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Roger M. Mahony

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  • New sex abuse suit filed against Los Angeles Archdiocese

     
    A 27-year-old man filed a lawsuit against the Los Angeles Archdiocese this week charging that the church failed to protect him from sexual abuse by former priest Michael Baker, who has since pleaded guilty to criminal charges of molesting children.......
  • Judge plans to release Mahony's deposition in priest sex abuse case

     
    A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge signaled Thursday that she would approve the release of depositions by Cardinal Roger Mahony and other senior figures in the Los Angeles Archdiocese once the names of victims and others entitled to privacy......
  • New testimony sheds light on Mahony's role in notorious priest abuse case [Updated]

     
    Testimony by Cardinal Roger Mahony made public Tuesday gives the clearest account to date of how he handled the notorious case of Father Michael Baker, who is serving a 10-year prison term for sexually abusing children. Mahony has long said......
  • L.A. City Council votes to ban travel and future contracts with Arizona because of tough new immigration law

     
    The Los Angeles City Council, protesting Arizona’s crackdown on illegal immigration, on Wednesday voted to ban most city travel to Arizona and future contracts with companies in that state. During a morning-long debate on the resolution, council members...
  • Cardinal Mahony steps up attack on Arizona immigration crackdown

     
    Cardinal Roger Mahony, an outspoken critic of the Arizona crackdown on illegal immigrants, had a message for Arizona officials. "Thank you, Arizona," he said Saturday during a May Day rally in downtown Los Angeles. "Thank you, Arizona." Mahony has...
  • LAPD estimate crowd at immigrant rights rally is about half of what was expected [Updated]

     
    [Updated, 3 p.m.: Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck estimated that about 50,000 immigration rights activists participated in Saturday's May Day rally, about half of what police estimated earlier. Police had anticipated a larger crowd because of the...
  • Thousands gather for immigrant rights march in downtown L.A. [Updated]

     
    [Updated at 1 p.m.: Tens of thousands of immigrant rights demonstrators rallied in downtown Los Angeles and across the country Saturday to protest a tough new anti-illegal immigration law in Arizona and stalled legislative reforms in Congress. Los Angeles...
  • L.A. immigration rally expected to draw large crowd, cause traffic gridlock

     
    Demonstrators were beginning to trickle into downtown L.A. this morning for what is expected to be a large immigration right rally heightened by the crackdown on illegal immigration in Arizona. Immigrations rights organizers, politicians and union and...
  • Book review: 'Dreams & Schemes: My Decade of Fun in the Sun' by Steve Lopez

    Book review: 'Dreams & Schemes: My Decade of Fun in the Sun' by Steve Lopez
    Dreams & Schemes: My Decade of Fun in the Sun Steve Lopez Camino Books: 309 pp., $17.95 paper At most newspapers the first-person singular pronoun, like the nuclear football, is entrusted to one person at a time. Usually cityside columns go to native...
  • Dark charges from Mahony's inner circle

    Dark charges from Mahony's inner circle
    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...
  • Why a liberal Catholic is embarrassed

    In his recent L.A. Times article, "None So Blind," Jason Berry describes Chicago's Cardinal Francis George, who is about to assume leadership of the U.S. Council of Catholic Bishops, as arrogant and callous. But George's character and attitudes are not...