St. Dominic Catholic Church

2002 Merton Ave | Los Angeles, CA 90041 | (323) 254-2519

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Saint Dominic Catholic Church

2002 MERTON AVE. LOS ANGELES, CA 90041

OFFICE INFORMATION:

 
THE PARISH OFFICE IS  AVAILABLE BY APPOINTMENT.
Please CONTACT US BY PHONE OR EMAIL:

MASS INFORMATION:

Mass SchedulE PDF - Click here
 
Mass is INDOORS AT THE CHURCH.
MASKS ARE REQUIRED INDOORS FOR ALL VISITORS (UPDATED JULY 16, 2021).
Please FOLLOW ALL SAFETY Guidelines WHEN VISITING THE CHURCH. 
 
MASS IS LIVE STREAMED ON OUR PARISH FACEBOOK PAGE. 
MASS VIDEOS ARE ARCHIVED ON OUR WEBSITE AND YOUTUBE CHANNEL.
MASS PACKETS ARE AVAILABLE TO FOLLOW ALONG AT HOME. 

ADORATION:

*FRIDAY 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM Benediction 5:15pm  (CHURCH)

*Subject to change on days with funerals and events.

CONFESSIONS:

ENGLISH: SATURDAY 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM (SCHOOL)
SPANISH: SUNDAY 12:30 Pm - 1:00 PM (CHURCH)

SACRAMENTS:

FUNERALS:

 

Live Stream Mass Packets

 

The 25th Sunday in Ordinary Time

September 19, 2021

Mass Schedule

 
View the Livestream on FACEBOOK

Parish

 

Saint Dominic Church & School

 

Color Run

 

All parishioners and friends of St. Dominic Church & School are welcome to join!

Please download and fill out your entry form. Return it with the fee to the Parish Office.

Entry Forms and Food Tickets are also available at the Parish Office.

 

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Entry Form     •     Guidelines

 

Date & Time:

Saturday September 25, 2021

10:00am Check-in, 11:00am Start

 

Location:

Saint Dominic Church - Main Parking Lot

2002 Merton Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90041

 

Health Ministry Information

 

Flu Shot Clinic

 

Sunday October 3, 2021

9:00am - 12:00pm

Adult Education Building

8:30am Early Registration

 

 

 

 

Please bring your insurance card.

Covid Vaccines will also be available.

 

Pandemic Memorial Masses

Sunday November 7, 2021

 

Please join us for the St. Dominic Church Memorial Masses this November.  We will gather together on Sunday, November 07, 2021 during each Sunday mass to remember and honor all our loved ones who have passed during the years 2020 and 2021, regardless if it was due to Covid-19.

Memorial Mass Photo Display:

As a tribute to our loved ones, Memorial Posters with pictures of the deceased will be created for the Memorial Masses. The posters will be displayed in various locations inside the church during the month of November 2021.  Parishioners are invited to participate by submitting pictures of their loved ones who passed during 2020 or 2021.

Picture Guidelines:

  • 4x6 photo of the deceased (Please send a copy as the photo will not be returned).
  • Print the name of the deceased on the back of the picture.
  • Place pictures in an envelope and deposit in Parish Office mailbox.
  • Collection of pictures will  start Sept 13, 2021 through Oct 24, 2021.
  • Posters will be displayed inside St Dominic church starting Nov 02, 2021

For questions, please contact the Parish Office

Phone: (323) 254-2519

Email: stdominicadulted@gmail.com

Middle School Ministry (MSM)

A dynamic ministry designed for all 6th, 7th and 8th grade youth. Together with youth leaders, the core team and middle schoolers will meet once a month. Our mission is to gather in a safe environment in order for students to share their Faith, to be themselves, to ask questions, to be in a loving community, and to seek Jesus.

Middle School Ministry (MSM) will achieve the mission in fun and relatable ways. Through creative and fun settings along with small group settings to discuss topics on a personal level.

Our MSM will meet the third Thursday of each month beginning in October 2021 and ending in May 2022. We will meet in person from 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. in the Adult Ed Building/Courtyard. Registration fee: $25 registration remains open for the year.

Register Online

New at Saint Dominic Church

For questions, please contact:

Christina Garcia (christina@saintdominics.org)

Michelle Perez (michelle@saintdominics.org)

Register Online

 

Seasons of Hope

Bereavement Group

 

Have you lost a loved one?
 

