• Football: Mission League play begins

    Three Mission League football games highlight this weekend’s action involving Catholic high school football teams, with non-conference action continuing for most.

  • Volleyball: Catholic teams highly ranked in 4 divisions

    Four divisions of the CIF-Southern Section find Catholic school teams near the top of their weekly rankings issued Sept. 22. With league play fast approaching (and underway in some cases), a few teams stand out in the archdiocese.

  • Volleyball: Flintridge-Sacred Heart sweeps La Salle

    La Salle has gotten the upper hand against Flintridge-Sacred Heart Academy for many years — most recently in November 2013, where La Salle won their CIF-SS semifinal match, 3-1.

  • Catholic schools show strength as league play nears

    The Archdiocese of Los Angeles has many of the best football teams in the country — including last year’s national No. 1, St. John Bosco.

  • Loyola to play first home game in more than 50 years

    When the Loyola Cubs take on the St. Augustine Saints from San Diego this Friday, they’ll be playing on their own campus — something they haven’t done since 1949. 

  • Flintridge-Sacred Heart sweeps La Salle

    La Salle has gotten the upper hand against Flintridge-Sacred Heart for many years. The most recent was in November 2013, where they met in the CIF-SS semifinals. La Salle won that match, 3-1. But on Sept. 9, there was a different result. 

  • High expectations await girls’ volleyball contenders

    The bar has always been high for Catholic high school girls’ volleyball teams in Southern California. Year after year, they are in the top 25 rankings for the state. This year, with La Salle coming off a CIF-Southern Section championship, and Mayfield coming up just short, losing in the Division 2A title game, there is only one change in the expectations. They’re higher.

  • HS Football: Top contenders start off well

    Highly-ranked Catholic high school teams began the 2014 football season a largely positive note with season-opening victories on the Labor Day weekend.

  • St. John Bosco still highly ranked, but tough road ahead

    The 2014 high school football season is upon us, and many local Catholic schools have reason to be excited. Last year, St. John Bosco captured both California state and national titles, and the Braves look to repeat — but that will not come easily.

  • Immaculate Heart diving champion advances to world events

    Immaculate Heart High School senior diver Olivia Rosendahl, who ranked first in the nation in her age group following her recent success at the USA Diving Junior National Championships, will next compete at the world level in two prestigious events.

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Respecting life outside our comfort zone

Tony Magliano

True respect for life requires us to get out of our comfort zone.

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October 24, 2014

  • Friday, October 24

    “Sing to the Lord!” concert, 6:30-9 p.m., Mary Star of the Sea Church, 463 W. Pleasant Valley Rd., Oxnard; $. (805) 469-6293.

    St. Paschal Baylon Fall Festival (to Oct. 26, hours vary), 155 E. Janss Rd., Thousand Oaks. (805) 496-0222.


    “USC Caruso Center Church: Stained Glass Exhibit,” from conception to installation, presented by Cathedral Fine Arts Committee (to Oct. 26), Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, 555 W. Temple St., L.A. (213) 680-5200.


    “Following the Prescribed Path,” exhibit (to Nov. 23), LMU Laband Art Gallery, 1 LMU Dr., L.A. (310) 338-2880.

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