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Saint Damien statue blessed at St. John’s

"Saint Damien with Leper Child," by sculptor Dale Zarrella, is the newest artistic addition to St. John’s Seminary, celebrating the life of the priest who ministered to lepers in Molokai, Hawaii.

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Holy Rosary School students participate in Cathedral concert

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Nativity receives Innovations in Catholic Education Award

“We’re just a little school in El Monte so getting this national attention is such an honor,” says Sister of St. Louis Stacy Reineman, principal at Nativity Elementary School, one of 12 recipients of the 2014 Innovations in Catholic Education Awards from Today’s Catholic Teacher.

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Farm workers, labor union members and community leaders to honor Cesar Chavez

Farm workers, labor union members and community leaders will join the family of Cesar E. Chavez to celebrate the legacy of Chavez, a life-long Catholic and founder of the United Farm Workers (UFW) during the 12:30 p.m. Sunday,  April 6 Spanish Mass, presided by Archbishop José H. Gomez at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, 555 W. Temple Street, Los Angeles. 

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American Martyrs hosts ‘Mulligan’ for St. Sebastian Sports Project

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John XXIII and the beginning of the fall of the Iron Curtain

While Pope, Bl. John XXIII began a dialogue with the Soviet Union that led to the eventual fall of the Iron Curtain during the pontificate of his successor John Paul II, both of whom will be canonized April 27.

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Amid backlash after resignation, Mozilla says it respects diverse views

The controversial resignation of Mozilla Corporation CEO Brendan Eich prompted thousands of negative comments at the Web browser company’s website, though the company now says it accepts those who do not support a redefinition of marriage.

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Chrism Mass celebrates Christian identity

Archbishop José Gomez called the April 14 evening Chrism Mass at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels a “celebration of our Christian identity.” And he said the holy oils he would soon bless are “all signs of our anointing, signs of the gift of God’s Spirit in our lives.” 

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'I can't leave my people:' Priest killed in Syria hailed as martyr

Days after Dutch priest Fr. Frans van der Lugt was murdered in Syria, a close young friend recalled his saintly life, noting both his personal holiness and extraordinary advances in Christian-Muslim relations.

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The beatitude of the persecuted

Archbishop José H. Gomez

This Sunday we begin Holy Week. Our Lenten journey has led us to the final hours of Our Lord’s life, in which he suffered torture and death on the Cross.

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