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Roman Catholicism

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  • Honoring the Virgin of Guadalupe

     
    Scores of Catholics of Mexican and Central American descent crowd into La Placita Church in downtown Los Angeles for one of several Masses held in conjunction with El Dia De La Virgen De Guadalupe....
  • One-word change to draft Egypt constitution stirs controversy

    One-word change to draft Egypt constitution stirs controversy
    CAIRO -- What’s in a word? A lot, if it’s a last-minute change to the draft of Egypt’s new constitution. Two members of the panel appointed by the government to rewrite the national charter said an alteration was made after the final...
  • Are Catholic hospitals bad for women's health? ACLU says yes.

    Are Catholic hospitals bad for women's health? ACLU says yes.
    A word of caution: If you are a woman of child-bearing age, Catholic hospitals may be hazardous to your health. Why? Because Catholic-affiliated hospitals, which now account for one of every nine acute-care hospital beds in the country, aren&...
  • 'The Butler' at the academy: Freedom Riders, palpable pain

    'The Butler' at the academy: Freedom Riders, palpable pain
    "Lee Daniels' The Butler" opened in mid-August, and, in the ensuing months, its namesake director has participated in countless Q&As and receptions both to promote the movie and to keep it alive in the Oscar conversation. But Daniels had never been...
  • Bakersfield, Loomis Del Oro clash Friday in a CIF championship game

     Bakersfield, Loomis Del Oro clash Friday in a CIF championship game
    CIF state championship bowl games Friday at StubHub Center Division IV Bakersfield Christian (12-2) vs. Modesto Central Catholic (14-1), 4 p.m. (Time Warner Cable Channel 101): Central Catholic is trying for its second consecutive Division IV bowl...
  • Football: Bakersfield Christian 14, Central Catholic 10

    Quarterback Brandon Jones has thrown a five-yard touchdown pass to Hayden Kuchta and run for a two-yard score to give Bakersfield Christian a 14-10 lead over Modesto Central Catholic through one quarter of play in the CIF state Division IV championship...
  • Football: Central Catholic up 15-14 at halftime

    Modesto Central Catholic has capitalized on several miscues by Bakersfield Christian and leads 15-14 at halftime of the CIF state Division IV championship bowl game at StubHub Center in Carson. The Raiders' only touchdown came on a fumble return...
  • Football: Central Catholic 22, Bakersfield Christian 17

    Modesto Central Catholic is 12 minutes away from repeating as the CIF state Division IV bowl champion. The Raiders lead Bakersfield Christian 22-17 through three quarters at StubHub Center in Carson. Montell Bland dragged several defenders with him into...
  • Football: Central Catholic repeats as state bowl champion

    Modesto Central Catholic has won its second straight CIF state Division IV championship bowl game, beating Bakersfield Christian 36-23 at StubHub Center in Carson. Montell Bland ran for 103 yards and two touchdowns and brother Reggie Bland added 88...
  • Spanish government moves to restrict access to abortion

    Spanish government moves to restrict access to abortion
    MADRID -- In a move denounced by abortion-rights advocates, Spain's conservative government Friday approved an abortion bill that would outlaw the procedure except in cases of rape, "lasting harm" to the health of the mother or fetal deformities...
  • Homeless during the holidays

    Homeless during the holidays
    Recently, in my old hometown in Montana, a man died of exposure. According to news reports, he was a Wal-Mart employee in the town of Miles City, homeless and living in his car when the weather plunged to 27 degrees below zero. We tend to shrug off...