St. Aloysius Gonzaga Catholic Church

7814 Crocket Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90001-3121 United States

(323) 585-4485

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Mass Times


No Mass


6:30 amSpanish, 8:00 amSpanish, 9:30 am, 11:00 amSpanish, 12:30 pmSpanish & 5:00 pmSpanish


Thursday 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Weekly Mass Schedule


No Mass


6:30 am (Spanish)

8:00 am (Spanish)

9:30 am

11:00 am (Spanish)

12:30 pm (Spanish)

5:00 pm (Spanish)


8:00 am


8:00 am (Spanish)


8:00 am (Spanish)


8:00 am (Spanish)


8:00 am (Spanish)

Holy Days of Obligation

8:00 am


Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God


The Ascension of the Lord


The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary


All Saints’ Day


The Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary


The Nativity of the Lord (Christmas)

the parish

Bishop Thomas Conaty established St. Aloysius Parish in November 1908. Father P.J. McGrath celebrated Masses in a bungalow on Crockett Boulevard and the church was built shortly thereafter; and then remodeled in 1922. The second building, which was to be used as a school, opened in 1921 staffed by The Sisters of Mercy who taught there for over fifty years. During the pastorate of father William O’Regan, a nine-classroom school and auditorium (used as a temporary church) were built. In 1951 the parish center was completed, combining the church, school, and meeting facilities. St Aloysius was called an “island” parish; surrounded on three sides by Los Angeles and Huntington Park on the forth side.

Currently St. Aloysius parish has over 1,473 active parishioners and over 7,000 individuals attend Sunday services. With the generous donations of our parishioners we recently remodeled the church; redesigning the altar area, installing new flooring, and adding a bell tower. In the Summer of 2011 the Archdiocese repaved our parking lot, paid for roof repairs, and donated new basketball poles and hoops to the school. A generous foundation grant also paid for a complete renovation of the school interior.

There are over 400 students in our Religious Education Class.

As you can see, St. Aloysius is a growing community of faith.

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