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Old Mission tours in Santa Barbara

As part of the experience at Old Mission Santa Barbara, handful of tours are offered for the faithful to take in the beauty and grandeur of what is known as the Queen of the Missions.  

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Special teaching event will feature Tidings columnist

On Jan. 31, Southern California Renewal Communities will host a special teaching event. “Light Dispelling Darkness: The World Turned Upside Down” will feature Tidings columnist Robert Brennan, who has more than 20 years of experience writing in the television industry. The event will include a discussion of how film and television depictions of the occult and supernatural have confused the boundaries between good and evil, in addition to other topics in spirituality today and a Q&A session with SCRC president Dominic Berardino.

 

 

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Ramona Convent hosts women’s symposium

Sister Simone Campbell, SSS, an advocate on social issues, will be the keynote speaker for a women’s symposium held by Ramona Convent Secondary School as part of their 125th Anniversary Celebration.

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Organ recitals at Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels

Sponsored by the cathedral’s music ministry as part of the “Music at the Cathedral” event series, Wednesday afternoons through February (excluding Ash Wednesday) will feature organ recitals and demonstrations. These performances will feature the cathedral organist and also special guests, including Curt Sather and Zoltan Varga.

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St. John Bosco Bicentenary Symphony Concert

St. John Bosco will host a bicentenary symphony concert, 8 p.m., Jan. 30 at Saint Dominic Savio Church, 13400 Bellflower Blvd., Bellflower.

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Changes ahead for Office of Religious Education

Following nearly three decades of service, Sister Edith Prendergast, RSC, will be retiring as director of the archdiocesan Office of Religious Education, effective June 30. She will be succeeded by Father Chris Bazyouros.

 

 

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Malawian bishops commit to spreading the Gospel with new media

A national symposium of Catholic communicators set out to explore pathways in new media to build unity in Malawi and to connect people to the faith in the small southern African nation.

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The dark side of the Super Bowl and how Congress aims to fight it

Just days before Super Bowl XLIX, the U.S. House of Representatives is pushing for a bipartisan crack-down on the hidden menace of sex trafficking, which some human rights advocates refer to as “modern-day slavery.”

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Will the number of dioceses in Italy be cut in the near future?

A plan to reduce the number of Italian dioceses has been widely debated in the Italian bishops conference, and a first draft of the plan has reportedly already been given to the Congregation for Bishops and has undergone some adjustments.

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‘As long as there are Christians, no one should have to suffer alone’

Archbishop José H. Gomez

There are many injustices in our society, but the most fundamental is the one we rarely acknowledge — this routine taking of innocent human life that goes on every day. So as we pray for these little souls, we pray tonight for our city, our state, and our nation.

 

 

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