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  • Advent: From Nazareth to Bethlehem
    November 23, 2022  |  The Latest  |  

    The Servant of God Catherine de Hueck Doherty was a pioneering figure in the Catholic social justice movement, along with her friend Dorothy Day of the Catholic Worker.

  • Born to make a difference
    November 1, 2022  |  The Latest  |  

    Several years ago, a journalist coined an expression. It occurred to him, he said, that there are two kinds of virtues: résumé virtues and eulogy virtues.

  • Why the saints can do great things
    October 12, 2022  |  The Latest  |  

    In September, we celebrated two important events in the life of the family of God here in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.

  • Why read the Catechism?
    September 21, 2022  |  The Latest  |  

    Thirty years ago, on Oct. 11, 1992, the Catechism of the Catholic Church was published.

  • Education and evangelization
    August 31, 2022  |  The Latest  |  

    We’re back to school.

    Catholic elementary schools and high schools all over the Archdiocese of Los Angeles started classes recently, and religious education programs are gearing up again in our parishes following the summer break.

  • Jesus, who is here
    August 17, 2022  |  The Latest  |  

    One of our newest saints is St. Charles de Foucauld. He has one of the great conversion stories in the 20th century, like the prodigal son.

  • For a grateful heart
    August 10, 2022  |  The Latest  |  

    On Aug. 15, I will celebrate the anniversary of my ordination to the priesthood.

  • The eucharistic revival begins
    July 27, 2022  |  The Latest  |  

    In a Mass and procession celebrated last month at the cathedral on the feast of Corpus Christi, we launched the National Eucharistic Revival, an initiative of the U.S. Catholic bishops. This revival will go on for the next two years, closing with a National Eucharistic Congress in Indianapolis, in July 2024.

  • He calls, we answer
    July 13, 2022  |  The Latest  |  

    When we read the Gospels every day, we start to notice a pattern. Jesus is on a journey, and as he goes, he is encountering different people along the way. Often, as he is passing by, he sees someone and invites that person to go with him.

  • Proclaiming our anthropology
    June 22, 2022  |  The Latest  |  

    The Catholic novelist Walker Percy once said: “Everyone has an anthropology. There is no not having one. If a man says he does not, all he is saying is that his anthropology is implicitly a set of assumptions he has not thought to call into question.”