January 6, 1986
The Archdiocese of Los Angeles celebrated the city's large ethnic community in a special Migrant's Day Mass at St. Vibiana's Church. A procession of three dozen clergymen, including Archbishop Roger Mahony, greeted hundreds of immigrants, many dressed in the traditional garb of their homelands. The Mass in the Skid Row cathedral celebrated the annual Catholic Feast of the Epiphany and began the church-sponsored national Migration Week.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 11, 1989
The editorial and Archbishop Roger Mahony's statement ("Mahony Assails Polish Prelate on Attacking Jews," Metro, Aug. 31) are refreshing counterpoints to the outrageous statements of Cardinal Glemp. Too often we are quick to condemn words of divisiveness, but slow to praise words of healing. Both The Times and Archbishop Mahony are to be commended for quickly repudiating words of provocation and replacing them with words of reconciliation. RONALD LEVINE Reseda
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 11, 1989
The expenditure of $395,000 to buy a jet helicopter for the personal use of Archbishop Roger Mahony is sacrilegious, regardless of whether the money was donated ("Gift of Helicopter Will Keep Archbishop Mahony Above the Fray," Metro, Feb. 26). I am a Catholic who attends church weekly. In view of the fact that we are asked almost every week to contribute to the needs of the church--including the missions, the poor, the homeless, the schools, the stewardship and the Christmas decorating fund--his actions are wasteful, to say the least.
December 13, 1985 |
Archbishop Roger Mahony announced Thursday that he has picked a Northern California business executive to head the financial operations of the Los Angeles Roman Catholic Archdiocese, the first time the job has not been assigned to a priest. Following the recommendation of a blue-ribbon search committee, the archbishop named Jose A.