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  • Argentine community sees Pope Francis as 'point of pride'

     
    The Argentine community in the Glendale area is celebrating Pope Francis, the first Roman Catholic pope from their home county. Pope Francis was selected Wednesday to head the church, something that wasn’t lost on the local immigrant community, even...
  • Vatican conclave 2013 elects new pope

     
    Steeped in tradition and pageantry, the ceremonies that will produce a new pope officially began Tuesday morning when 115 Roman Catholic cardinals celebrated Mass in the majestic St. Peter’s Basilica....
  • New pope: Los Angeles faithful eagerly await word

     
    As white smoke poured out of the Sistine Chapel Wednesday morning, Catholics in Southern California were pleased to hear they had a new pontiff....
  • Cardinal Mahony tweets request for prayers before papal conclave

     
    Integrating 21st century technology into a nearly 2,000-year tradition, Los Angeles Cardinal Roger Mahony took to Twitter and his blog Tuesday to ask for prayers as he and 114 other cardinals begin the selection of the next pope. “Last tweet......
  • Despite criticism, Mahony should help select pope, says cardinal

     
    A top U.S. cardinal on Monday said Los Angeles Cardinal Roger Mahony should help select a new pope despite new revelations about his handling of priest abuse cases. Cardinal William Levada spoke about Mahony and the historic events at the......
  • Top cardinal defends Mahony on abuse scandal, takes on critics

     
    A top U.S. cardinal came to the defense of Los Angeles Cardinal Roger Mahony, saying some priest abuse victims groups who have criticized Mahony may never be satisfied with the church's response to the crisis. Cardinal William Levada on Monday......
  • Pope admits 'sadness in my heart' over latest papal scandal

     
    For the first time since his butler was arrested for allegedly stealing papal correspondence, Pope Benedict XVI on Wednesday publicly discussed the scandal churning inside the Vatican, admitting “sadness in my heart” while charging the media...
  • Crystal Cathedral member files $30-billion claim over church sale

     
    A longtime Crystal Cathedral congregant has filed a claim of more than $30 billion in bankruptcy court alleging that his religious and civil rights have been violated as a result of the sale of the Garden Grove campus to the......
  • Pope Benedict XVI to attend two classical concerts in weeks ahead

    Pope Benedict XVI to attend two classical concerts in weeks ahead
    Pope Benedict XVI has long been a classical music fan and in the next few weeks, he will take time out from his schedule to attend two classical concerts. Riccardo Muti is set to lead a concert at the Vatican this week for the pope in honor of the...
  • Israeli Holocaust museum changes exhibit featuring Pope Pius XII

    Israeli Holocaust museum changes exhibit featuring Pope Pius XII
    A Holocaust museum in Israel has slightly softened its rhetoric regarding the inaction of Pope Pius XII in the face of the deportation of Jews during World War II. Yad Vashem -- the cultural center for Holocaust studies in Jerusalem -- changed the wording...
  • Vatican reports worst deficit in years: $18.4 million

    Vatican reports worst deficit in years: $18.4 million
    The effects of the euro zone debt crisis has reached into some of the holiest of halls, pushing the Vatican into one of its worst budget deficits in years. The Holy See on Thursday reported a shortfall of 14.9 million euros, or $18.4 million. “The...