COVID-19

Updates from the Archdiocese of Los Angeles

Livestream Masses

A livestream is available each Sunday from the Cathedral of Our Lady of Angels. The English Mass is celebrated at 10:00 AM and the Spanish Mass is celebrated at 7:00 AM. Archbishop Gomez will celebrate daily Mass at 8:00 AM and priests from the Cathedral will celebrate a 7:00 AM Mass in Spanish. Masses are also live-streamed from various churches across the archdiocese.

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COVID-19 Update (24 March 2020 — 6:30 PM)
In continued commitment to reducing the spread of the COVID-19, the Archdiocese of Los Angeles announced further liturgical guidelines for Catholic parishes in the Archdiocese, including the closure of all churches to the public until further notice. Click here to read the updated liturgical guidelines. (En español)

COVID-19 Update (23 March 2020 — 4:00 PM)
As a result of the revised statewide “Safer at Home” order, remote learning will be extended through Sunday, April 19. Our intent is to resume in-person instruction on Monday, April 20, but much will depend on orders from public health officials at that time. Click here to read the full letter from Paul M. Escala, Superintendent of Schools. (En español)

COVID-19 Update (21 March 2020 — 8:00 AM)
In accordance with the guidance from the CDC and governmental officials regarding public gatherings, all Catholic Cemeteries and Mortuaries will be temporarily closed for regular visitation and non-essential business matters until further notice. At this time, Catholic Cemeteries and Mortuaries will be focusing efforts in serving families with immediate need. Click here to learn more. (En español)

To receive updates on the coronavirus or other ADLA news and information, please visit this webpage or text ADLA to 84576.

The following government webpages offer further updates:

LA County
Ventura County
Santa Barbara County
School Information from the California Department of Public Health

 

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Support our Community

We are one family of faith. When one part of our family suffers, we come together to help alleviate the pain of another. So join us in supporting our schools and parishes who are experiencing the effects of COVID-19. Together, let us rise up and support our local community.

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Emergency Response

Learn more about our archdiocesan response to natural disasters such as earthquakes, fires and other disasters.

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