To kick off the three-day workshop for the C3 Catholic Communication Collaboration (C3CON19), Los Angeles archbishop José H. Gomez said during his morning prayer that “the C3 conference is one of my priorities in the archdiocese. It is important
The Archdiocese of Los Angeles and the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Consular Affairs (Office of Passport Services) will host a free Passport Workshop on Saturday, August 17 from 9 am to 2 pm at San Gabriel Mission.
Archbishop José H. Gomez and the Archdiocese of Los Angeles Office of Religious Education hosted the fifth annual City of Saints conference this past weekend on the campus of University of California, Los Angeles to offer teens an encounter with Christ
The Senate confirmed a slew of judicial nominees and passed a budget deal this week, drawing praise from pro-lifers. “We’d heard that our Democratic colleagues across the Capitol were clamoring to take us backwards on the issue of life,
Nearly 40 years in the making, the parish community of St. James the Less in Perris finally celebrated the opening of its new worship space when Bishop Gerald Barnes blessed and consecrated the church on May 25. The new
You can pay for almost anything with your cellphone — coffee, rent, leases. While the nation moves toward a greater preponderance of digital payment, a question can be asked: What is to happen to the cash collection and church
How to get religiously unaffiliated, or "nones," particularly young people, back to the Catholic Church is a top priority for our church, said Auxiliary Bishop Robert E. Barron of Los Angeles, chairman of the bishops' Committee on Evangelization and
A man who broke into a church office in Lamont used a microwave to warm up and nosh on homemade tamales, then apparently relaxed for a few hours before ransacking the office and making off with TVs and phones.
The $3 billion California stem cell agency on Monday served up the bad news with only a smattering of sugar coating. No more applications for research funding are being accepted. The cash is running out, perhaps as early as
A Catholic priest twice convicted of possessing child pornography in Merced County — and recently released from prison — has continued to receive checks from the Roman Catholic Diocese of Fresno since he was first arrested nearly five years