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Parish member and school alumna featured in the National Catholic Reporter

January 30, 2018 by Katie Kevorkian | Posted In: Articles
Parish member and school alumna featured in the National Catholic Reporter

National Catholic Reporter, January 29, 2018 “Fabiola was not quite 4 years old when she entered the United States from Mexico with her parents — without documentation. Today, the diminutive 20-year-old is a full-time college student majoring in business administration, who works two part-time jobs and is active in her East Los Angeles community, notably… read more »

Dolores Mission mentioned in National Catholic Reporter

January 10, 2018 by Katie Kevorkian | Posted In: Articles
Dolores Mission mentioned in National Catholic Reporter

Dolores Mission Parish received a mention in National Catholic Reporter’s Field Hospital feature series which highlights parishes and ministries making a difference in their community. The full article can be viewed here: https://www.ncronline.org/news/parish/parish-roundup-catholics-reach-out-homeless-people

New Boyle Heights facility will serve more students, lift more families out of poverty

July 31, 2017 by Katie Kevorkian | Posted In: Articles, Events, General Information
New Boyle Heights facility will serve more students, lift more families out of poverty

Dolores Mission Church & School’s new building will house new classrooms for early education. Boyle Heights, Los Angeles: Dolores Mission, a Jesuit parish and elementary school, best known as the birthplace of Homeboy Industries, will break ground this summer for a new 6,500 sq. ft., two-story facility to better serve the Boyle Heights community. All are… read more »

Called to be the living stones

March 17, 2016 by Katie Kevorkian | Posted In: Articles, For Reflection
Called to be the living stones

Palm Sunday Luke 19:28-40; Isaiah 50: 4-7; Philippians 2:6-11; Luke 22:14-23:56      We are living very critical moments in history. There are people who want to see signs of the end of the world in the wars and natural disasters we witness. The reality is that things are not very easy with unemployment, hunger, wars,… read more »

Dolores Mission in La Opinion!

August 31, 2015 by Katie Kevorkian | Posted In: Articles, Community, Events, General Information, Notices
Dolores Mission in La Opinion!

Every Friday at 6:30 pm, we gather to prepare for Pope Francis’ visit to the United States. Read more in this article by La Opinion.  Read the article here.

Letter to Pope Francis

June 15, 2015 by Katie Kevorkian | Posted In: Articles, For Reflection, General Information
Letter to Pope Francis

Eleventh Sunday in Ordinary Time Ezekiel 17:22-24; 2 Corinthians 5:6-10; Mark 4:26-34 Dear Pope Francis,      With joy and anticipation, we — the faith community of Dolores Mission Church — are praying for you and for your visit to the United States in September. In today’s Gospel, Jesus tells the parable of the mustard seed…. read more »

Did You Know?

February 19, 2015 by Katie Kevorkian | Posted In: Articles, General Information
Did You Know?

Help prevent child victimization Many assume that children at risk for victimization are neglected or from dysfunctional homes. However, all children, even those from supportive families, may be at risk of victimization. Encourage your child to come to you immediately if anyone makes him or her feel uncomfortable online or makes overtures to meet in… read more »

Our Lenten Journey

February 19, 2015 by Katie Kevorkian | Posted In: Articles, For Reflection, General Information
Our Lenten Journey

February 22. First Sunday of Lent    Genesis 9:8-15; 1 Peter 3:18-22; Mark 1:12-15   Our Lenten Journey      In today’s Gospel, Jesus spends 40 days in the desert all by himself dealing with the temptations of evil and becoming victorious over them. Our theme this Lent as a Dolores Mission community of faith is… read more »

Did You Know?

January 15, 2015 by Katie Kevorkian | Posted In: Articles, General Information
Did You Know?

Pornography Consuming Our Children The largest consumers of Internet pornography are children between the ages of 12-17. More than half of boys and a third of girls have seen pornography before their teenage years. Thirty-five percent of young teenage boys (13-14 years old) say that they have seen pornography “more times than I can count.”… read more »

Did You Know?

November 26, 2014 by Katie Kevorkian | Posted In: Articles, General Information, Student Life
Did You Know?

Archdiocese offers program to empower children Child sexual abuse prevention includes empowering children by teaching them body safety rules and steps they can take to ensure their own safety. The Archdiocese of Los Angeles currently offers the following age-appropriate prevention programs for children: VIRTUS® Teaching Touching Safety; Good-Touch/Bad-Touch®; Archdiocese of Los Angeles Self-Protection Program Grades… read more »

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