• San Gabriel Mission High School’s Reney Diaz signs with Sacramento State

    On April 18, San Gabriel Mission High School senior Reney Diaz signed with Division 1 Sacramento State University as a member of the women’s rowing team. The high school’s athletic department congratulated Diaz for her accomplishment in a recent press release.

  • Bishop Alemany wins 4-3 vs. Notre Dame-Sherman Oaks to seal season series

    Don’t look now, but the Bishop Alemany Warriors’ baseball squad is hitting its stride. After graduating 15 seniors from last year’s talented team, Alemany stumbled out of the gate this season to a slow, injury-riddled 1-7 start.

  • JSerra splits doubleheader with Los Alamitos in elite baseball matchup

    [In] the April 9 doubleheader between the JSerra Lions and the Los Alamitos Griffins ... JSerra, currently ranked fourth in the state and seventh nationally, dominated the first game from start to finish to the tune of a 7-0 shutout. Los Alamitos regrouped during the short, rainy break in between games and came storming back ... to earn a commanding 9-4 win in the second game.

  • Crespi earns Division I state title; St. Bernard finishes as Division V state runner-up

    Congratulations to the Los Angeles Archdiocese’s own Crespi Carmelite Celts and St. Bernard Vikings for their outstanding basketball seasons.

  • Notre Dame - Sherman Oak’s season ends with hard-fought loss to Viewpoint

    In the second round Division 4 playoff match between the Viewpoint Patriots and Notre Dame Knights on March 12, both teams got off to such a hot start, their torrid paces seemed to be unsustainable.

  • Alemany impresses in state playoff opener vs Central

    On one of Bishop Alemany’s first possessions during its home playoff opener against the Central Grizzlies March 9, Alemany senior captain Shacquille Dawkins collided with a teammate and stayed on the ground, writhing in pain, while the home Warrior crowd held its collective breath. Fortunately for Alemany, that moment proved to be the last time the Warriors and their fans had to be nervous about anything.

  • Bishop Montgomery survives Westchester rally in OT thriller

    Don’t mistake Bishop Montgomery’s collective sigh of relief for happiness. Though the Knights are thrilled to have emerged victorious from its opening round overtime dogfight on March 11 against the Westchester Comets — who lost their best player to injury in the first quarter — Bishop Montgomery is frustrated that it needed an extra frame to seal the win.

  • Bishop Montgomery wins OT game vs. Damien

    The Bishop Montgomery Knights’ basketball squad may be lacking senior leadership, but makes up for it in spades with athletes that play beyond their years. This year’s Bishop Montgomery squad has flourished in spite of its inexperience, and has been every bit as dominant as last season’s senior-laden Knights roster. And for the second season in a row, the Knights finished the season ranked as one of the top 10 teams in the nation.

  • Damien defeats Crespi, advances to CIF-SS quarterfinals

    Leading up to the first round of the CIF-Southern Section state playoffs, which commenced Feb. 19, arguably the most intriguing matchup on paper was the tournament’s seventh seed Damien Spartans (ranked 20th in California) hosting the 10th seeded Crespi Celts (14th), a matchup of two reigning state champions (Division 3A and 4A, respectively).

  • Chaminade beats Notre Dame Academy in final regular season game

    The Chaminade Lady Eagles entered the Feb. 10 rematch against the Notre Dame Academy Regal Gryphons feeling like they had something to prove to themselves — which they did, with a commanding 95-56 win.

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Statement on U.S. Supreme Court Decision in United States v. Texas

Archbishop José H. Gomez

Our nation’s ongoing failure to address the immigration crisis is a humanitarian tragedy. For more than a decade, state and local governments, Congress, the President, the courts — and now the highest court in the land — all have failed in their responsibilities to address this issue. 


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June 25, 2016

  • Saturday, June 25

    Los Angeles Foster Care and Adoption Information Meeting, 10 a.m. - 12 p.m., Children’s Bureau Foster Care & Adoption, 1910 Magnolia Ave., Los Angeles. Discover if you have the ability and resources to help a child in need. To RSVP or for more information, call (800) 730-3933. To request an information packet, go to: www.all4kids.org/program/foster-care.


    His Mercy Endures Forever, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., Grand Ballroom, Long Beach Convention Center, 300 E. Ocean Blvd., Long Beach. Presented by The Sower Metanoia. Speakers: Fr. R. Tony Richard from New Orleans; Lay evangelist Jesse Romero; Fr. Ismael Robles; Sower prayer ministry leader Sandra Burroughs, Noel Diaz, founder of El Sembrador. Praise & Worship- The Sower Band. Donation $25/person (Buy 3 tix get a 4th free). Info: (877) 714-5679, Spanish (818) 700-4938. Get tickets at www.sowermetanoia.com.


    New Rite of Matrimony Workshop by the Archdiocesan Office for Worship, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m., St. Junipero Serra, 5205 Upland Rd., Camarillo. Speakers from the Bishops’ Committee on Divine Worship and the Federation of Diocesan Liturgical Commissions (FDLC). Implementation of the new rite begins Sept. 8, 2016, and is mandated as of Dec. 30, 2016. To register, go to: www.fdlc.org.


    How Can This Man Give Us His Flesh to Eat?, 9 a.m.-1:30 p.m., St Madeleine parish, 931 East Kingsley Ave., Pomona. The many prophecies, antetypes and allusions to the Holy Eucharist and Holy Mass found in the Torah and in the Gospels--along with adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. A mini-retreat conducted by Tidings columnist Sean M. Wright. Register at the parish. Info: (909) 629-9495. 

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