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San Gabriel Mission

San Gabriel

Our community is excited to participate alongside all parishes, missions and Catholic centers in the Archdiocese to strengthen and renew our Church for the future. Please continue reading to learn how this campaign will benefit us.

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Letter from the Pastor

Campaign Details

Our Parish Goal


Pledged over 5 years for the Called to Renew Campaign.

Our Parish Receives


To renew our parish and strengthen ministries.

Parish Needs


Pews and Kneelers

Our fragile pews are splintering and pulling apart. We will sand, repair, and varnish the pews to retain their aged appearance.



After many years of service, the double sets of doors at both entrances are in need of maintenance. We will repair or replace the broken door panels before sanding and staining the doors, and will also repair a broken window.


Interior Walls

The venerable walls of our mission were last painted 25 years ago. We will also repair any peeling and cracks before the walls receive a new coat of paint.


Mission Gardens

Our historic gardens are in need of a facelift, beginning with repairing the adobe walls that have fallen into the camposanto from heavy rain. We will also renovate the walkways and exhibits and improve the overall tour experience.


Our baptistery features one of our most treasured gifts from the King and Queen of Spain and dates back to the late 1700s. We will repair the pedestal and windows in the baptistery space, as well as repaint the interior walls and repair the outside wall to avoid future water damage.

Gift Shop

This year’s heavy rainfall damaged the gift shop. We will repair the roof, interior walls, and the drainage and electrical systems.

A Bold Plan of Renewal

We — the Catholic faithful — are the agents of renewal for Church and society. I am grateful for this opportunity to walk alongside clergy and parishioners in strengthening our parishes and ministries, the heart of our Archdiocese.
Archbishop José H. Gomez