Virgin Mary Statue Beheaded At Chino Catholic ChurchA vandal appears to be targeting Catholic churches in Pomona Valley, with the most recent attack on a beloved statue at a Chino church.
Pope Francis Accepts Resignation Of LA Bishop Accused Of Misconduct With A MinorBishop Alexander Salazar, 69, is leaving for an early retirement, but had been under review for a past accusation of misconduct before he was ordained as a bishop. The L.A. Archdiocese says that allegation involved a minor and was investigated in 2002, but was never charged.
Nancy Pelosi Joins Catholic 'Nuns On The Bus' For 'Tax Justice Truth Tour' En Route To Trump's Mar-a-LagoCatholic nuns have joined forces with leading figures of the Democratic Party to call out what they see as the GOP's abdication of their duty to the American people.
'Predator Priest' Sent to LAA sexual abuse scandal and cover up that lasted decades is rocking the Catholic Church back East tonight.
Catholic School Counselor May Lose Job Over Her Same-Sex MarriageAn Indiana catholic school guidance counselor may lose her job of 15 years after officials learned she was married to another woman.
Cardinal Law, Reputation Tarnished By His Role In Church Child-Sex Scandal, Dies At 86"To all those who have suffered from my shortcomings and mistakes, I both apologize and from them beg forgiveness," Law said in stepping down in 2002.
Bannon On '60 Minutes:' Catholic Church Needs 'Unlimited Illegal Immigration'In an interview with CBS News' "60 Minutes", Bannon criticized President Trump's decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
Pope's Apology Doesn't Change Opinions On Canonization Of 18th-Century Missionary Junipero SerraPope Francis' apology for the Roman Catholic Church's crimes against indigenous peoples has not softened opposition among some California Native Americans to his decision to canonize 18th-century Franciscan missionary Junipero Serra.
Catholic Church Helps Defeat 'Death With Dignity' Proposal In Calif. SenateThe Catholic Church, often out of step with California's liberal Legislature, notched a prominent win at the statehouse this week defeating a proposal to allow terminally ill patients to legally end their lives.
Historian Weighs In On Pope's Surprise Decision To Canonize A Controversial Californian FriarHistorian Weighs In Pope's Surprise Decision To Canonize A Controversial California Friar
Accuser Infuriated By Monsignor's Exoneration By Catholic ChurchA man who accused a high-ranking Roman Catholic monsignor in Los Angeles of molestation said Wednesday he is furious that an internal Vatican tribunal recently exonerated the priest.
Man Caught On Camera Vandalizing NoHo Catholic ChurchLos Angeles police are looking for a man who vandalized a Catholic church in North Hollywood.
Pope Francis Orders Survey Of Catholics On Hot-Button Social IssuesU.S. bishops are among those the pope is asking to find out from their parishioners how they feel about abortion, same-sex marriage, divorce and birth control.
Local Military Family Says Government Shutdown Is Threatening To Cancel Daughter's BaptismA local military family says the government shutdown is threatening to cancel their daughter's baptism.
Board Reinstates $10,000 Reward For Witnesses In Catholic Church Arson CaseA $10,000 reward to pay witnesses who helped convict a man for setting a fire that destroyed a Catholic church in Hacienda Heights has been reinstated by the Board of Supervisors.