• What are we working for?

    What is work? Why do we do it and what are we working for? What does God want from our work? What does our work mean in light of our Catholic faith? 

     

  • Signs of renewal, rededication and the end of summer

    This has been a busy summer. As I write to you this week, I am getting ready for the opening Mass for the new school year at St. John’s Seminary. I cannot believe the summer months have moved so fast!

  • City of saints

    This weekend I had the blessing to join more than 1,100 teenagers for our first annual “City of Saints” conference, hosted by the archdiocese’s Religious Education Department.

  • ‘All creatures of one creator’

    It’s hard to believe that it’s been 20 years since Evangelium Vitae, the magna carta of the modern pro-life movement. But St. John Paul II’s words still ring true: “The Gospel of life is at the heart of Jesus’ message.”

  • The greatest of all truths in the universe

    A huge crowd was gathered to hear him, 5,000 people at least have come to him. And now the day is almost over and they’re far from home with nothing to eat. Jesus knows they are hungry and he wants to feed them. We can feel how much he cares for them, he loves them. His heart is moved and he really wants to take care of them.

  • ‘A world where every life is valued’

    My brothers and sisters, we are part of a great struggle for human dignity, the great struggle to realize God’s plan for creation, for our world.

  • Statement on the California Assembly Health Committee’s decision not to consider 'The End of Life Options Act' (S.B. 128)

    This has been a hard debate and an emotional debate. But I believe the members of the Assembly Health Committee today made the right decision for California, and especially for the poor and most vulnerable members of our society.

  • The Church is here to serve

    For me, it is always powerful to hear our Holy Father speaking and praying in his native Spanish. And during this pastoral journey, he is inspiring me with his strong words about the family, and his passionate call for a society that reaches out to the lonely and the hurting and works to promote human dignity for every person. 

  • Creation and the future of marriage

     

    Obergefell v. Hodges is one more sign that we have entered into a “post-Christian,” even perhaps an “anti-Christian,” moment in American public life. 

     

     

  • Laudato Si’ and the new evangelization

    For me, and I know for many of you, Laudato Si’ (“Praised Be”), Pope Francis’ new encyclical on care of the earth is a welcome and challenging resource.  

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Voices

The promise and potential of Catholic schools

Kevin Baxter

As the remaining days of summer slip by and students return to their schools for another academic year, there is great hope and promise for Catholic schools throughout the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.

 

 

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August 30, 2015

  • Sunday, August 30

    Film Screening: “God’s Not Dead”, 1:30 p.m., 155 E Janss Rd., Thousand Oaks. Presented by St. Paschal Baylon Mission Circle. Freewill donation accepted. (805) 496-0222.

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