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Feeling (and seeing) the LA Catholic impact

A new report offers a detailed picture of just how much Los Angeles-area Catholics have stepped up to help those in need since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The “LA Catholics Make an Impact” one-year report tracks the different charity efforts based in the Archdiocese of Angeles.

In March 2020, the Office of Life, Justice and Peace launched the “Hearts to Serve” hotline in response to the pandemic, which connected people in need with food pantries and financial aid resources. Over the past year, the hotline received more than 2,000 calls and referred more than 1,000 families to aid resources across the archdiocese.

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