Twenty men and women were commissioned to the ministry of Altar Server during the 9 a.m. Mass at St. Bernard’s Parish on March 8.
Sacred Heart High School will host its first gala, “United to Empower,” on April 25 at 5 p.m. The evening will raise funds for the Comet Scholarship Fund, a tuition assistance program for students at the all-girls college prep school.
The LA City Hall Bridge Gallery is showcasing the artwork of four Louisville High School female students as part of the exhibit, “Expressions of Strength: An Art Exhibit Celebrating the Strength and Vitality of Los Angeles Youth.”
St. John Eudes Parish will host a retreat entitled “The Passion of the Christ,” given by biblical scholar and former UCLA professor Dr. Bill Creasy on March 28 from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Award-winning author Jan Ellison returned to her former preparatory school, Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy on Feb. 4 to discuss her writing methods, experience and inspirations with students and staff.
Pastoral council members from across the Los Angeles Archdiocese’s five regions gathered at Providence High School in Burbank Feb. 21 for the Eighth Annual Interregional Gathering.
The meeting featured addresses by Archbishop José H. Gomez, Bishop Gerald Wilkerson of the San Fernando region, and Father Edward Benioff, director of the Office of New Evangelization.
The Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Women will host a women’s day of recollection from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on March 19.
St. Mel Parish offers a support group for adults suffering the loss of a loved one.
A “Beginning Experience” Weekend will be held at the Holy Spirit Retreat Center in Encino for those who have experienced the loss of a spouse through death or divorce/separation. Many people who have suffered this loss feel left out by their church, uneasy around married friends and unsure of themselves and their futures.
On Jan. 31, Southern California Renewal Communities will host a special teaching event. “Light Dispelling Darkness: The World Turned Upside Down” will feature Tidings columnist Robert Brennan, who has more than 20 years of experience writing in the television industry. The event will include a discussion of how film and television depictions of the occult and supernatural have confused the boundaries between good and evil, in addition to other topics in spirituality today and a Q&A session with SCRC president Dominic Berardino.
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