• Immaculate Heart students serve up nutrition for annual event

    Members of Immaculate Heart High School’s new cooking club recently served healthy smoothies and shakes to their classmates in honor of Childhood Nutrition Day.

  • Greater Los Angeles residents wrap gifts for impoverished children

    Families, churches and community groups from the greater Los Angeles area will join forces on Nov. 16 to Nov. 23 to pack gifts for children around the world living in extreme poverty or affected by war, disease and natural disaster.

  • St. Monica partners with Westside Coalition for homeless memorial service

    On Nov. 1, St. Monica Catholic Church hosted an interfaith memorial for members of the community who passed away this year while homeless.

  • Fair Trade LA celebrates its 10 year anniversary

    Fair Trade LA brought together nearly 200 people on Sunday, October 4th at the USC Caruso Catholic Center to celebrate its accomplishments and engage people in its work today. Guests had opportunities to sample Fair Trade drinks and food, enjoy Peruvian musicians and see the work and hear stories of artisans from Mexico and Kyrgyzstan.       

  • Annual ‘Pray for a Cure’ Mass held to end cancer

    The Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels hosted the 10th  annual “Pray for a Cure” Mass during Cancer Awareness Month.

  • Backpacks given to low-income Catholic students

    On Sept. 22, St. Vincent de Paul of Los Angeles and the Catholic Schools Collaborative presented 44 low-income Catholic school children with backpacks loaded with school supplies.

  • Local firefighter paramedic and missionary doctors honored at White Mass at the Cathedral

    The Archdiocese of Los Angeles and the Mission Doctors Association honored doctors, nurses and other health care professionals at the White Mass Aug. 18 at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels in downtown Los Angeles. Auxiliary Bishop Edward W. Clark was the main celebrant of the Mass – attended by physicians, nurses, missionaries, chaplains, paramedics, students and palliative and hospice care specialists – which honored healthcare professionals for their unconditional service to the community.

  • Timothy Law Snyder inaugurated as 16th president of Loyola Marymount University

    On Oct. 6, Dr. Timothy Law Snyder was installed as Loyola Marymount University’s 16th president during an afternoon inauguration ceremony at Gersten Pavilion. More than 2,000 supporters attended, including students, faculty and local dignitaries.

  • Mozart’s ‘Requiem’ at St. Monica

    On Oct. 30 at 8 p.m., the Dream Orchestra will perform Mozart’s “Requiem Mass in D Minor.” The concert will also include Mozart’s “Ave Verum Corpus.”

  • ‘White’ Mass at Cathedral Oct. 18

    Health Affairs for the Los Angeles Archdiocese and the Mission Doctors Association are hosting a “White” Mass to honor physicians, nurses and other healthcare professionals throughout the archdiocese (Los Angeles, Ventura and Santa Barbara counties).

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A blaze of praise

Father Ed Benioff

If you say nice things about my preaching — or my writing, or my shoes — I have to admit, I’ll be pleased. I’ll remember what you said. Pay me a compliment, and it may even change the course of my day. That’s the power of praise when it’s directed at another human being. For a moment, it makes us feel like we’re the object of admiration and even love.


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November 26, 2015

  • Thursday, November 26

    Thanksgiving Day Dinner, 11 a.m.-2 p.m., St. Finbar Church, 2010 W Olive Ave., Burbank. All are welcome to join for food, fellowship and the sincere celebration of God’s goodness on Thanksgiving Day. Featuring a buffet-style turkey dinner and dessert. Free. (818) 846-6251. www.stfinbarburbank.org.

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