• Ramona Convent: Empowering young women for 125 years

    About 500 students, alumnae, parents, staff and guests gathered on the grounds of Ramona Convent Secondary School in AlhambraOct. 4 to celebrate the school’s 125th anniversary.

  • Image of Virgin Mary from Mexico tours Southland

    Visiting from the Basilica-Cathedral of the Diocese of San Juan de los Lagos in Jalisco, Mexico, the pilgrimage image of Our Lady of San Juan de los Lagos is being venerated by the faithful of the Southland.

  • White Mass honorees rely on prayer, faith to help them serve

    At St. Francis Medical Center in Lynwood, Dr. Jorge Carreon’s day begins with a visit to the chapel and prayer before the Blessed Sacrament.

  • CCC complaint accuses DCMH of serious civil rights violations

    The California Catholic Conference has filed a complaint with the Office of Civil Rights at the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) citing federal civil rights violations by the California Department of Managed Health Care (DMHC) resulting in Catholic institutions and others being required to purchase health insurance covering all forms of voluntary direct abortion, including late-term and gender selection.

  • Our Lady of Fatima Family Crusade celebration set Oct. 11

    The 20th anniversary of the Our Lady of Fatima Family Crusade will be celebrated Oct. 11 at San Lorenzo Ruiz Church, Walnut.

  • Forum on ‘50 Years of Liturgical Reform’ set Oct. 16 at LMU

    “50 Years of Liturgical Reform: Beyond Vatican II Nominalism," the fifth forum in the eight-part series “Vatican II at 50: A Symposium,” will be held Oct. 16, 7 p.m., at Loyola Marymount University.

  • Kathleen Kim, police commissioner

    “It’s been a really great experience, a very meaningful experience. And I did not ever expect to have this opportunity to, you know, be a part of something that could have such an impact on our residents. It really came out of nowhere.”

  • Colorful and universal: ‘I think this is what heaven is like’

    “To see these various ethnic groups come together in their finery in their traditional costumes is extremely exciting,” remarked Rich Widerynski of the Oct. 4 Eucharistic Celebration of Cultures held at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels. “Not only are the people beautiful, but they’re colorful.”

  • Calif. abortion mandate deemed a 'flagrant violation' of civil rights

    The California government “directly targeted” two Catholic universities and violated federally guaranteed civil rights by ordering their health insurance plans to cover abortions, the California Catholic Conference has charged.
     

  • In East L.A.: ‘They showed us how to live the faith’

    In the courtyard at Our Lady of Guadalupe School on Hazard Avenue in East Los Angeles, a monument to the Missionary Sisters of St. Columban who taught at the school for 40 years connects the inner-city school with the religious order.

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The unhappy cost of resentment

Father Ronald Rolheiser, OMI

It's not only love that makes the world go round. Resentment, too, is prominent in stirring the drink.

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    St. Padre Pio Healing Mass, Fr. Bob Vidal presiding, 1 p.m., St. Anne Church, 340 10th St., Seal Beach. (562) 594-6357.

    Healing Mass,Fr. Ismael Robles presiding, 7:30 p.m., St. Linus Church, 13915 Shoemaker Ave., Norwalk. (562) 921-6649.

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