Click the headline for "This-Week-At-Home" printable guide for families during the Easter Season. It offers a Reflection on the Sunday Readings, a Prayer for the Week, stories about the saints, and family activities for each day. Also read the monthly newsletter called Impact from Catholic Life and Faith.
Catholics are encouraged to receive the life-saving Covid-19 vaccination. in Los Angeles County, vaccinations will be available to anyone 16 years and older beginning April 15. In San Bernardino County, vaccinations are now open to anyone 16 years and over.
If you have a serious pre-existing medical condition, please consult your own doctor. Click the headline for more information from Catholic bishops and a link to appointments in Los Angeles and San Bernardino counties.
Click the headline to access the link to registration for the Pax Christi workshop on May 8 entitled: "Moving Beyond Vicitimzation and Privilege, the Anti-Racism Challenge." Have a conversation about anti-racism with your family or friends using the guide written by our Youth Minister. Check out the the U.S. Bishops letter entitled Open Wide Our Hearts, and learn about the Conference of California Bishops' year-long initiative to combat racism.
Every other Tuesday, a new men’s ministry called Face to Face will gather online to discuss the New York Times bestseller, "Wild at Heart: Discovering the Secret of a Man’s Soul." Click the headline for details on all the advantages of joining this community, as well as a link to register/inquire.
The Archdiocese of Los Angeles strongly endorses FosterAll, a non-profit organization that recruits and
supports foster parents in Los Angeles County.
Foster parents can transform the lives of children who may be neglected in the foster care system. Good foster families can provide the stability and love they need to beat the odds and insure a bright future. Click the headline for more information.
“Your generous material donations can markedly impact the lives of those we aid as they transition into their own homes after months, years and, yes, decades of physical and psychosocial displacement,” says the local Hope for Home program. Needed are new or lightly-used items to help set up an apartment. To donate, contact Deacon Jim Allgaier. Click the headline for details.
OLA's JustAct Ministries is beginning a new online study of the Parables of Jesus in two six-week sessions this spring and summer. Reflect on how these teachings define us as Christians and point to a new way of living and building the Kingdom of God. Study groups will be scheduled weekly based on the availability of participants. Click the headline for more information and a registration form.
Use this quick and easy form to register at OLA parish. Register online, or look for forms at the parish office or in the kiosk off the patio. Registration insures that you will receive all the relevant communications from the parish about seasonal celebrations and other important news.
In these challenging times, pray the Divine Mercy Chaplet, or the Divine Mercy Novena of nine days. These are very powerful prayers for divine intervention in a crisis, and point to the inexhaustible mercy of God through Jesus.
Click the headline for the prayers.