• A record-breaking day in CYO track

    SANTA FE SPRINGS — Sprinters and long-distance runners in the Catholic Youth Organization Los Angeles ran for top honors while competing in the May 7 CYO track and field championship finals at St. Paul High School.

  • Archbishop throws first pitch at Dodger game

    For the fifth annual Catholic Schools Night at Dodger Stadium on May 11, Archbishop José H. Gomez enjoyed a memorable moment in the limelight when he threw a ceremonial first pitch before the 7:10 p.m. game against the Florida Marlins. For this avid, lifelong fan of all sports, it was exciting and unforgettable.

  • American Martyrs CYO champs again

    Ss. Pius and Matthias Academy hosted the CYO 2015 girls soccer finals April 29, which featured defending champion American Martyrs (Manhattan Beach) vs. Visitation (Los Angeles).

     

     

  • American Martyrs win CYO Boys Basketball Championships

    CYO Boys Basketball Championships were held at Providence High School on March 8th.  The final four featured teams from all four corners of the CYO demonstrating the depth of talent from schools throughout the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.  As expected, both the third place and championship games were exciting and fun to watch.

  • CYO Championships

     

    American Martyrs, Assumption take CYO Football and Volleyball Championships 

     

  • The All-Star Game: The local Catholic school contingent

    The All-Star honor roll represented by Catholic high schools of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles in baseball’s “mid-summer classic” is not a list that stretches back many decades (only four, in fact), but it includes some of the game’s most notable stars for that period.

  • Univisión to air special on Santo Toribio soccer team

    As the football soccer World Cup is coming to an end, having stirred all kinds of emotions in people around the globe, now we offer a story of young students from an inner-city Catholic school who are showing their commitment, love and faith in action through the sport. 

  • American Martyrs wins girls' CYO soccer title

    American Martyrs scored first and, after both teams had several chances to score but were denied by great goalkeeping, tallied again before the end of the first half to go up 2-0. 

  • St. Turibius wins CYO soccer title

    The St. Turibius School boys’ soccer team won its third straight CYO boys soccer title May 18, defeating St. Lawrence Martyr of Redondo Beach 3-1, to continue the Warriors’ three-year winning streak (their last defeat was in May 2011).

  • Serra wins CIF State Division II football title

    Junípero Serra High School of Gardena won its second state title in four years Dec. 15 by defeating Oakdale High School 42-15 rout.
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Voices

Certain Glory

Sean M. Wright

In this year of our Lord 2015, we celebrated the 1982nd anniversary of Jesus’ most precious gift, himself, in the sacrament of the Most Holy Eucharist. This Sunday, May 24, we celebrate Pentecost, the 1982nd birthday of the universal Church, and the gift of the Holy Spirit.

The Holy Father visits the Holy Land

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May 24, 2015

  • Sunday, May 24

    Revival, 8 a.m., 10 a.m., and 12:15 p.m. (during Mass), Transfiguration Catholic Church, 4020 Roxton Ave., Los Angeles. Come celebrate the spirit of Pentecost. (323) 292-3011.

    Vive la France, 2 p.m., St. Cyril of Jerusalem Church, 15520 Ventura Blvd., Encino. A marathon of French organ music, co-sponsored and performed by organists of the Los Angeles Chapter, American Guild of Organists. (310) 475-2693.

     

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