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Our Catholic Schools

In 2010 Archbishop José H. Gomez outlined his Pastoral Initiatives for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. Catholic Education is one of his principal Initiatives. At the suggestion of the Archbishop, the Cardinal’s Awards Committee, the Department of Catholic Schools and … Continue reading

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William H. Ahmanson

Bill’s life trajectory from Harvard School (now known as Harvard-Westlake) to Occidental College to banking to heading up the The Ahmanson Foundation seems a natural path for a scion of one of Los Angeles’ most philanthropic families.  But if you … Continue reading

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Rick J. Caruso

Rick Caruso is nationally recognized for reimagining the way people live, work and shop through his many successful, properties such as The Grove and The Americana at Brand. His real estate development business, Caruso, spans retail, residential and hospitality –The … Continue reading

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Patrick Hickey

Patrick has a rich and loyal history of participation in the Bachelors, the Cardinal’s Awards Committee—where he served on most all of the committees. He is a Knight of Malta and St. Gregory. He is graduate of the University of … Continue reading

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Letty Ibarra

The first thing you notice about Letty Ibarra is the influence her parents had on her work ethic and love of the Church.  “I am so proud,” explained Letty, whose father came to this country from Mexico during World War … Continue reading

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Nick Weber

When you meet Nick Weber, your first impression is that he is old school in the best of ways.  Little would you know that old school really means that he was enrolled in 14 different schools by the time he … Continue reading

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Gretchen Willison

“My first reaction to receiving the Cardinal’s Award?  Oh my goodness, I must be old!” laughed Gretchen Willison as she described her surprise on being a recipient. “Honestly, I am honored to have been considered and only wish if it … Continue reading

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