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February 13, 2001 | MATEA GOLD and LARRY B. STAMMER, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Cardinal Roger M. Mahony and former Assembly Speaker Antonio Villaraigosa said Monday that they regretted writing letters in support of a Los Angeles cocaine dealer whose sentence was commuted on President Clinton's last day in office. Clinton's commutation of Carlos Vignali's 15-year federal prison sentence for his role in a multi-state cocaine ring was detailed Sunday in The Times.
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April 1, 2001 | LARRY B. STAMMER, TIMES RELIGION WRITER
Reaching across religious and cultural lines, a Greek Orthodox archbishop, a Roman Catholic cardinal and Protestant and Jewish leaders on Saturday celebrated a revitalized neighborhood near downtown Los Angeles as a showcase of civic cooperation in the midst of diversity. Officially, the gathering was to honor Archbishop Demetrios, head of the Greek Orthodox Church in the United States, on his first official pastoral visit to Southern California.
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December 11, 1993 | DIANNE KLEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Cardinal Roger M. Mahony told the Los Angeles County Human Relations Commission on Friday that recent proposals to curb illegal immigration amount to "social sin" that would institutionalize evil. Mahony, sharpening his previous public remarks in defense of immigrants, was the first of 12 speakers to address the commission, which will advise the Board of Supervisors about the effects of immigration policies on Los Angeles County.
NEWS
February 13, 2001 | MATEA GOLD and LARRY B. STAMMER, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Cardinal Roger M. Mahony and former Assembly Speaker Antonio Villaraigosa said Monday that they regretted writing letters in support of a Los Angeles cocaine dealer whose sentence was commuted on President Clinton's last day in office. Clinton's commutation of Carlos Vignali's 15-year federal prison sentence for his role in a multi-state cocaine ring was detailed Sunday in The Times.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 20, 1997 | LARRY B. STAMMER, TIMES RELIGION WRITER
Cardinal Roger M. Mahony, monks from Italy and as many as 12,000 onlookers will consecrate the site Sunday of the new $50-million Roman Catholic cathedral in downtown Los Angeles. "It really will be historic," said Father Gregory Coiro, Mahony's spokesman. "Can you imagine if you had been at the ground blessing for Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris or St. Patrick's in New York, or any of the great cathedrals of the world? This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity."
NEWS
September 6, 1991 | SHARON BERNSTEIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Cardinal Roger M. Mahony, angered at KCET Channel 28's refusal to pull a controversial film on the church's response to AIDS, Thursday called on Southern Californians to consider withholding contributions to the public television station. While Mahony accused the station of surrendering to "blackmail" by gay advocates, KCET officials vowed to air the program as scheduled tonight at 10:30.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 1, 2001 | LARRY B. STAMMER, TIMES RELIGION WRITER
Reaching across religious and cultural lines, a Greek Orthodox archbishop, a Roman Catholic cardinal and Protestant and Jewish leaders on Saturday celebrated a revitalized neighborhood near downtown Los Angeles as a showcase of civic cooperation in the midst of diversity. Officially, the gathering was to honor Archbishop Demetrios, head of the Greek Orthodox Church in the United States, on his first official pastoral visit to Southern California.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 9, 1993 | LARRY B. STAMMER, TIMES RELIGION WRITER
Warning that suspicion, fear and hatred of immigrants is on the rise, Cardinal Roger M. Mahony has issued a stinging indictment charging political leaders, segments of the media and members of the public with exploiting selfishness and racism. In a sermon prepared for delivery today at the Los Angeles Roman Catholic Archdiocese's annual multiethnic Mass at St.
NEWS
November 28, 1999 | JIM NEWTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When Los Angeles' planned Disney Concert Hall seemed doomed, Eli Broad rounded up his friends, extracted millions of their dollars, and put the fund-raising and construction program back on track. When City Hall craved a national affirmation of Los Angeles' recovery, Broad, grocery magnate Ronald Burkle, Hollywood financier David Geffen and lawyer Bill Wardlaw got it the Democratic National Convention.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 25, 1998 | K. CONNIE KANG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Times story about Dong-Uk Kim, a 10-year-old South Korean boy who came to Los Angeles two weeks ago seeking treatment for a rare childhood cancer, has elicited an outpouring of love and concern. On Wednesday, Cardinal Roger M. Mahony made a quiet visit to the family's quarters near Childrens Hospital Los Angeles and prayed for them. "The cardinal put his hands on my brother's and my head and blessed us," said Dong-Uk's older brother, Gue-Dong, 12.
NEWS
November 28, 1999 | JIM NEWTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When Los Angeles' planned Disney Concert Hall seemed doomed, Eli Broad rounded up his friends, extracted millions of their dollars, and put the fund-raising and construction program back on track. When City Hall craved a national affirmation of Los Angeles' recovery, Broad, grocery magnate Ronald Burkle, Hollywood financier David Geffen and lawyer Bill Wardlaw got it the Democratic National Convention.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 25, 1998 | K. CONNIE KANG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Times story about Dong-Uk Kim, a 10-year-old South Korean boy who came to Los Angeles two weeks ago seeking treatment for a rare childhood cancer, has elicited an outpouring of love and concern. On Wednesday, Cardinal Roger M. Mahony made a quiet visit to the family's quarters near Childrens Hospital Los Angeles and prayed for them. "The cardinal put his hands on my brother's and my head and blessed us," said Dong-Uk's older brother, Gue-Dong, 12.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 20, 1997 | LARRY B. STAMMER, TIMES RELIGION WRITER
Cardinal Roger M. Mahony, monks from Italy and as many as 12,000 onlookers will consecrate the site Sunday of the new $50-million Roman Catholic cathedral in downtown Los Angeles. "It really will be historic," said Father Gregory Coiro, Mahony's spokesman. "Can you imagine if you had been at the ground blessing for Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris or St. Patrick's in New York, or any of the great cathedrals of the world? This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 11, 1993 | DIANNE KLEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Cardinal Roger M. Mahony told the Los Angeles County Human Relations Commission on Friday that recent proposals to curb illegal immigration amount to "social sin" that would institutionalize evil. Mahony, sharpening his previous public remarks in defense of immigrants, was the first of 12 speakers to address the commission, which will advise the Board of Supervisors about the effects of immigration policies on Los Angeles County.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 9, 1993 | LARRY B. STAMMER, TIMES RELIGION WRITER
Warning that suspicion, fear and hatred of immigrants is on the rise, Cardinal Roger M. Mahony has issued a stinging indictment charging political leaders, segments of the media and members of the public with exploiting selfishness and racism. In a sermon prepared for delivery today at the Los Angeles Roman Catholic Archdiocese's annual multiethnic Mass at St.
NEWS
September 6, 1991 | SHARON BERNSTEIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Cardinal Roger M. Mahony, angered at KCET Channel 28's refusal to pull a controversial film on the church's response to AIDS, Thursday called on Southern Californians to consider withholding contributions to the public television station. While Mahony accused the station of surrendering to "blackmail" by gay advocates, KCET officials vowed to air the program as scheduled tonight at 10:30.
BUSINESS
September 16, 1990
Regarding your article "They Like Mike" (Sept. 11) on the letters of support for Michael Milken, Milken has pleaded guilty to stealing enough money to live comfortably after paying $600 million in fines and giving many other millions of stolen dollars to charity. His sale of junk bonds has been instrumental in the failure of countless businesses, careers and lives. He has been deeply implicated in the theft of more than $1,000 from every man, woman and child in this country through his involvement in the S&L debacle.
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