• Our Lady of Fatima in Artesia wins CYO Girls Basketball Championship

    The CYO Girls Basketball Championships, held at St. Paul High School in Santa Fe Springs on Feb. 26, was brimming with exciting school matchups.

  • Our Lady of Fatima in Artesia wins CYO Boys Basketball Championship

    In the second half Our Lady of Fatima was able to build upon their lead despite furious activity by St. Anne Mission. Our Lady of Fatima maintained control of the ball while their defense continued to pose difficulties for St. Anne, paving the way for Our Lady of Fatima to win the CYO championship.

  • L.A. Angels owner awards full college scholarships to two Sacred Heart H.S. students

    On Feb. 2, two high school seniors at Sacred Heart High School in Lincoln Heights were awarded full four-year college scholarships to their school of choice. Arte Moreno, an American businessman and owner of the baseball team the Los Angeles Angels, funded the generous award through his charity foundation.

  • 2015 Special Olympics World Games

    Most folks wouldn’t think of trying to be graceful walking on a four-inch-wide wood beam. It would be more than enough just to make it from one side to the other, regardless of how they looked.

  • Thousands of volunteers ready to help as ‘Fans in the Stands’

    More than 30 years ago, the City of Angels hosted the 1984 Olympic Games. In less than two months, Los Angeles will again host athletes from across the globe during the 2015 Special Olympics World Games Los Angeles 2015.



  • Husband and wife raise money to sponsor special athletes from Bolivia

    “If you have bread and can share with others, you feel more human,” says Fernando Lazcano, former consul of Bolivia in Miami and San Francisco. “It’s worth the effort.”

  • Former pro athletes, alumni support St. Paul High School’s annual golf classic

    St. Paul High School in Santa Fe Springs presented its 17th Annual Golf Classic on May 11 at the Friendly Hills Country Club in Whittier in memory of Tom Klemens, a 1968 alumnus who was a longtime supporter of his alma mater.



  • 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).



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The world as it should be

Archbishop José H. Gomez

Catholic social teaching gives us a vision of the world as it could be and as it should be. ... The Gospel of Jesus Christ is the most radical doctrine in the history of ideas. If the world believed what Jesus proclaimed ... every society could be transformed overnight.


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