 to provide free dresses, suits, shoes and accessories to hundreds of South Los Angeles area high school students who otherwise could not afford to attend their prom.

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The courageous witness of Blessed Oscar Romero

Tony Magliano

Who would have imagined on Feb. 23, 1977, the day of his appointment as Archbishop of San Salvador, that the highly conservative Oscar Romero — who was suspicious of the Catholic Church’s involvement in political activism — would die a martyr’s death for courageously defending his people against the murderous assaults of the Salvadoran government, military and right-wing death squads?

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