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Pomona Catholic Schools launch faith-based literacy and language programs

On Friday, April 13, the Family of Catholic Schools in Pomona hosted a Walk-a-Thon to celebrate the beginning of a new program aimed at fostering literacy, Spanish/English dual-language immersion, and blended learning for students in grades

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Pomona Catholic Schools launch faith-based literacy and language programs2018-04-16T22:28:36-07:00

Archbishop Gomez recognizes ‘first peoples’ in Archdiocese of Los Angeles

Archbishop José H. Gomez signed new protocols acknowledging that Native Americans of California, as the First People of the Land, deserve special recognition and pastoral concern.

“These protocols that we are signing

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Archbishop Gomez recognizes ‘first peoples’ in Archdiocese of Los Angeles2018-03-30T08:58:41-07:00

Without a home in the City of the Angels

“Lady! Beautiful lady,” calls out Sister Rosaline Vu, opening the driver’s side door of the metallic Toyota van that has 94,000 hard stop-and-go miles on it. In her plain blue habit, she walks up to a

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Without a home in the City of the Angels2018-03-09T07:26:06-08:00

Weaving the divine

Originally, John Nava’s tapestries for the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels in Los Angeles were commissioned to enhance the musical quality and acoustics of the vast space. Engaging with this ancient technique, however, so

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Weaving the divine2018-02-12T15:39:08-08:00