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Los Angeles

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

O’Grady Center Renovations

Meeting space is important for serving the mission of evangelization today. As we expand our parish ministries it is important to provide a safe, comfortable, and inviting environment for those seeking community and connection. We will update the O’Grady center’s kitchenette, storage space, and interior design to accommodate our ministry needs for years to come.

Refurbish Confessionals

“The mercy of the Lord endures forever” (Ps 136). The sacrament of reconciliation gives life to sacred moments of forgiveness, healing, and renewal. It is only fitting that the place and setting of this tremendous sacrament be safe, dignified, and inviting. With money raised through Called to Renew, we will renovate our confessionals to help foster the peace and joy which flows from the mercy of God.


Evangelization Outreach

Pope Francis has placed great importance on the need for evangelization and sharing the Good News of the Gospel with all. Our outreach efforts are strong, but we can improve them by devoting special attention to young people, families, and the marginalized. We will invest a portion of our funds to provide more/expanded/enhanced opportunities for deepening one’s faith and encounter with Christ.

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