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Welcome back to Mass in church!

OUR WEEKEND MASSES WILL BE CELEBRATED INDOORS beginning Saturday evening, June 19. All Masses are held in the church:  Saturday at 4 p.m. also livestreamed; Sunday at 7 a.m., 9 a.m., 11 a.m.,  1 p.m. (Spanish), 4 p.m. (Vietnamese) and 7 p.m. Daily Mass at 8 a.m. is in the church and livestreamed. Masks are required for those  NOT vaccinated but recommended for everyone. Social distancing is no longer required.  Click here for livestream Masses on OLA YouTube. Click MASS TIMES at the top of this page for complete safety guidelines.

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OLA YouTube Channel

Those unable to attend Mass in person may tune in to our daily live-streamed Masses Saturday at 4 p.m. and weekdays at 8 a.m. (Mon-Sat). CLICK the headline above to access the YouTube Channel for all options, including weekly Wednesday Night Worship (musical prayer/praise), and some funerals.
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Become a donor today

CLICK the headline to go directly to giving to Together in Mission 2021. You will be helping 12,000 students and 525,000 parishioners in the poorest Catholic communities in the Los Angeles Archdiocese.
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Vaccination News

Catholics are encouraged to receive the life-saving Covid-19 vaccination. In California, vaccinations are available to anyone 12 years and older. CLICK the headline for links to reservations, FAQs for teens, free rides for disabled persons, and information on the Church's permission to be vaccinated. 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.
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Hope for Home

“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.
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FosterAll is recommended

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.
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Sixth Anniversary

There are several ways you can participate in the celebration of the Laudato Si anniversary. It's Pope Francis' letter to the world "On the Care of our Common Home." Register for the Monday night conversation about creating a sustainable home (June), register for the conference about U.S. Catholics and Laudato Si, or connect to the Catholic Climate Covenant. Click the headline for more.
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Catholics Against Racism

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.
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Register Online!

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.
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Pray for Divine Mercy

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.
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5,200 Registered Households
1947 year OLA was established
3 language communities with masses in English, Spanish, and Vietnamese
70 active parish ministries and organizations
7 coordinating councils meet monthly on leadership night

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