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LA Catholics bring eucharistic zeal to streets of San Gabriel

More than 1,000 Catholics carried flags, rosaries, and an abundance of spirit for the 6-mile eucharistic procession through the streets of San Gabriel and Temple City.
By Natalie Romano, Angelus News


Nashville diocese calls mass school shooting 'sad, shocking,' urges prayers

By OSV News


Archbishop Cordileone responds to Nancy Pelosi remarks on abortion

By Kate Scanlon, OSV News


California, New York dioceses' bankruptcies reveal tension between civil, canon law

By Gina Christian, OSV News


Suspect in slaying of Jesuits in Mexico found executed

By David Agren, OSV News


Framing the debate over sex abuse and the seal of the confessional

By John L. Allen Jr., Crux

‘Aiming at human flourishing’ - Catholic teacher credentialing program has lofty goals

By Michelle La Rosa, The Pillar

Guam Archbishop Michael J. Byrnes steps down for medical reasons

By Hannah Brockhaus, Catholic News Agency

Catholic University of America professor pushes back against ‘reparative therapy’ studies

By Joan Frawley Desmond, National Catholic Register

Church leaders welcome move on Russian war crimes, decry abduction of children in Ukraine

By Jonathan Luxmoore, OSV News
Hundreds of parishioners walk with Los Angeles Archbishop José H. Gomez and the Blessed Sacrament during the 6-mile eucharistic procession that went from Mission San Gabriel Arcángel to St. Luke the Evangelist Church in Temple City, then back to the mission March 25. Read more from Natalie Romano, Angelus News (Victor Alemán/Angelus News)
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