• Answering questions about the faith in Camarillo

    Do you have questions about faith, the meaning of life and death, or the teachings of the Catholic Church? As a mature adult, are you trying to find ways in today’s complicated world to understand the Catholicism you may have encountered as a child?

  • Mary Health 50th anniversary dinner, dance and concert gala

    Celebrating its golden anniversary in 2014, Mary Health of the Sick Convalescent and Nursing Hospital in Newbury Park will hold its 50th Anniversary Dinner, Dance and Concert Gala on Nov. 8 at the Sheraton, Agoura Hills.

  • Ethical care ‘end-of-life’ seminar set Oct. 25 in Ventura

    “Ethical Care at the End of Life,” a seminar addressing hospice trends, palliative sedation, physician-assisted suicide and more, will be held Oct. 25 at Our Lady of the Assumption Church, Ventura.

  • La Reina offers middle school in 2015

    In an effort to provide “a seamless transition from middle school to high school,” La Reina High School will offer a middle school for girls to include grades 6-8 beginning in fall 2015. Founded in Thousand Oaks by the Sisters of Notre Dame in 1964, La Reina currently offers enrollment for grades 7-12.

  • Catholic Charities Ventura County board holds annual retreat

    Catholic Charities’ Santa Barbara Region/Ventura County advisory board recently held its annual retreat at San Buenaventura Mission in Ventura, hosted by Father Tom Elewaut, pastor and board chaplain.

  • ‘Understanding the Complexity of Suicide’ talk set at Padre Serra

    “Myths, Truth, Hope and Healing: Understanding the Complexity of Suicide” will be addressed Oct. 15, 7 p.m. at Blessed Junípero Serra Church, Camarillo.

  • La Reina HS marks golden jubilee

    At its founding by the Sisters of Notre Dame in 1964, La Reina High School in Thousand Oaks opened its doors to 27 students. Fifty years later, the school serves 560 students in grades 7-12.

  • Santa Clara HS Hall of Fame dinner set Oct. 11

    Santa Clara High School and the Santa Clara Alumni Association will host its Hall of Fame Dinner Auction on Oct. 11, honoring its 2014 inductees: Gordon Kurz, Al Morales (posthumously) and Robert Q. Valles.

  • San Buenaventura Mission welcomes new St. Joseph shrine

    Given that he was ordained a priest on the feast of St. Joseph the Worker in 1962, and a bishop on the feast of St. Joseph in 1975, it was only fitting that Cardinal Roger Mahony was present to bless a new statue of St. Joseph the Worker in the courtyard of San Buenaventura Mission on Aug. 24.

  • New St. Gladys Hall blessed at Thomas Aquinas College

    With the start of the new academic year, students at Thomas Aquinas College are now, for the first time, attending classes in the College’s newest building, St. Gladys Hall.

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Voices

Human nature — is it somehow all wrong?

Father Ronald Rolheiser, OMI

An American humorist was once asked what he loved most in life. This was his reply: “I love women best; whiskey next; my neighbor a little; and God hardly at all!”

 

 

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September 4, 2015

  • Friday, September 4

    “Rejoice and Be Glad”: 44th Annual SCRC Catholic Renewal Convention, Opening liturgy: 7:30 p.m, Anaheim Convention Center, 800 W Katella Ave., Anaheim. The largest Catholic charismatic renewal convention in the U.S. and Canada begins Friday night and continues through Sunday afternoon, featuring over 40 speakers, dynamic daily liturgies and Young Adult conference. Presented by Southern California Renewal Communities. Register online at scrc.org.

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