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Award-winning author Jan Ellison returned to her former preparatory school, Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy on Feb. 4 to discuss her writing methods, experience and inspirations with students and staff.
Students, faculty and staff at San Gabriel Mission High School hosted a walk-athon on Feb. 5 in order to raise money for the Dominican Sisters of Mission San Jose’s Adult Day Care Center. They raised a total of $4,500.
This summer, high school students will study liturgy, music and liturgical arts in Los Angeles under the direction of The Liturgical Arts Ministry Project of Southern California (LAMP SoCal). The five-day workshop will be held from June 29 to July 3 with the theme, “For Ages Unending: The Ministry of Worship with Adolescents.”
The Expectant Mothers Outreach Office at Holy Innocents Church in Long Beach received an official inaugural blessing by pastor G. Peter Irving III on Ash Wednesday, Feb. 18. The pro-life office, which has been operating since October 2014, is staffed by Holy Innocents parish volunteers five days a week.
The number of ISIS hostages in Syria has increased to at least 250 after continued attacks on Christian villages, and civilians fleeing to the Turkish border have been stranded when not allowed to cross.
When an employer’s hiring standards conflict with a prospective employee’s religious practice, when would the employer be guilty of discrimination for not hiring?
Fallen away Catholics are being invited to “come home” this Lent through a worldwide initiative led by Pope Francis, which points to confession as a primary way to experience God's merciful embrace.
The Daughters of Charity Health System (DCHS) may sell six failing Catholic hospitals to Prime Healthcare Services Inc. after California Attorney General Kamala D. Harris approved the controversial decision, contingent on detailed conditions. Harris made the decision on Feb. 20, the L.A. Times reports.