• Los Angeles archbishop sees ‘Latino moment’ in America

    Los Angeles archbishop sees ‘Latino moment’ in America

    • Sep 25, 2016

    Archbishop José Gómez of Los Angeles isn’t just any bishop, but one of the most influential prelates in the U.S. and, arguably, the world, seeing himself as a “bridge” between the Americans and a tribune for Hispanic/Latino issues in the States, especially immigration.

  • Will Pope Francis create a new American cardinal this time?

    Will Pope Francis create a new American cardinal this time?

    • Aug 21, 2016

    The number of cardinal-electors, meaning those eligible to vote for the next pope, is getting low enough that the time is drawing near for a new round of picks — and although an American seems plausible, under Pope Francis all bets are off in terms of where the cardinals might come from and who they might be.

  • Katy Perry allies with Los Angeles archdiocese over property sale

    • Jul 2, 2015

    God moves in mysterious ways — particularly when it comes to Los Angeles real estate. And few transactions have proved more mystifying of late than conflicting attempts by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles — and a group of nuns under its supervision — to sell an 8-acre hillside

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  • Photos of Our Lady of Guadalupe celebrations

    • Dec 12, 2014

    In 1531, Our Lady of Guadalupe appeared in a vision to the peasant Juan Diego, on Tepeyac Hill near Mexico City, and charged him with asking the bishop to build a church on that spot. In 2014, many believers make pilgrimages to honor Our Lady of Guadalupe. Look at all