Saint Dominic Catholic Church
2002 MERTON AVE. LOS ANGELES, CA 90041
THE PARISH OFFICE IS AVAILABLE BY APPOINTMENT.
Please CONTACT US BY PHONE OR EMAIL:
- (323) 254-2519
Mass is INDOORS AT THE CHURCH.
PLEASE USE THE ENTRANCE ON MAYWOOD AVE.
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.
*FRIDAY 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM Benediction 5:15pm (CHURCH)
*Subject to change on days with funerals and events.
ENGLISH: SATURDAY 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM (SCHOOL)
SPANISH: SUNDAY 12:30 Pm - 1:00 PM (CHURCH)
- Eucharist / First Communion
- Reconciliation / Confessions
- Marriage / Weddings
- Holy Orders
Saint Dominic Church will be phasing out the eventbrite reservation process beginning on May 1. Parishioners will no longer need to register online for weekend Mass and moving forward all Masses will be first-come first-served. In replacement, our ushers will do a head count until capacity has been reached. All other safety guidelines will remain in place including distancing, temperature checks, and masks. Thank you for continuing to help keep Saint Dominic a safe place to worship.
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You’re invited to be a “Pen Pal 4 Christ”to our brothers at Twin Towers Correctional Facility, Los Angeles. For more details about this ministry, please contact Bernadette S. Corpuz.
Email: email@example.com Phone: (323) 547 - 6618
Foster Awareness Month
There are currently more than 38,000 children in foster care in Los Angeles County, one of the highest numbers in the nation.
- 57.5% of foster children in LA are under the age of 9.
- Upon aging out of foster care system and without a family, many will face 5 paths:
- Homelessness – 40% of teens who age out of foster care will be homeless in 2 years.
- Incarceration – 80% of current prison inmates have spent time in foster care.
- Human trafficking – 85% of youth recovered in sex trafficking raids in Southern California were in the foster system.
- Early Parenthood – 56% of 21 year old women who were formerly in the child welfare system are mothers
- Poverty – 69% of teens who age out of foster care have been out of work at some point in the last year. *Source: https://lovehasnolimits.com/
Every child deserves a loving family. We are all adopted sons and daughters of God, and we know that the family is the basic building block of society. These foster children and youth need the love of a family to support them and nurture them to their full potential.
There are many different ways to get involved in foster care.
Get in touch and learn more:
Young Adult Summer Trip
Toward the Top Summer Expedition: June 1-8, 2021
Join COR Expeditions and various members of the Dominican order for professionally guided whitewater rafting, backpacking, fruitful talks and discussions, daily Mass, and the opportunity to challenge yourself and grow in your faith and in community with others while surrounded by God’s amazing creation. No prior experience with these activities is required.
WHO: Adults ages 18+
DATES: June 1-8, 2021
LOCATION: Near Vernal, UT and Buena Vista, CO
COST: $940 per person [includes all food, transportation from the Denver airport, camping gear and technical equipment, professional guides, and personal rental items such as extra layers – does not include travel to and from the Denver airport before and after the course]. A $200 deposit is required upon registration; the remaining balance is due by May 18.
Visit the webpage:
Contact Fr Chris Saliga, OP at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (303)396-8826.
COME AND SEE: A VIRTUAL RETREAT
July 16 - 18, 2021
COVID-19 restrictions may have us social distancing and staying home as much as possible, but God is still calling, perhaps now more than ever! If you are a single Catholic woman, between the ages of 18 - 38 years, discerning religious life and you want to learn more about cloistered Dominican life, this Come and See: Virtual Retreat is for you. Join our community virtually for Mass, Divine Office, informative talks, as well as opportunities for one-on-one meetings and Q&A with our sisters.
For more information and to submit a registration request,
Please visit: https://www.opnunsmenlo.org/come-and-see-virtual-retreat
or contact Sister Joseph Marie OP: email@example.com
We are inviting single Catholic women, between the ages of 18 - 38 years, who are discerning religious life and want to learn more about cloistered Dominican life, to join us in July for a Come and See Virtual Retreat. The virtual retreat will begin Friday evening, July 16th and end Sunday morning, July 18th. During the virtual retreat, young women will join our community virtually for Divine Office, informative talks, as well as opportunities to recreate virtually with our community.