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Mark Drevno couldn’t agree more with Sister Mary Sean Hodges and her PREP coworkers about how difficult it is for men and women coming out of prison to find decent, stable employment. It’s why he founded “Jails to Jobs.” And it’s why he wrote “Seven Steps to Becoming Employed,” published in...

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Annual Mass Honors High School Seniors And Teachers For Outstanding Community Service

Coming from a big family, high school senior Karen Galicia is used to looking after other children. It was a natural fit when she started volunteering at a local recreational center, bringing in her own art supplies and coloring books to entertain children. Today, she spends weekends and some...

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Archbishop Gomez Celebrates The Generous Service And Talents Of Six Catholics At Cardinal’s Awards Dinner

On March 11, six members of the Los Angeles Catholic community received the 2017 29th Cardinal’s Awards for their extensive and distinguished service. The event took place at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills. “The Cardinal’s Awards Dinner is a celebration of our Christian duty to love...

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Sagrado Corazon Breaks Ground For New Church

Sagrado Corazon and Santa Maria de Guadalupe Church in Cudahy is a faith-filled community where worshippers attend Mass in an outdoor church they call “the annex.” The largely immigrant parishioners flock to the annex to hear the gospel each Sunday despite not having a building with four walls,...

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L.A. Area Workshops To Focus On Immigrant Rights And Emergency Preparedness For Immigrant Families

In the light of recent changes on national immigration policies which have raised fears and anxieties among families and communities of various backgrounds, a series of workshops will be taking place in the Greater Los Angeles area this week focusing on rights of immigrants. On Tuesday, March...

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Finding God In All Things — Even Coffee

Any Yelp-savvy person looking for a coffee shop in the midst of USC’s surrounding urban streets may be lured by extensive positive reviews and a four-and-a-half star-rating to a little café dozens of reviewers call “an oasis.” Located behind St. Agnes Korean Catholic Church, the Ignatius Café is...

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Since 1895, The Tidings has been telling the story of the Catholic Church — both here in Los Angeles and across the globe. On July 1, 2016, we transformed the Tidings newspaper into a multimedia platform, Angelus News.

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At Cantwell Sacred Heart: Student-Athletes Let Their Actions Speak

They are both gifted student-athletes at Cantwell Sacred Heart High School in Montebello who also happen to be polite, well-mannered and, quite honestly, not especially comfortable talking about themselves or their exploits, on or off the field. Zach Thomas — a junior starting pitcher on the...

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Msgr. Jeremiah Timothy Murphy, Priest For More Than 50 Years, Dies At 79

Msgr. Jeremiah Timothy Murphy, a faithful servant of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles known for his love for the priesthood, rigorous intellectual life and unfailing work as a parish priest despite being confined to a wheelchair, died on March 1 surrounded by family and friends. He was 79 years...

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Archdiocese Of L.A. Elementary Students Invited To Take Part In Our Lady Of Fatima Art Contest

Students from grades 1 through 8 in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles are invited to participate in the Our Lady Fatima art contest in honor of the 100th anniversary of the apparition of the Blessed Mother at Fatima. The winner will receive a $100 cash prize. Students are invited to submit...

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Confession Times Offered For 24 Hours During Lent

The San Gabriel Pastoral Region is keeping the doors of three churches open for 24 hours and offering the Sacrament of Reconciliation from noon on Friday, March 24, until noon the following day, March 25. The clergy at these parishes are committing to the 24-hour confession hours as a sign of...

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LMU Philosophy Professor Appointed As Consultant To U.S. Bishops

A philosophy professor at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles will begin a two-year appointment as the main ethics consultant for the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. Beginning in March, Dr. Christopher Kaczor will lend his expertise in Catholic ethics and bioethics to the...

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Incarnation Church To Host ‘Liturgy In Shared Parish’ Workshop

On Saturday, March 25, the Office for Worship and Oregon Catholic Press (OCP) will present a workshop for local Catholics titled “A Culture of Encounter: Liturgy in a Shared Parish,” from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the parish community center at Incarnation Church in Glendale. The workshop will...

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West Hollywood Parish Mourns The Death Of Msgr. Jeremiah Murphy

Msgr. Jeremiah Murphy died on March 1 after serving the Archdiocese of Los Angeles for more than 50 years — forgoing retirement and continuing to work despite a debilitating disease. He was 79 years old. The community at St. Victor Church in West Hollywood, where Msgr. Murphy served as pastor...

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Holy-Wood: How One Priest Supports Films That ‘Promote Truth, Beauty And Goodness’

The path to priesthood doesn’t often include stops on the sets of soap operas. But for Father Don Woznicki, a stint as a production assistant for the NBC soap “Sunset Beach” in 1998 (the same year he entered the Mundelein Seminary to begin his formation as a priest) was a pivotal part of his...

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L.A.’s ‘Hardcourt Heroes’: From Catholic High School To The NBA

The name Jerry Grote may not ring a bell with today’s crop of Catholic high school basketball stars. But Grote — a 6-foot-4-inch guard who played at Cantwell High School in Montebello (now Cantwell Sacred Heart of Mary) and Loyola University in Westchester (now Loyola Marymount) — enjoys...