• A bluebird day: Commercial fisherman Captain Geordie King

    Back in New England, my brother Geordie’s been a commercial fisherman for more than 30 years. He developed his passion for boats as a kid, out fishing and pulling lobster traps with my father.

  • Respecting life outside our comfort zone

    True respect for life requires us to get out of our comfort zone.

  • Can death be beautiful? A response to Brittany Maynard

    Brittany Maynard plans on ending her life on November 1.

  • Catholic Worker Dennis Apel and his U.S. Supreme Court case

    Guadalupe is a tucked-away town in Santa Barbara County, 175 miles from the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, the northwestern-most community of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.

  • Proposition 47: A call for justice

    In California there are several forms of punishment for those among us who have committed crimes. Individuals found guilty of a criminal offense can be placed on probation, fined or incarcerated in a jail or prison. Minors can be punished and sentenced to juvenile facilities and, in some cases, minors who are 14 or older can be treated as adults. Sentences often “do not fit the crime.”

  • Bombing Islamic State is fueling the violence

    We need to do something!

    With the barbaric Islamic State now controlling large portions of Iraq and Syria, and inflicting rape, torture and even beheading on those who do not conform to their fundamentalist interpretation of Islam, it is imperative that they must be stopped.

  • Spreading the culture of life: Marjori’s story

    It began last spring, the Saturday before the Church celebrates Divine Mercy Sunday.  

  • What to expect from the Synod of Bishops

    Expectations and anxieties regarding next month’s assembly in Rome of the world Synod of Bishops are running exceptionally high. The subject matter alone — the crisis of marriage and family — would be reason enough for that. But there’s a lot else going on here.

  • A Rosh Hashanah Message to our Catholic friends

    To committed Jews, our High Holiday Season is no more about honey cake than Christmas is about eggnog. The run-up to Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year (which began Sept. 24), is about taking G-d’s Kingship of the world more seriously, and our stewardship of it more responsibly.

  • The truth about climate change

    “Can we remain indifferent before the problems associated with such realities as climate change …  loss of productivity in vast agricultural areas, the pollution of rivers and aquifers, the loss of biodiversity, the increase of natural catastrophes and the deforestation of equatorial and tropical regions?”

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Voices

Easter and beyond

Anne Hansen

We move quickly from our major religious holidays each year. It’s not intentional. Life hurries along and as soon as the sun sets on one holiday the next is being touted by merchants looking to sell us whatever the next big day brings. To remain in the spirit of the religious holiday — in this case Easter — takes deliberate intention.

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April 27, 2015

  • Monday, April 27

    Holy Silence Contemplative Prayer Group offers a book study and discussion on the Desert Fathers, 7:30-9 p.m., St Andrew Russian Greek Catholic Church, 538 Concord St., El Segundo. (310) 322-1892.

    Healing Mass, 7:30 p.m., St. Cornelius Church, 5500 E Warldow Ave., Long Beach. (562) 421-8966.

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