Angelus News | March 29, 2019

Vol. 4 | No. 12

The brainchild of two American sisters and a French publisher, a new graphic novel tells the story of the Catholic faith in Los Angeles from its 18th-century beginnings until the present day. On page 10, Nicholas Wolfram Smith reports on how collaboration between the archdiocese’s legendary longtime archivist and the book’s editorial team gave birth to “Faith in the Southland.”

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