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  • On Faith: A look behind the meaning of Valentine's Day

    EDITOR'S NOTE: The God Squad will return next Saturday. * Many people will celebrate Valentine's Day either a day early or on Monday, Feb. 14. Florists, those in the chocolate business, winemakers and restaurant owners are very fond of this celebration....
  • The God Squad: In marriage, do Catholics and atheists mix?

    Question: I've been reading The God Squad column since I was a teenager and enjoy your perspective on life and spirituality. I'm a 25-year-old woman and have been in a committed relationship for 18 months. Things are going very well between us, and we've...
  • Editorial: Honor the fallen in the civil rights war too

    On Memorial Day, we will again honor Americans who died in service to their country. Many of these men and women were, of course, gay, serving under that shameful compromise known as "Don't Ask, Don't Tell," and in deeper secrecy before that. With...
  • Commentary: Love sprouts in Berkeley, blossoms in CdM

    It was August 1977 and my plan was to drive up to the Bay Area for three back-to-back national psychology conferences, followed by a week-long meditation workshop with Tarthang Tulku in Berkeley. I'd recently become licensed as a psychologist at age 28,...
  • Abby & Scott Schepens

    Abby & Scott Schepens
    Wedding Announcement – Abby & Scott Schepens Abby Deegan and Scott Schepens were married December 1, 2012, at the UCI University Club in Irvine, California, Reverend Michael Ahearn officiated. The bride is the daughter of the Deegan Family of...
  • Commentary: Blame the Great Society for out-of-wedlock births

    It has been 50 years since Lyndon Johnson signed the Great Society program into law. Ten trillion dollars later, the effects have been the very antithesis of his stated aims. This single piece of public policy has destroyed the family, caused a marked...
  • Gregson Hall & Dalita Ayvazyan

    Gregson Hall & Dalita Ayvazyan Gregson and Dalita were wed in a civil ceremony at the Orange County Courthouse at 9 a.m. on January 13, 2012. The bride wore a white Yves Saint Laurent suit and Christian Louboutin shoes. The groom was attired in an...
  • The Crowd: Celebrating the Year of the Dragon

    The Crowd: Celebrating the Year of the Dragon
    Celebrating in great style the Chinese New Year 4710, the Year of the Water Dragon, hostess Elizabeth An of AnQi in South Coast Plaza invited some 50 local VIPs to a luncheon in her private dining room. An was joined by David Grant and Werner Escher of...
  • O.C.'s 'hidden minority' celebrates Prop. 8 ruling

    O.C.'s 'hidden minority' celebrates Prop. 8 ruling
    Supporters of same-sex marriage called Tuesday's federal court ruling negating Proposition 8 a step in the right direction while opponents argued that the will of California voters should stand. "It is incredible, marvelous," Newport Beach Dr. Jorge...
  • City Life: Working at a marriage that never feels like work

    Sometimes we don't really know whom we've married until there is some challenge that reveals what we wish we'd known during courtship or we experience something that supports our good decision to have married that person. I learned all I needed to know...
  • Professor remembered as a legal ally

    Friends of a Chapman University law professor who died after falling from a parking structure last week remembered her as a legal ally to supporters of same-sex marriage. Mary "Katherine" Baird Darmer was one of the founding members and served as the...
  • Couple gets married wearing jetpacks in Newport

    A couple got married in high-flying fashion Thursday in Newport Beach.  Grant Engler, 25, and Amanda Volf, 26, of Grand Rapids, Mich., said their "I do's" while wearing jetpacks, according to the Orange County Register.  It is thought to be the first...