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  • Oscars 2012 Winners List — A Portrait of “The Artist” In Triumph

     
    Believe it or not, the 84th Annual Academy Awards wasn't all about whether J. Lo had a nip slip and just how much leg Angelina Jolie was going to show. They actually did hand out some Oscars. The Artist took home the big prize, winning Best Picture,...
  • Oscar predictions: What's going to win the short film races?

     
    The Envelope's Gold Standard tiptoes through the minefield that is the three shorts categories in its continued sweep through predicting the winners in all 24 Oscar categories....
  • FAQ about the Catholic Church

    How can the pope claim to be always right? He can't, and doesn't. As the head of the worldwide church, his opinions carry strong authority. But only when he delivers a pronouncement ex cathedra -- from the chair of Peter, believed to be the first pope --...
  • Religion Briefs

    St. Bede's Catholic Church At 1 p.m. May 22, the choirs of St. Bede the Venerable Church and East Los Angeles College, and Music Director Anthony Lupica, organists George Klump and Barbara Klump, pianist Lucy Nargizyan and the St. Bede Chamber Orchestra...
  • From The Back Pew: Welcoming the archbishop

    Last week I was honored and thrilled to attend the Mass of Reception for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles' Coadjutor Archbishop Jose H. Gomez. The Mass, attended by more than 4,000 people, was the "hottest Catholic ticket around," according to a friend and...
  • Heavenly artwork will grace cathedral

    Heavenly artwork will grace cathedral
    In the summer heat and the noise of a construction site, Renate Rohn paints the light of the Holy Spirit on an apostle's arm in the curved St. James Cathedral sanctuary ceiling. Her hair is damp and a fine sheen of perspiration coats her face as she...
  • Jacksonville selected to host 2011 international prayer event

     
    The International Board for the Global Day of Prayer has chosen Jacksonville-First Coast  to serve as the worldwide anchor city for the 2011 religious event.  The annual event will take place on Pentecost Sunday, June 12, 2011 at Jacksonville Munic...
  • Many remain hopeful after judge extends hold on his ruling overturning ban on gay marriage

     
    Several couples who gathered at the Los Angeles County registrar’s office in Norwalk on Thursday hoping to get married said they were disappointed but not discouraged after the judge who overturned California’s ban on gay marriage extended his hold...
  • Orlando church choir advances in national competition

     
            The Revelation Choir of Orlando has advanced to the regional final Sept. 11 in Jacksonville in their quest to be named “The Best Church Choir In America” as part of the Verizon Wireless “Ho...
  • Gift of Rococo painting to LACMA goes back to the future [Updated]

     
    Expectations were that a gift of an early 18th century French painting would be announced at the gala to celebrate the opening of the Lynda and Stewart Resnick Exhibition Pavilion at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art on Saturday......