Emotional Mass honors legacy of Cesar Chavez: A march led by the late labor leader from Delano to Sacramento called attention to unjust working conditions for migrant workers 50 years ago
A half century ago, the U.S. and the world saw the shadow of a long human chain of peaceful marchers making their way from Delano to Sacramento. They walked to draw attention to the abuses of farm workers in the nation.
A recent study of Catholic schools in the United States raised questions about how well our Catholic schools are serving the Latino community. California Catholic schools are ahead of the curve.
In this Year of Mercy, five dedicated servants from the Los Angeles Archdiocese will be honored at the Cardinal’s Awards Dinner April 16 at the J.W. Marriott LA Live in Downtown Los Angeles.
The honorees — examples to the community who embody the pope’s “Year of Mercy” spirit — are Robert Berry, Teresa Clougherty, Charles Gaffney, Lydia Gamboa and Sister Alice Marie Quinn, DC.
On June 9, the state of California’s new assisted suicide law will take effect. The bill was signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown in October, but could only be implemented 91 days after the state legislature ended its special session on healthcare.
The annual Life, Justice and Peace Leadership Training workshops will begin this month to give parish leaders the tools and strategies needed to help them guide parishioners through the remainder of the 2016 election year.
When high school senior Jasmeen Santos was a little girl, she enjoyed memorable times at a Catholic summer camp, relishing in the company of fellow classmates and sharing inspiring moments with camp leaders who always made her smile.
A father and daughter received the sacraments of baptism, first Communion, and confirmation together at an Easter Vigil Mass in Burbank while holding close the memory of daughter and sister, Danielle Granados, who passed away last year in January at the age of 7.
Three years ago, Jimmy Valdez, 27, began what he calls a cycle of “hitting sober to relapsing, to hitting sober to relapsing.” But this month, he celebrates one year and four months of sobriety.
And at this year’s Easter Vigil at St. Monica Church in Santa Monica, Valdez celebrated another milestone with fellow members of his RCIA class: full membership into the Catholic Church.
Nearly 130 benefactors and friends gathered on March 19 at The Jesuit Novitiate of the Three Companions in Culver City, Calif., to celebrate the successful conclusion of the Generations Capital Campaign.
On Good Friday, March 25, following the 3 p.m. Liturgy of the Passion at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, the 10th annual Via Crucis — Way of the Cross — will commence in the Cathedral Plaza. Sponsored by the Communion and Liberation lay movement, the Via Crucis has been associated with the cathedral for seven years.
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