• Juan Diego House robust with seminarians

    GARDENA — In a way, Jaime Garnica, Juan Gutierrez, Rick Lee (California State University, Dominguez Hills) and William King (El Camino College) are average college students: young men navigating a challenging crossroads in their lives, discovering their passions and studying in preparation for their coming days in “the real world.”



  • ‘Don’t kill grandma’

    PASADENA — Joseph Domingo is only 11, but he knows the lethal consequences if California legislators pass the proposed assisted suicide bill, AB2X 15, successor of SB 128, the “End of Life Option Act.”

  • Circle V Camp: Bringing nature — and God — to kids

    Sleepy-eyed campers and slightly-more-awake counselors and CILTs (Counselors In Leadership Training) headed down the sloping, drought-dry campground to the outdoor chapel on this overcast summer Thursday morning. Before 8 o’clock, the campers were sitting down on Monterey-pine benches, facing a sycamore altar and the 8-foot-high redwood cross behind it. Gnarly lumps of coast live oaks, some older than 100 years, almost seemed to be reaching out to the young congregation gathered for post-sunrise praise.

  • Our Lady of the Angels, pray for us

    Thousands flocked to the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels in Downtown Los Angeles the afternoon of Aug. 29 for a grand celebration — featuring Aztec and Chinelo dancers adorned in colorful intricate regalia, Knights of Columbus and other Catholic fraternal organizations, as well as Angelenos of all ages — in observance of the 234th birthday of the City of Los Angeles, originally christened El Pueblo de Nuestra Señora la Reina de Los Angeles de Porciúncula.



  • Pope Francis holds virtual audience with Americans in Chicago, Texas, LA

    Pope Francis on Monday took part in a virtual audience with a group of Americans, less than a month before his historic trip to the United States.

  • Icons of the Inner City celebration

    Holy Name of Jesus School will celebrate those who have worked to make a difference in the inner city of Los Angeles by hosting a fundraiser from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Sept. 26 at The Proud Bird.

  • Marymount presents second Latino leadership and policy summit

    This summer, Latino elected officials joined Latino chancellors, presidents and administrators from cities, colleges and school districts across California at the second annual Latino Leadership and Policy Summit presented by Marymount California University in Rancho Palos Verdes.

  • ‘Pastor to the pastors’

    “What I’ve tried to do and be is a pastor to the pastors, to support them, set goals for them, to be approachable and to listen. I want them to be the best priests they can be,” says Auxiliary Bishop Gerald E. Wilkerson about his 18-year ministry serving as shepherd for the million Catholics who live and work in the San Fernando Region of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.



  • Catholic schools make prayer a priority

    Put on school uniform. Check. Prepare lunch. Check. Put school supplies in backpack. Check. Leave for school on time. Check. Pray for a safe and successful school year?

  • Planned Parenthood videos didn’t surprise former clinic director

    The information revealed in the undercover Planned Parenthood videos has shocked the nation, but the monetization of fetal body parts was an everyday occurrence for Abby Johnson during her eight years as a clinic director at Planned Parenthood.

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Human nature — is it somehow all wrong?

Father Ronald Rolheiser, OMI

An American humorist was once asked what he loved most in life. This was his reply: “I love women best; whiskey next; my neighbor a little; and God hardly at all!”




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