• Immaculate Heart Radio to begin broadcasting Nov. 17

    Immaculate Heart Radio (AM 930 in Los Angeles), which produces and airs “Right Here, Right Now — With Patrick Madrid,” will be broadcast for the first time in Los Angeles on Nov. 17. The hour-long show will air live on weekdays at 1 p.m.

  • Praying for the dead

    For Robert and his wife Janet, parishioners at Our Lady of Soledad Church in East Los Angeles, Nov. 1 was a particularly good day. Together they created a colorful altar in remembrance of their beloved daughter — complete with flowers, a collage of photos, old toys and stuffed animals, and even Janeen’s college degree — which they set up near her final resting place at Calvary Cemetery in East L.A.

  • CEF’s Christmas Card Contest winners

    "My aunt’s a great artist also,” said Allison Buss-Mercado. The 1st-grader at St. Paschal Baylon School in Thousand Oak knows well of what she speaks. She took first prize in the Catholic Education Foundation’s (CEF) 2014 Christmas Card Contest for students, in the category of grades kindergarten-3rd.

  • Praying for the dead

    Janeen Caudillo was a beautiful, spirited and loving young woman who devoted her life to “my kids” — the boys and girls she represented and protected as a professional social worker. 

  • Cathedral hosts 32nd annual Red Mass honoring legal professionals

    Scores of lawyers, judicial and public officials, and other legal professionals were on hand at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels the afternoon of Oct. 21 for the 32nd annual Red Mass, celebrated by Archbishop José Gomez in honor of their “service to our society,” as the archbishop noted in his welcoming remarks.

  • Changes at ‘The Tidings’

    The Tidings will be undergoing a restructuring that will regretfully include staff reductions from its editorial and business operations.

  • ‘Love fully revealed’ at Our Lady of the Angels Congress

    "Real love reveals itself in what we do, what we sacrifice, what we create for the real persons whom we love. So we know we are loved not by feelings of attraction, but by the many, many things that others do for us and we do for them,” pointed out Auxiliary Bishop Edward Clark during the opening of the Our Lady of the Angels (OLA) Regional Congress on Oct. 25.

  • From Panorama City to South Sudan: ‘Missionary disciples’

    There was much rejoicing when the computers sent from St. Genevieve Church in Panorama City arrived Sept. 8 at John Paul II Philosophicum Seminary in Yambio, South Sudan.

  • Good Shepherd Shelter, USC School host domestic violence summit

    “Make This Moment Count: Summit on Domestic Violence” will be offered Oct. 28, 9 a.m.-noon, at the USC University Club, Los Angeles.

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Statement on the announcement of presidential executive orders on immigration

Archbishop José H. Gomez

I am happy that some temporary relief is being offered to help parents and children who right now are living in daily fear that their families will be broken up by arrests and deportations. But the President’s actions today are no substitute for the comprehensive immigration reform our nation needs.

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  • Friday, November 21

    Fall Concert: Paul Gilbraith, 7 p.m., Thomas Aquinas College, 10000 Ojai Road, Santa Paula. Free and open to the public. Gilbraith is a classical guitarist, Grammy nominee and Billboard “Top Ten” Artist. (805) 525-4417.

    “Marymount Presents” Fall Theater Production, 8 p.m. and Nov. 22, 8 p.m., Grand Annex, 434 W Sixth St., San Pedro. Tickets: $10 general, $5 student/senior. The fall theatre production will showcase Marymount California University student talent. (310) 303-7223.

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