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August 19, 2004 | Larry B. Stammer, Times Staff Writer
The Episcopal bishop of Los Angeles on Wednesday ordered priests and other clergy at two breakaway Southland parishes to cease all ministry after they declared that their parishes were leaving the national Episcopal Church. In a strongly worded pastoral letter to be read Sunday at all Episcopal parishes in the six-county Los Angeles Episcopal Diocese, the Rt. Rev. J.
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September 6, 2001 | KIMI YOSHINO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Some of Southern California's top religious leaders met Wednesday with Anaheim's police chief and city manager over a controversial policy that allows INS agents to question suspects detained in the city jail. The religious leaders issued a short statement after the unusual closed-door session saying that the conversation was "fruitful and informative" and that "mutual concerns of how to better serve our community were discussed."
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October 1, 2009 | Duke Helfand
A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge Wednesday ordered leaders of a former Episcopal church in La Crescenta by Oct. 12 to turn over church property to the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles, marking the latest wrinkle in a long-running legal dispute. St. Luke's Anglican Church and the diocese have been feuding since 2006, when a majority of the parish's congregants voted to pull out of the diocese and the 2.1-million-member Episcopal Church because of differences over biblical authority and interpretation, including the national church's decision to consecrate an openly gay bishop.
OPINION
September 11, 2004
Re "Push to Be Inclusive Creates a Divide," Sept. 5: The Episcopal bishop of Los Angeles, the Rt. Rev. J. Jon Bruno, believes in a religion of inclusion; he does not believe that Jesus is the only way to an afterlife. What then, is this faith that he is so adamantly defending and preserving? Faith in his own interpretations? Bruno's understanding of inclusion means denouncing the breakaway churches' interpretations as "literalistic and simplistic." Perhaps those churches were right.
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June 12, 2009 | Duke Helfand
The Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles has scored its second legal victory this year in a battle with conservative churches that have sought to take their property with them as they break away to affiliate with overseas Anglican leaders. A California appellate court this week affirmed a lower court ruling that said the property at St. Luke's Anglican Church in La Crescenta is held in trust for the diocese and the national Episcopal Church. St.
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May 7, 2013 | By Jill Cowan
An Anglican church campus in Newport Beach belongs to the larger Episcopal Church Diocese of Los Angeles, an  Orange County Superior Court  judge ruled last week. St. James Anglican Church members split from the Episcopal Church nine years ago after a fissure over the ordination of a gay bishop and other issues. The court order, which comes at what could be the end of a series of court battles over three church properties on 32nd Street, was reaffirmed Monday by Judge Kim G. Dunning.
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September 16, 2013 | By Hannah Fry
Parishioners from St. James Anglican Church in Newport Beach wiped tears from their eyes as they left the church after its final service, leaving a house of worship filled with memories. Jim Dale, 63, said he had been attending church at St. James since he was a boy. "Being in there today, all the memories came flooding back," he said after services Sunday. "There are so many memories: my Communion, meeting my wife, marrying my wife. "It all happened here," he added. Future St. James church services will be held at Mariners Christian School in Costa Mesa after an Orange County Superior Court judge in July granted property ownership rights to the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles.
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October 17, 2010 | By Valerie J. Nelson, Los Angeles Times
Raymond Taix, who owned one of the oldest restaurants in Los Angeles, the French establishment Taix that his family has run since 1927, has died. He was 85. Taix died Oct. 10 of leukemia at his Pasadena home, said his son, Michael. The restaurant owes its beginnings to an act of capriciousness at the height of Prohibition when Raymond was 2 years old. After his French-immigrant grandfather built a hotel in 1912 in a French enclave downtown, he leased space to a restaurant.
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December 13, 2005 | Larry B. Stammer, Times Staff Writer
In another setback for the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles, an Orange County Superior Court judge ruled Monday that two conservative breakaway parishes were the rightful owners of their church buildings and other property. The decision in favor of All Saints Church in Long Beach and St. David's Church in North Hollywood was not unexpected. Last August, the same judge, David C. Velasquez, handed down a similar ruling in favor of St. James Church in Newport Beach.
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July 4, 2007 | Rebecca Trounson, Times Staff Writer
The Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles is the rightful owner of the buildings and other property of a conservative La Crescenta congregation that broke away from the diocese last year, a Los Angeles Superior Court judge ruled Tuesday. The decision by Judge John Shepard Wiley Jr. against St. Luke's of the Mountains came more than a week after an appeals court panel in Orange County ruled in favor of the six-county Los Angeles Diocese in a similar property dispute with three other parishes.
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