|Frequency||weekly (except for Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas)|
|Publisher||Archbishop José H. Gómez|
|Year founded||1895 (as newspaper The Tidings)|
|Company||Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles|
The Tidings Corporation
|Based in||Los Angeles, California|
Angelus is a weekly magazine published jointly by The Tidings Corporation and the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles, the most populous Catholic archdiocese in the United States. The magazine began publication in 1895 as a newspaper named The Tidings and is the oldest continuously published Catholic periodical on the west coast of the United States. It is also the oldest weekly periodical in the Los Angeles market. The last issue of The Tidings was published in June 2016; in July 2016 it was transformed into the multimedia news platform Angelus (AKA Angelus News).
The magazine regularly or frequently features columns written by the following, among others:
- Archbishop José H. Gómez
- Kathryn Jean Lopez
- Mike Aquilina
- Rev. Ronald Rolheiser ("In Exile")
- Greg Erlandson
- Heather King ("The Crux")
- John L. Allen Jr.
- Robert Brennan
- Dr. Grazie Pozo Christie
- Bishop Robert Barron
- Scott Hahn ("Sunday Readings")
- The Tidings: About The Tidings (archived at Internet Archive)
- The Tidings: Media Kit (archived at Internet Archive)
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