• U.S. News gives Thomas Aquinas College top marks

    Thomas Aquinas College (TAC) received high praise from the U.S. News & World Report, Best Colleges 2016 Guidebook, as the private college was given top marks for a high retention rate, low student debt and small class size.

  • From Aquinas to Serra: Bishop Robert Barron prepares for L.A.

    After spending most of his life and career in Chicago, Bishop Robert Barron is preparing to become a stranger in a strange land.

     

     

  • How Junipero Serra fought the death penalty for a California native

    Blessed Junipero Serra’s love for the natives of California extended even to those who killed one of his friends and fellow missionaries, the Archbishop of Los Angeles has said in a summary of an early argument against the death penalty for a native Californian.

  • Day-long charismatic event at La Reina HS

    Matt Maher, renowned Catholic singer, and Paul J. Kim, charismatic Catholic speaker, will team up to host the 2015 Conejo Youth Fest on June 20. The youth ministries of St. Paschal Baylon Parish and St. Rose of Lima Parish are the organizers of the event.

  • ‘My Hope is Arisen’

    The latest recording of the St. Barbara Parish Choir and Schola is available for purchase at the Saint Barbara Parish offices.

  • St. Vincent de Paul welcomes new development director

    St. Vincent de Paul’s camp and retreat center welcomes Juan Arambul as their new program and development director. Arambul will take on this newly created role in a full-time capacity in June. The announcement was made on March 20.

  • Association of Catholic Student Councils receives $150,000 grant

    The Association of Catholic Student Councils (TACSC), a California-based Catholic, leadership program for junior high students, has been awarded a $150,000 grant from the William H. Hannon Foundation.

  • Catholic college receives $8.5 million grant

    Thomas Aquinas College, a private liberal arts college in Ventura County, was the recent recipient of an $8.5 million grant from the Fritz B. Burns Foundation. The generous donation will go towards the college’s new lecture and concert hall.

  • Catholic Women’s association celebrates anniversary

    On Feb. 18, more than 60 members of the Young Ladies Institute (YLI) gathered in Ventura to celebrate their community chapter’s 75th anniversary.

  • New Textbook Launch

    On Feb. 26, the Louise M. Davies Foundation became the lead donor for the Catholic Textbook Project’s latest goal: four new Catholic history textbooks for grades 1 through 4.

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Voices

Seeking the face of God in the Scriptures

Archbishop José H. Gomez

Prayer is seeking the face of God. The Catechism of the Catholic Church recalls the story of how St. John Vianney once found a peasant praying in front of the Blessed Sacrament. The saint asked him what he was doing, and the man replied: “I look at him and he looks at me.”

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February 11, 2016

  • Thursday, February 11

    Bosco Tech Winter Open House & Freshman Preview Night, 5:30 - 8 p.m., Don Bosco Technical Institute, 1151 San Gabriel Blvd., Rosemead. Prospective students and their families are invited to tour the school’s extensive engineering and applied science labs and participate in its signature “Explore & Create” workshops. Seating for each 30-minute session is limited and reservations are encouraged. Many extracurricular clubs and nine CIF athletic teams will provide information, with entertainment by the Royal Techmen marching band.  For more information or to reserve a spot, go to boscotechopenhouse.eventbrite.com, email admissions@boscotech.edu or call (626) 940-2009.

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