If you’re reading this, you’re doing so on the brand new AngelusNews.com.
Since The Tidings became Angelus three years ago, we’ve created a multimedia news platform that provides smart analysis of the events and trends shaping the Church and our society, reflections and advice from some of the best spiritual writers on prayer and Catholic living, and quality local journalism covering the Catholic experience in Los Angeles.
Our weekly magazine, our award-winning daily email newsletter Always Forward, and our website, AngelusNews.com, are all a part of our mission to help form and inform engaged Catholics in today’s world.
And now, we’ve taken the next step: the same Angelus, but presented in its digital format with an updated look and some new features we hope you, the reader, will enjoy and benefit from.
For a whole year, we’ve worked on rethinking and redesigning this site while listening to feedback — positive, negative, and everything in between — from our digital audience. And so, many of the improvements to AngelusNews.com are thanks to feedback offered by readers.
The site has also been redesigned to offer photo and video galleries capturing moments from events and stories from around the archdiocese, which you can view in the new Photo & Video page.
These and several other new features are all designed to ultimately help you, the Angelus reader, live your faith in your families and communities and better understand our times with the eyes of faith. This is Archbishop Gomez’s courageous vision for Catholic journalism here in LA, and it’s a vision that depends on your support in order to continue.
That’s why, if you haven’t already, please consider subscribing to Angelus, which is still being offered at the bargain price of $9.95 for a full year. That’s easy to do on this new site, as is renewing your subscription, donating to Angelus, signing up for Always Forward, or giving an Angelus subscription as a gift to your loved ones.
Redesigning this site has been a long, intense effort. During this past year, there are two people who have been instrumental in that effort: Angelus Multimedia Editor Tamara Long-García and the Archdiocese of Los Angeles’ Chief Digital Officer Sarah Yaklic, both of whom have poured their talents, time, and energy into making sure the new AngelusNews.com is the best Catholic diocesan news site in the country.
We hope you like it.