Yearly Archives: 2021


New St. Louise de Marillac Mass & Confession Procedures

We will continue to work hard to keep you informed about any changes that directly impact St. Louise de Marillac. We ask that you continue to keep those suffering from this virus, as well as those working as essential workers to keep everyone safe. We at St. Louise are also […]


Summer Tailgating or Virtual Bible Camp

Calling all adventurers in Christ! Join us July 12 – 16, 2021 between the hours of 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm for our Summer Bible Camp theme of “Treasure: Discovering You’re Priceless to God”. This year, our Summer Bible Camp comes with a twist! Whether you and your children wish […]


58th Annual (Virtual) Frontier Days Carnival: Family Fun Fest

Summer is practically just around the corner! This means we are excited to announce our 58th Virtual Frontier Days: Family Fun Fest! We invite our parish community to join us on June 5th, and 6th for this exciting hybrid of events, which will happen both virtually and on-premises due to […]


Together in Mission 2021: Forward in Faith

This weekend, Archbishop Gomez invites all Catholics to make their yearly commitment to the Together in Mission Annual Appeal. To those who have given generously to Together in Mission in the past, your support has ensured that the doors remained open at parishes & schools that experience financial hardship in […]


Academic Excellence and Moral Development — Enroll Your Child Today

While the Covid-19 pandemic closed doors, Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles never stopped teaching and serving the community. In fact, students experienced improved academic performance during remote learning. This is a testament to our capabilities and the dedication of our students, families, teachers, and staff. Catholic education […]


Transitional Diaconate Ordination of Daniel Vega

Congratulations Daniel Vega, who after six years of formation at St. John’s Seminary, has been ordained a transitional deacon at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels. This celebration took place on May 29th. This is the final step before his ordination to the priesthood which, God willing, will happen […]


Mental Health Awareness Month

The events in the past year have tested emotional, physical, mental, and spiritual endurance. Your thoughts, feelings, and actions are seen and heard. We pray that these resources may be a source of help, understanding, and consolation. We continue to offer support for all our parishioners – children, teens, families, […]


In Memoriam: Jim “Father Bingo” Corbett

“. . .  And remember the words of the Lord Jesus, that He said, ‘It is more blessed to give than to receive.”  Acts 20:35 With great sadness, we regret to announce that Jim Corbitt, a long-time parishioner and volunteer extraordinaire passed away earlier this week.   Jim was one of […]