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Just this once, Republicans in Illinois' heavily Democratic 2nd Congressional District have some real power. But will they use it? Voters in the South Side and south suburban district will go the polls Tuesday for the special primary election...
Nothing distinguished the papacy of Pope Benedict XVI so much as the way in which he is leaving. We should be grateful that he realizes his body is failing him — most people in power do not — and is abdicating. But let's not forget that it...
Do we have a little spat going on now at the Archdiocese of Los Angeles? Archbishop Jose Gomez and Cardinal Roger M. Mahony seemed to be going at each other in recent days over the molestation scandal that just won't die, thanks to Mahony's years-long...
Every time we learn something new about the molestation scandal in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, it becomes more obvious why Cardinal Roger M. Mahony and his minions have fought so tenaciously to keep things under wraps. Not to protect the privacy...
Been to a concert at the Wiltern? Toured downtown's movie palaces? Love the Central Library? You can thank the Los Angeles Conservancy that they're still here. And for 20 of the conservancy's 34 years, Linda Dishman has been its executive director,...
Los Angeles, I've always got your back, don't I? So here's how I see this election going down for us: Say that Hillary Clinton does get the Democratic nomination -- and, with the Iraq war stalling and the economy free falling, she wins the election....
When Sen. Edward M. Kennedy is laid to rest in Arlington National Cemetery today, America will bury its most famous Catholic politician and its most visible link to the bonds of identity and solidarity that have for so long joined Catholics to the...
The late C. Wright Mills had a certain segment of America's Cold War foreign policy establishment in mind when he coined the description "crackpot realism." He might just as well have had in mind the outlooks of those performing the seemingly endless...
What would you do to move to another country? Most of us wouldn't do anything, because we don't want to leave. And most of those who profess a desire to emigrate, like Alec Baldwin, eventually conclude they can stand it here after all. But even if I...
If you've got rosary beads handy, please say a prayer for the leader of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. Last week was not a good one for Cardinal Roger Mahony, and there may be no letup in weeks to come if a certain monsignor continues to testify in a...
L.A. NOWCardinal Roger M. Mahony praised outgoing Pope Benedict XVI for his legacy of spreading Catholicism throughout the world and said he looks forward to traveling to Rome to help elect his successor....
L.A. NOWAs surprise washed over Catholic parishioners Monday after the resignation announcement by Pope Benedict XVI, retired nun Mary Dispenza was left saddened that Cardinal Roger M. Mahony will have a hand in picking the pontiff's successor. Mahony, who was...
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