• ‘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).

  • Loyola students return from Pope Francis trip

    Eighteen sophomores and juniors from Loyola High School of Los Angeles travelled to Philadelphia to greet Pope Francis as part of 2 Philly 4 Francis: Ignatian Pilgrims on the Journey. St. Joseph’s Preparatory School, a Jesuit high school in Philadelphia, organized the event, which lasted from Sept. 24 to Sept. 28.



  • Getty acquires rare medieval sculpture

    The Getty Museum has acquired a rare medieval alabaster sculpture of St. Philip. Dating from 1420 to 1430, the statue represents the apostle Philip holding a cross, referencing his death by crucifixion.



  • St. Mark School in Venice implements environmentally friendly changes

    St. Mark School in Venice will soon complete environmentally friendly changes to their campus, including a cutting-edge water filtration system, new drought-tolerant landscaping and a community garden.

  • Christian Service 4LIFE at USC

    On Nov. 4 from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Archbishop Gomez and 8,000 students will participate in Christian Service 4LIFE, featuring the talk, “A Path to Sainthood: The Life and Works of Dorothy Day.”

  • Archbishop Gomez Google Hangout with Catholic students and seminarians

    On Sept. 16, Catholic students and seminarians began the new school year with a first-ever Google Hangout on Air with Archbishop José H. Gomez.

  • Our Mother of Good Counsel benefits from Mount Saint Mary’s MBA program

    After the community of Our Mother of Good Counsel (OMGC) in Los Feliz began experiencing financial difficulties, a group of Mount Saint Mary’s MBA students conducted a case study to increase revenues and enrollment at the school and church.

  • Sisters trust archbishop with sale of convent

    For months, the media has sensationalized the sale of the Immaculate Hear of Mary Sisters’ former convent to urban developer Dana Hollister. Los Angeles County Superior Judge James Chaflant ruled the sale invalid July 30. With upcoming hearings about the future of the convent scheduled this fall, Angelus News gave three of the five sisters who haven’t been heard a chance to speak for themselves.

  • Italian Relic to be shown at cathedral

    On Sept. 9, the Holy Face of Manoppello, a cloth imprinted with the face of Christ, is coming to the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels.



  • Mount St. Mary’s University will host a bible study workshop entitled 'Reading the Gospel of Luke'

    Mount St. Mary’s University will host a bible study workshop entitled “Reading the Gospel of Luke” from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Aug. 29 on the university’s Doheny campus.



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Caring for our soul

Father Ronald Rolheiser, OMI

What does it profit you if you gain the whole world but suffer the loss of your own soul?




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