We have a story to tell: Indigenous scholars, activists speak up amid toppling of Serra statues

As Californians once again reckon with their statues of Serra, the founder of what would become 21 missions along the California coast, Native people and Indigenous scholars say it's time for their voices to be heard and their existence to be recognized.

California bishops say protesters 'failed the test' of history in toppling Junipero Serra statues

The California Catholic Conference of Bishops is denouncing the toppling of Junipero Serra statues that protesters took down in San Francisco and Los Angeles over the weekend.

On LA's Skid Row, Catholic Worker's 'Hippie Kitchen' adjusts to COVID-19

For the Catholic Worker's meal center in LA, known as the Hippie Kitchen, meeting the increased need while preventing the spread of coronavirus has meant improvising — both in how it provides its services and how it prevents the spread of the virus.

Mexican American religious life will be preserved in UCLA archive collection

The UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center archives Mexican American life before, during and after the Chicano Movement.