Scott Hahn, Bishop Barron, Kathryn Lopez, John Allen, Archbishop Gomez

L.A. archdiocese news to go fully digital, including Instagram and Twitter
New home page for the Angelus

New home page for the Angelus

The following comes from a June 29 email from Angelus News.

It’s time for the Angelus:

The Catholic Church continues its entrance into the digital age with Angelus News, a multimedia news platform from the center of global pop culture, Los Angeles.

Angelus News provides round the clock content from the voices in the Church we trust and love: Archbishop Gomez, Bishop Barron, John Allen, Kathryn Lopez, Inés San Martín, Fr. Rolheiser, Heather King, Grazie Pozo Christie, Ruben Navarrette, Dr. Scott Hahn and many others who are set to contribute their unique perspective to keep us informed and move the Church forward.

Angelus’ editorial platform will include:

Angelus will also include more national and international reporting, prominent photography and a contemporary design to better engage our readership and provide content you can share to strengthen your faith at home, in the public square and on your social media feeds.

Launching online on the Solemnity of Sts. Peter and Paul the Apostles and in print on the feast of St. Junípero Serra the founder of California, Angelus will strive to embody the mission of the early Church and California’s newest saint — “Always forward, never back.”

Come visit our site, sign up for our newsletter, subscribe to our magazine, and allow Angelus to help strengthen your faith, draw you to a deeper relationship with Christ, and inform you on the most recent news within the Catholic Church, the culture and the world.

We look forward to “moving forward” together.

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  1. I believe the SSPX already has a print shop known as The Angelus Press.

    • Yes they do, and the Leaflet Missal Company sells their 1962 Traditional Latin Missals right along with the post Vatican II American English missals put out by the Catholic Book Publishing Company. Baronius Press puts out an updated Traditional Latin Mass Missal for the FSSP, and I think that is the one the Institute of the Christ the King, Sovereign High Priest sells also. Leaflet Missal Company also has the 1950 St. Joseph Daily Missal and 1958 updated New Marian Missal (Latin-English). I am not sure who puts those out.

    • The above article is about the Angelus News, though, not the Angelus Press.

  2. Glad to see Scott Hahn’s name listed. I am led to understand that he was persona non grata under Mahoney., or am I mistaken?

  3. Bob One says:

    Evangelism, the verb, has changed over the years. When people spend hours each day on their mobile devices, it is important to go there if you want to communicate with the young and millennials. This is a good leap in that direction. I’m on Facebook, but my grand kids tell me that is only for “old people.” So I guess we need to be active on Snapchat and all the other social media. Even Twitter is now becoming “old” and they are losing money because of it. Good show LA Diocese!

    • Anne T. says:

      That is because most “older people” are wiser. We know much of the newer technology is not private at all, and everything one says and does can and will be used against him/her in later years. They have a lot to learn. (Lots of laughs.)

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