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Day-long charismatic event at La Reina HS

Matt Maher, renowned Catholic singer, and Paul J. Kim, charismatic Catholic speaker, will team up to host the 2015 Conejo Youth Fest on June 20. The youth ministries of St. Paschal Baylon Parish and St. Rose of Lima Parish are the organizers of the event.

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Louisville senior honored for service

Louisville High School senior Nadia Gonzalez Barranca is being honored for her long hours of service as an altar server, confirmation leader and eucharistic minister. She is one of the few recipients of the Christian Service Award due to her almost 500 hours of community service during her senior year.

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‘Blended’ learning at Resurrection

Students at Resurrection Catholic School will be use technology to receive an education tailored to their needs and abilities thanks to a $500,000 donation from Seton Education Partners.

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New Catholic schools superintendent named ‘Educator of the Year’

Loyola Marymount University is honoring Dr. Kevin Baxter’s contributions to Catholic education with the 2015 Educator of the Year Award. The recognition comes as Baxter is appointed the director and superintendent of the archdiocese’s Catholic schools. He will begin his new role July 1.

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St. John Fisher to present film screening fundraiser to benefit homeless, low-income families

St. John Fisher Church in Rancho Palos Verdes will host a special movie screening fundraiser — featuring the film “Mary of Nazareth” — on Saturday, May 9 to benefit homeless and low-income families in the surrounding community.

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The Jubilee of Mercy

Pope Francis officially and solemnly convoked the Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy by the publication of the papal document Misericordiae vultus, on the evening of April 11 at the entrance St. Peter’s Basilica in Vatican City.

You can see the full text of Misericordiae vultus here

 

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San Fran archdiocese praises Catholic school teachers, rejects 'inflammatory' reports

The Archdiocese of San Francisco has stressed its “greatest admiration and respect” for those working in Catholic education, pledging to take into account teachers’ concerns while lamenting that some reports about its proposals for Catholic schools have been “incorrect” and “inflammatory.”

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Is Oklahoma's use of lethal injection cruel and unusual?

The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments Wednesday in a case challenging the use of the lethal injection in the United States, following a number of botched executions.

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Pope Francis celebrates Junipero Serra – a 'founding father' of the US

Pope Francis marked a “day of reflection” for the soon-to-be canonized Junípero Serra by celebrating Mass at the Pontifical North American College, lauding the 18th century missionary who worked to defend the native people against the abuses of colonialism.

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Who am I to judge?

Father Ronald Rolheiser, OMI

Perhaps the single most often-quoted line from Pope Francis is his response to a question he was asked vis-à-vis the morality of a particularly dicey issue. His infamous/famous reply: “Who am I to judge?”

 

 

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