Fr. Francis' Bereavement Group, Seasons of Hope, resumes meeting this fall at Saint Dominic Church.

All are welcome!

 

Fr. Jude Eli, O.P.

Preaching Series 2021

"Eucharist: Theological Development"

SEPTEMBER 20 - 23, 2021

 

saintdominics.org/fr.jude

 

Saint Dominic Church - Parish Retreat

 

Encountering God in Challenging Times

 

with Ron Ryan, D. Min.

 

Saturday October 9, 2021

10:00am - 3:00pm

Dominican

The Rosary Confraternity (an Archconfraternity) is a worldwide association of many hundreds of thousands of people who have committed to praying at least 15 decades of the Rosary every week. They also pray for the intentions of all Rosarians (members of the Rosary Confraternity), uniting their prayers to yours. If you are not yet a member we encourage you to join us. Membership in the Confraternity gives the added blessing of having a share in the prayers, Masses and apostolic works of the entire Order of Preachers (Dominicans).

Why pray the Rosary? 

Many Saints have recommended praying the Rosary. Recent examples include Saint Pope John Paul II, Saint Mother Teresa of Calcutta, and Saint Pio of Pietrelcina (Padre Pio), who said "In times of darkness, holding the Rosary is like holding your Blessed Mother’s hand. Pray the Rosary every day. Abandon yourself in the hands of Mary. She will take care of you." You are also joined in prayer with the Dominican family.

Everything we do here at the Rosary Center depends on your prayers and financial support. We wish to thank all of you for the wonderful support you have given to us, especially during these difficult times.
 
We are requesting you participate fully in the Novena by:
1) Making at least a Spiritual Communion each day during the Novena, and
2) By praying the Novena Prayer and Rosary each day during the Novena.

 

Enroll Online

https://www.rosarycenter.org/novena-st-joseph-2021/

A Novena of Masses

in honor of St. Joseph

September 19th to 27th, 2021

 

Dominican School of Philosophy & Theology

Ethics & Moral Theology

 

An Introduction to Catholic Social Teaching

with Fr. Justin Gable, O.P. Fr. Michael Hurley, O.P.
 

A look at the social teaching of the Catholic Church, beginning with Pope Leo XIII and his landmark encyclical Rerum Novarum in a historical and theological context. We will see how the themes and concerns of Rerum Novarum are developed by his successors Benedict XV, Pius XI, Pius XII, and John XXIII. Among the themes of Catholic Social Teaching we will be exploring are human dignity, the common good, justice, peace, the preferential option for the poor, and the universal call to holiness and virtue.

Register at: dspt.edu/continuing-education

Reel Religion

The Bible, movies, and the Blackfriars Gallery movie poster collection

A Wise Habits Event: Thursday, October 21, 5:30 pm on Zoom

 

Panelists include: Fr. Chris Renz, OP, Professors Richard Lindsay and Ryan Parker

In support of our mission at DSPT, preservation efforts are underway to ensure that this rare Blackfriars Gallery collection of biblical posters can be used to enrich the ongoing conversation on the role of religion, cinema, and faith in contemporary culture. Fr. Chris Renz, OP, Director of the Blackfriars Gallery and Library, will host Professors Richard Lindsay and Ryan Parker, GTU alumni and former students of the late Fr. Michael Morris, OP, in a discussion about the posters and the many facets of this project.

Register here

Community

Knights of Columbus

Rancho San Antonio

Open House and Car Show

Sunday, October 3rd from 11am -3pm

Visit Online: http://ranchosanantonio.org/

 

For more than 70 years, our Archdiocesan Knights of Columbus have built and supported Rancho San Antonio Boys Home (Boys Town of the West) which is one of the states most effective residential treatment centers located in Chatsworth, right in our own pastoral region. The attached information indicates that over 15,000 wards of the  court young men have graduated from Rancho since 1952.

God has blessed our pastoral region with the only remaining Catholic Boys Home in California.  Recently, COVID and recent legislation threatens the continued existence of Rancho.  Please help by joining the annual Rancho Open House on Sunday, October 3rd from 11am -3pm featuring an outside barbecue and large car show!

Do not let our regional treasure be overcome through lack of support and funding!

 

 

Contact your parish Knights for assistance, or contact:

Vladi Rivera 818.357.4777 or email: vladirivera@yahoo.com

Alex Quadra 818.624.4684 or email: a.e.quadra@att.net