St. Dominic Catholic Church

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

COVID-19 Resources Page

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If you are an Eagle Rock resident 65+ and need support scheduling a COVID-19 vaccine appointment, please call this hotline:







Si es un residente de Eagle Rock mayor de 65 años y necesita ayuda para programar una cita para la vacuna COVID-19, llame a esta línea directa:



Resource for Reporting COVID-19

As the Los Angeles Archdiocese continues the reopening process, we have developed a form that can be used to report instances in which the COVID-19 virus may have impacted our staff, clergy, or persons visiting our parishes or working facilities. Any employee who has been diagnosed with COVID-19, or whose family member living in the same household has been diagnosed with COVID-19, should immediately inform his or her supervisor and stay home. If a supervisor receives information that a staff member, immediate family member of a staff member, parishioner, volunteer, patron or a person who has been at any of our locations has been diagnosed with COVID-19, the supervisor should complete the attached reporting form and send it to:


Marina Macchiagodena -

Isaac Cuevas -

With CC your Regional Deacon and, if it involves a school matter, CC your Assistant Superintendent and Deputy Superintendent on the email.

Marina Macchiagodena and Isaac Cuevas will contact you to discuss further actions.

Please remember that the COVID-19 virus is still a threat and our best defense is to practice all the appropriate guidelines including:

  • Social distancing
  • Wearing protective face coverings
  • Washing your hands regularly
  • Keeping areas clean and disinfected



---In his weekly column the Archbishop recognized the provision of more than 300,000 meals to low-income children in March alone, plus clothing, shelter and the financial support provided to those in need---

Speaking on behalf of all the priests in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, in his weekly column published in the Archdiocese’s multimedia news platform Angelus News, Archbishop José H. Gomez expressed the shared longing of all priests to once again be together with the faithful during this Easter Season, and acknowledged that although there might be frustration due to the extended quarantine and stay-at-home orders due to COVID-19 (coronavirus) this is a time to reflect on how God is calling us to show love for him by serving our neighbors. The column is available online to share widely with the faithful through our parishes, schools and ministries at (English) and (Spanish). The article can also be posted on Facebook by sharing this post:

“In my own reflections I see God calling us, in a most dramatic way, to realize how much we need him, how we cannot live without him. But I also see God calling us to a deeper sense of solidarity, to realize that we are responsible for one another, that we depend on one another, and we have to take care of one another,” said Archbishop Gomez in his column, “See how they love one another,” (Miren cómo se aman).

Archbishop Gomez recalls how in the first century of Christianity, when plagues and pestilence overwhelmed the population, non-Christians marveled as they watched Christians show their charity and compassion to others.

“And it has been beautiful for me to witness so many of you showing your love for God by serving your neighbors in this time of crisis,” continued Archbishop Gomez. “Although our Catholic school buildings are closed, we are still educating tens of thousands of young people every day through distance learning. And we are feeding thousands of poor children every day, offering ‘grab and go’ meals at our schools. In the past month alone, we provided more than 300,000 meals.

“And although our church buildings are closed, our parishes remain ‘open.’ We are helping people in our food pantries and giving financial assistance to our neighbors who need food, clothing, and shelter. Our Hearts to Serve hotline is assisting hundreds or people seeking everything from help paying bills to mental health resources.”

Archbishop Gomez also acknowledged the “beautiful network of compassion” that has been formed between the Archdiocese and agencies such as the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, the Knights of ColumbusHabitat for Humanity, and the archdiocesan Catholic Communication Collaboration (C3).

He encouraged the faithful to intensify their prayers and to keep loving one another “in this time when faith is tested.”

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