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SoCal Catholics have an opportunity for pilgrimage in their own backyard

At the heart of pilgrimage is a longing that has fascinated and compelled the human spirit from time immemorial. And this ancient practice is experiencing a growing attraction and taking on new forms today. In fact, America has its own pilgrim way: the road connecting the California missions of St. Junípero Serra.
By Stephen J. Binz, Angelus News


Looking for a divine spark

By Heather King, Angelus News


19th Sunday in Ordinary Time: Our God is faithful

By Scott Hahn, Angelus News


In Nicaragua, police besiege a defiant bishop who calls out their 'chaos'

By Rhina Guidos, Catholic News Service


Be authentic, not self-centered, pope tells young people

By Junno Arocho Esteves, Catholic News Service


Knights honor family of year, present inaugural Blessed McGivney Medal

By Catholic News Service

Pope advances sainthood causes, including priest killed in Ukraine

By Junno Arocho Esteves, Catholic News Service

HHS proposal replaces medical ethics with transgender ideology, critics say

By Tom Tracy, Catholic News Service

'Life-affirming' care and the hardest of cases

By Charlie Camosy, The Pillar

How changing one law could protect kids from social media

By Yuval Levin, N.Y. Times [Paywall]

A first-class relic of St. Bernadette Soubirous, a fragment of her ribs encased in a reliquary, is visiting the Archdiocese of Los Angeles on the last leg of a nationwide tour. The community of St. Bernadette Parish in Baldwin Hills hosted a procession and welcome Mass of the relic of their patroness on Aug. 1. (Victor Alemán/Angelus News)

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