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  • Retirado proyecto que viola secreto de confesión
    July 17, 2019  |  Archbishop Gomez, In The News  |  

    (Los Angeles) Como resultado de una Campaña de base organizada por los católicos del Estado, el proyecto de ley de California, que habría obligado a los sacerdotes a romper el secreto de confesión sacramental, fue archivado.

  • Holy Family School’s Core Curriculum
    July 17, 2019  |  In The News  |  

    The curriculum of Holy Family School is designed to educate the whole child and provide a solid foundation for higher Catholic education. It facilitates the child’s development by emphasizing six important aspects.

  • The Blessings of ‘Ordinary’ Children
    July 16, 2019  |  In The News  |  

    “In its most profound reality, love is essentially a gift; and conjugal love, while leading the spouses to the reciprocal “knowledge” which makes them “one flesh,” does not end with the couple, because it makes them capable of the greatest possible gift, the gift by which they become cooperators with God for giving life to a new human person. Thus the couple, while giving themselves to one another, give not just themselves but also the reality of children, who are a living reflection of their love, a permanent sign of conjugal unity and a living and inseparable synthesis of their being a father and a mother.”

    July 16, 2019  |  In The News  |  

    A two-year program created to develop Catholic leaders within the professional world is expanding beyond the Diocese of Phoenix in a move that reflects the success and popularity of the still relatively young initiative.

  • Iglesias ofrecen sesiones informativas para indocumentados
    July 16, 2019  |  In The News  |  

    La Arquidiócesis de Los Ángeles ha puesto en marcha un plan de orientación para inmigrantes indocumentados que tengan dudas sobre las leyes migratorias o casos personales.

    July 16, 2019  |  In The News  |  

    La Oficina de Educación Religiosa, ahora a cargo de la Hermana Rosalía Meza, impulsará la evangelización, la pastoral juvenil y el liderazgo de las mujeres

  • Arzobispo de Los Ángeles dirige peregrinación a Basílica de Guadalupe en México
    July 15, 2019  |  In The News  |  

    El Arzobispo de Los Ángeles, Estados Unidos, Mons. José Gómez, presidió una Eucaristía solemne en la Basílica de Guadalupe en Ciudad de México, como parte de la peregrinación anual de su Arquidiócesis al Santuario Mariano. En su homilía, el prelado invocó la protección maternal de la Santísima Virgen sobre los más vulnerables, especialmente los más necesitados y los niños por nacer.

  • Bless me Father for I have sinned
    July 12, 2019  |  In The News  |  

    This week, we’re talking about the sacrament of Confession. We’ll tell the story of St. John Vianney, whose devotion to this sacrament brought thousands of people back to the Church in the 19th century— and whose incorrupt heart recently completed a 7,500 mile journey around the United States. We’ll answer some common questions and misconceptions about confession. And we’ll detail a California bill, which was withdrawn this week,

  • Workshops to help parishioners tackle issue of homelessness in the community
    July 5, 2019  |  In The News  |  

    The issue of homelessness has been front and center in the news for many months as local government agencies and community advocacy groups have grappled with how to best provide services to the destitute. With recent changes, there is an unprecedented opportunity for local Catholics who seek to more fully live their faith and incorporate the principles of Catholic social teaching into their lives to get involved.

  • ‘Migrants Are Persons Like Us’: Border Bishops Offer Prayers After Deaths
    July 3, 2019  |  Archbishop Gomez, In The News  |  

    Catholic bishops from both sides of the border near McAllen, Texas, issued a joint statement expressing condolences to the families of migrant children and parents who recently drowned trying to cross the river into the United States.