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A Melkite Greek Catholic church will be elevated to the title of cathedral in Los Angeles, making it a co-cathedral with the Eparchial Cathedral of the Annunciation in Boston. The Eparchial Bishop of Newton, Nicholas J. Samra, will celebrate the solemn inauguration of the soon-to-be-cathedral, St. Anne Melkite Greek Catholic Church, on Aug. 1 at 4 p.m.
On June 29, the Don Bosco Technical Institute (Bosco Tech) will begin an intensive four-week basketball camp with a focus on skill development, good practice habits and drills. The program is open to boys and girls in grades fourth through ninth.
Catholics suffering from failed relationships or the loss of a spouse are invited to join in a daylong workshop on July 18 from 8:45 a.m.-4 p.m. The Separated, Divorced and Widowed Ministry will host the event.
Parents joined in protest against the unhealthy food marketing campaigns targeting children at the “Through Our Own Eyes” photo exhibit. Members of St. Francis Medical Center’s Choose Health L.A. Kids hosted the event June 16.
An assisted suicide bill in California has been temporarily pulled from a key committee in the state legislature, but its opponents say more work is necessary to sway legislators against it.
Growing unrest in the Middle East is causing great concern for the Christian community around the world, and author George J. Marlin is hoping to enlighten Western Christians on how seriously matters are progressing, as their brethren in the Middle East continue to undergo persecution.
The Pope focused on the virtue of faith during his Sunday Angelus address, saying the whole gospel is written in its light.
The Supreme Court has ruled in favor of the continued use of a drug that has been accused of causing excruciating pain in several controversial state executions.
Recently I led a weeklong retreat for some 60 people at a renewal center. Overall, it went very well, though ideally it could have gone better.
Sesquicentennial Patron Feast Day and Parish Celebration Mass, Saints Peter and Paul Church, 515 W Opp St., Wilmington. The Mass will also bid farewell to Pastor Raymond Perez and Father Patrick, who are both leaving after many years of dedicated service. (310) 834-5215, email@example.com.