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Vatican News

Impressions of Pope Francis's first steps on Polish soil

(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis has arrived in Poland at the start of a five-day apostolic journey.

It’s his 15th pastoral visit abroad and features many highlights including participation in the 31st World Youth Day taking place in Krakow, where he will lead a ‘Via Crucis’,celebrate the closing Mass and meet with some of the tens of thousands of young people from across the globe in various occasions.

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Pope urges Polish leaders to welcome migrants fleeing conflicts

(Vatican Radio) During the first official event of his five day visit to Poland, Pope Francis urged the country’s political leaders to welcome migrants fleeing from wars and hunger, while at the same time protecting human life from conception until natural death.

The Pope’s words came as he met with the nation’s president, prime minister and other political leaders in the courtyard of Krakow’s historic Wawel Castle complex.

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Pope: World is at war but it’s not a war of religions but for power

(Vatican Radio)  Referring to recent acts of violence including the killing of a priest in France, Pope Francis said on Wednesday that the world is at war but stressed “it is not a war of religions but for power.

"There is one word I wish to say to clarify." "When I speak about "war" I'm speaking about a war for real, not a "war of religions." It is," he continued, “a war about (economic) interests, money, natural resources and the domination of peoples." All religions, he said, "desire peace. Other people want war." Right!" The Pope was speaking to journalists accompanying him on the plane from Rome to Krakow in Poland.  

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Back-to-School Supply Drive~August 6 & 7

The Loaves & Fishes Back-to-School Supply drive will be held on August 6th & 7th following all Masses. 

Starting the school year with new school supplies is a confidence booster.  Many children from low-income families will have to do without.  We are helping by collecting new backpacks and supplies for these kids to start the school year right. Donations will go to low-income and/or homeless families. Read More

Virtus Training at St. Judes

The Protecting God’s Children Certification sessions and Keeping the Promise Alive Recertification will be offered in August. They will not be offered again until November here at St. Judes. Click here for dates and registration details

Holy Year of Mercy Resources

Pope Francis invites us to think about mercy anew as the "act by which God comes to meet us" but also mercy as the "fundamental law that dwells in the heart of every person who looks sincerely into the eyes of his brothers and sisters on the path of life"..   Read More

Monitor the Online Footprint of Your Student-A FREE Tool

Footprint Friday: A Free Tool to Monitor the Online Footprint of Your Student. This tool helps parents monitor their student's social media presence every Friday in less than 5 minutes. Read more.

Archdiocese of Los Angeles's Bequest Language

An excellent way for you to support Archdiocese of Los Angeles's parishes, schools and ministries is to leave us a bequest in your will, living trust or with a codicil. One significant benefit of making a gift by bequest is that it allows you to continue to use the property you will leave to charity during your life. Another benefit is that you are able to leave a lasting legacy. Read More

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