• San Gabriel Mission Food Pantry is growing

    In just seven months, the newly created Claret Food Pantry at San Gabriel Mission has grown from serving 18 families to 80. And the goal is to reach 200 in two years, said Deacon Guido Zamalloa, the Claret Food Pantry Committee coordinator.

  • Holy Family holds prayer vigil for students at South Pasadena HS

    When a pair of students at South Pasadena High School were arrested for allegedly plotting a mass shooting, the local faith communities responded by holding a prayer vigil to pray for all affected — students, faculty, staff, families and, especially, the two young suspects and their families.

  • Bosco Tech students get hands-on summer internships

    Several Don Bosco Tech students returned to their Rosemead campus for the fall semester after completing rigorous internships that complimented their engineering and technology studies.

  • St. Camillus Center prepares for celebration

    St. Camillus Center for Spiritual Care is marking 60 years of its founding on Aug. 24 with a Mass of Thanksgiving celebrated by Archbishop Jose Gomez. The evening will also feature an interfaith presentation, a reading of the St. Camillus’ story and a special recognition of chaplains and outreach partners, now and then.

  • Taste of Diamond Bar set at St. Denis

    The courtyard at St. Denis Church will be transformed into a community restaurant night on Aug. 16 for the annual Taste of Diamond Bar event. Now in its seventh year held on the church grounds, the sample and munch experience welcomes about 400 hungry participants who browse among the 30 local vendors and restaurants.

  • Healing Mass, grief support meeting set at Holy Name of Mary

    It started several years ago around Lent with then-pastor Father John Roche, but the monthly Healing Mass at Holy Name of Mary in San Dimas has grown steadily over the years with many parishioners each month taking part in the first Saturday morning celebration.

  • OLA youth missionaries travel to Chula Vista

    Last year it was Pasadena, but this year a group of teens and young people from Our Lady of the Assumption in Claremont made a weeklong mission trip to Chula Vista to be of service, to learn the value of giving and to see the power of faith in action.

  • Community fair and swap meet set at Resurrection School

    Resurrection School will host its first Swap Meet and Community Fair Event on July 19, 8 a.m.-2 p.m. offering parishioners information, shopping, music and family fun.

  • Mission Day raises funds for Claretian Missionaries

    The students at San Gabriel Mission Elementary School were hard at “play” on Mission Day. Yet even though they were working hard at having fun, their festivities raised $2,566 for the Claretian Missionaries.

  • Catholic Hispanic Ministry Symposium held in Sierra Madre

    Archbishop José Gomez presided at the closing Mass of the 2014 National Symposium of Catholic Hispanic Ministry, hosted by Loyola Marymount University and held at Mater Dolorosa Passionist Retreat Center in Sierra Madre.

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25th anniversary of the martyrs of El Salvador: The current ‘coyuntura’ invites solutions

Rev. Michael Kennedy, S.J.

I remember visiting the University of Central America (UCA) in El Salvador with Jesuit Fathers Paul Locatelli and Steve Privett in 1988 and speaking with Father Ignacio Ellacuria, the president of the university. Father Ellacuria used the word coyuntura countless times during our lengthy conversation.

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