On Jan. 23 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., St. Sebastian and All Souls World Language Catholic schools will co-host a Dual Language Education Fair at the St. Sebastian campus in West Los Angeles. The fair will highlight the two schools’ dual language immersion programs in Spanish-English and Mandarin-English.
“Hey, what’s going on down there?” came from above on Christmas morning.
The query rose above shouts, whistles and catcalls: “The (vulgarity) pope is here!”
Then Archbishop José H. Gomez started walking down narrow cellblock 3100B.
A former teacher with the Los Angeles Unified School District, Mama Hill worked as an English teacher and counselor, and also served as a mentor for students, utilizing her teaching skills and affable demeanor to help inspire them.
Thousands of Filipino Catholics from throughout Southern California celebrated the beginning of Simbang Gabi, a 500-year-old Filipino Christmas tradition, with a special Mass at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels on Dec. 15.
More than 60 parishioners and community members gathered at St. Monica Church, Santa Monica on Dec. 13 to pray for peace during the parish’s Vigil for All Victims of Gun Violence.
The Filipino Ministry of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles is preparing to celebrate Simbang Gabi at 6:30 p.m. Dec. 15 at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, 555 West Temple Street, Los Angeles.
Archbishop José H. Gomez joined with 70 prominent spiritual leaders and artists to write the newly-released book, “What Did Jesus Ask?”
Cardinal Roger M. Mahony has been a bishop for 40 years and a cardinal for 25. With his 80th birthday a few months away, the cardinal sat down with The Tidings to share his thoughts on the many surprises in his ministry.
The Archdiocese of Los Angeles will host the second annual celebration of OneLife LA, an event that highlights the beauty of every human life, from conception to natural death. The event stresses the Catholic Church’s pro-life message, including issues of adoption, suicide, domestic abuse and human trafficking.
The 10:30 a.m. Mass at St. Brigid, celebrated by visiting Father William Norvel, lasted a good 90 minutes. But that wasn’t unusual at the popular Sunday liturgy. The gospel choir had done a rousing entrance to the beat of African drums. During the liturgy, there were rhythmic responses and sacred alleluias, a swinging “Gloria” and an “Our Father” that touched some deep spiritual part of you. A thundering piano led the music.
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