Copy

Hello, today is Tuesday, September 6, 2022

FEATURED


LA’s Catholic prison ministry is forging new communities after the pandemic

They are known as chaplains. Some visit inmates in jails and prisons, while others dedicate their time to ministering to the relatives they’ve left behind. Still others offer what the program calls “help, hope, and healing” to those affected by crime.
By Tom Hoffarth, Angelus News

LA CATHOLICS


A ministry that’s more than words

By Tom Hoffarth, Angelus News

VOICES


The Psalms: Fit for a king

By Scott Hahn, Angelus News

WORLD


Cardinal congratulates new U.K. prime minister, urges focus on poor

By Simon Caldwell, Catholic News Service

VATICAN


Zero tolerance for priests guilty of abuse, pope says in interview

By Carol Glatz, Catholic News Service

WHAT WE'RE READING TODAY


LA archbishop leads 66th anniv celebration of Pampanga patroness’ canonical coronation

By CBCP News
 

Blessed John Paul I, 'the smiling pope,' showed God's goodness, pope says

By Carol Glatz, Catholic News Service
 

This Muslim NBA vet is marching for persecuted Christians

By Joe Bukuras, Catholic News Agency
 

Pope issues new constitution, code for the Order of Malta

By Carol Glatz, Catholic News Service
 

A less charitable world

By James Piereson and Naomi Schaefer Riley, City Journal

Kazakh artist Dosbol Kasymov works on the icon “Mother of the Great Steppe” in advance of Pope Francis’ Sept. 13-15 trip to Kazakhstan. Read more from Hannah Brockhaus, Catholic News Agency (Alexey Gotovsky/CNA)

Angelus News
Facebook
Twitter
Instagram
Email






This email was sent to <<Email Address>>
why did I get this?    unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences
Angelus News · 3424 Wilshire Blvd · 4th Flr · Los Angeles, CA 90010 · USA