• Our Lady of the Angels News 04/25/2014

    Immaculate Heart Student wins top award in writing contest

  • Farm workers, labor union members and community leaders to honor Cesar Chavez

    Farm workers, labor union members and community leaders will join the family of Cesar E. Chavez to celebrate the legacy of Chavez, a life-long Catholic and founder of the United Farm Workers (UFW) during the 12:30 p.m. Sunday,  April 6 Spanish Mass, presided by Archbishop José H. Gomez at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, 555 W. Temple Street, Los Angeles. 

  • St. Mary’s Academy marks 125th anniversary with traditional tea

    On Feb. 23, the alumnae and parent associations of St. Mary’s Academy in Inglewood co-hosted a tea party for more than 200 family members and friends. A time-honored tradition at the Inglewood all-girls’ high school since the early 1900s, the tea took on a special meaning this year with St. Mary’s celebrating its 125th anniversary.

  • Saint John’s Health Center is newest Providence hospital

    Following the approval by church and state officials, Providence Health & Services, Southern California, will assume sponsorship Saturday of Saint John’s Health Center in Santa Monica from the SCL Health System.

  • OLA News - 01/31/14

    Carolyn Quijano, office manager of St. Bernard High School in Playa del Rey, is the first face most school “Vikings” and visitors see when they step foot on campus. She has, in fact, dedicated 27 years to St. Bernard’s --- and 50 years of working in Catholic education at all levels of service.

  • OLA- News 12/13/2013

    At St. Anastasia School in Westchester, the concept of helping others is an important part of the curriculum. Every year the students, their families and parishioners extend their hands to help those less fortunate. This year the parochial school has been participating in multiple charitable activities aimed at helping those less fortunate during the Christmas season.

  • Pete: A ‘lifer’ paroled after 42 years because of PREP

    Late last month, the day before the interview, Pete got his first regular barber shop haircut in 42 years — a $7 special at a place on Vermont past 40th Street in South L.A.

  • Business execs go ‘homeless’ in support of Covenant House

    On the night of Thursday, November 21, more than 35 leaders in the business world slept out on the streets of Los Angeles in solidarity with homeless youth. 

  • Derek Walker: ‘Hero Chef’

    When Chef Derek Walker got the phone call this morning at 6:30, he was told Bread and Roses Café, where he’s plied his fine-dining craft for 6 1/2 years, had chicken donated by the California Chicken Café. And that got his creative juices going.

  • U.S. News ranks LMU, MSMC high again

    Loyola Marymount University and Mount St. Mary’s College each received high accolades in U.S. News & World Report’s annual “Best Colleges” rankings released Sept. 10.
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Pope’s challenge: Don’t be complacent on clerical sexual abuse

Francesco Cesareo

When Pope Francis met with six victims/survivors of sexual abuse July 7 in Rome, he showed empathy and compassion for victims/survivors both in attendance and in those not as he begged their forgiveness.

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  • Tuesday, July 22

    Healing Mass, Fr. Joey Faller presiding, 6:30 p.m., St. Mary Magdalen Church, 1241 Corning St.., L.A. (213) 453-2595.

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