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LA’s ministry for sailors eyes a comeback amid pandemic, port back-up

For years, maritime crews streaming into the Stella Maris Crew Center and Chapel were greeted by a sign depicting the Virgin Mary, proclaiming “Mass — Quiet Time — Relax/Free: Wi-Fi, Coffee and Cookies.” Now the sign beckoning a safe harbor for thousands of global sailors and hospitality workers sits behind locked doors at the Port of Los Angeles World Cruise Center in San Pedro.
Read more from Dana Bartholomew, Angelus News


As nuns depart, locals hope to keep iconic Hollywood monastery open

By Ann Rodgers, Angelus News


The full guide to Simbang Gabi 2021 in LA

By Angelus News


Attack causes of migration, not those forced to flee, pope says on Lesbos

By Cindy Wooden, Catholic News Service


Pope tells reporters Paris archbishop was hounded out by gossip

By Cindy Wooden, Catholic News Service


Don’t denigrate adoption to defend Roe

By David French, The Dispatch

Teacher fired by Catholic school wins appeal to continue lawsuit

By Carol Zimmermann, Catholic News Service

U.S. Catholic bishops encourage government search for boarding school graves

By Brad Brooks, Reuters/WTVB

5 small Catholic businesses to help you finish your Christmas shopping

By Catholic News Agency

Pope asks pardon for sins that drove Catholic, Orthodox apart

By Cindy Wooden, Catholic News Service

The Parthenon is illuminated during sunset in Athens, Greece, Dec. 5, 2021, near the conclusion of Pope Francis' five-day visit to Greece and Cyprus. Pope Francis returned to the Vatican Dec. 6. Read more from Cindy Wooden, Catholic News Service (CNS photo/Guglielmo Mangiapane, Reuters)

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