Archdiocese of Los Angeles

Los Angeles, CA   |  https://lacatholics.org/

Mission

We, the People of God of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, accept our mission to continue the redemptive work of Jesus Christ. Baptized into the Body of Christ, confirmed in the Holy Spirit, and nourished by the Word and Eucharist, we share Christ’s mission as priest, prophet and servant kings. We are one with the Catholic Church throughout the world, in communion with the pope.

Ruling year info

1946

Archbishop of Los Angeles

Archbishop José H. Gomez

Main address

3424 Wilshire Blvd

Los Angeles, CA 90010 USA

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EIN

95-1642382

NTEE code info

Elementary, Secondary Ed (B20)

Roman Catholic (X22)

IRS filing requirement

This organization is not required to file an annual return with the IRS because it is a church.

Communication

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Together in Mission (TIM)

Together in Mission is the annual Catholic appeal of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. Founded in 1993, this appeal has raised nearly $360 million for schools and parishes in the Archdiocese.

Your gift enables Together in Mission to provide essential resources and ministries that enrich parish life, strengthen families, advance Church leadership and inspire and educate future generations of our faith. Each year, 74 schools and 67 parishes receive support from Together in Mission. We thank you for your support and generosity.

https://togetherinmission.org/

Population(s) Served

After much research, prayer, and careful discernment, the Archdiocese of Los Angeles will embark on a historic effort to respond through Called to Renew, a campaign to secure $500 million in transformative gifts that will give our local church both the much-needed flexibility to respond to critical social needs and an investment for future generations. Without some measure of financial endowment, the Archdiocese is only able to react instead of planning and designing programs that proactively aid our parishes and Catholic ministries.

https://calledtorenew.org/

Population(s) Served

Providing tuition assistance to the most financially deserving students attending Catholic elementary and high schools in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.

https://cefdn.org/

Population(s) Served
Students
Adolescents
Economically disadvantaged people
Teachers
Catholics

The Priest Retirement Fund is a second collection/annual appeal in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles that was created in 2009 to supplement the normal pension benefits received by all priests who are incardinated in the archdiocese and who have been appointed to an archdiocesan assignment. These raised funds assist in basic living, medical, prescriptive and senior care.

Population(s) Served
Older adults
Seniors
People with disabilities
Retired people
Catholics

More than 250 Catholic schools serve the counties of the Greater Los Angeles Region. The tradition of Catholic education in the United States can be traced back to the 1600s. The Church in Los Angeles opened its first schools in the 1850s. Catholic schools equip students to follow in the footsteps of the saints and take the redeeming message of the Gospel into the world – in every profession, every household, every neighborhood and across social classes.

https://lacatholicschools.org/

Population(s) Served
Catholics
Teachers
Students
Families
Economically disadvantaged people

The Office of Life, Justice, and Peace (OLJP) implements the vision of Archbishop José Gomez on social issues by offering strategic leadership to parishes and community partners through education, advocacy, prayer, and service. OLJP promotes the common good, rooting initiatives in the reality that each person is created by God for a relationship with him and in community with others.

The Archdiocese of Los Angeles, with our vast ethnic, cultural and economic diversity, is a small manifestation of the universal Church. Promoting authentic human development in this context requires a culture of encounter and a transformative commitment to solidarity.

OLJP focuses on the issues of abortion, assisted suicide, immigration, death penalty, human trafficking, homelessness, poverty, foster care, healthcare, post-abortion healing, religious freedom, and environmental justice within the context of developing an authentic human ecology for the communities of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.

Population(s) Served
Immigrants and migrants
People with disabilities

Ministers to those affected by crime: the incarcerated, survivors of crime, and the families of both. In addition to communion/Masses, Chaplains and volunteers provide 1-on-1 visits and small group sessions in jails, detention centers, and camps to help adults and youth reconcile with God and find a new path for their lives. ORJ also ministers to their families to help maintain connections during incarceration and beyond. ORJ provides pastoral services and support to survivors of crime as part of its efforts to aid with reentry and community healing.

Population(s) Served
Families
At-risk youth
Families
At-risk youth
Substance abusers
Incarcerated people
Victims of crime and abuse

Queen of Angels Center for Priestly Formation serves college-age seminarians who are completing their academic studies on the undergraduate level and discerning a vocation to the priesthood. As a program of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, Queen of Angels seeks to form seminarians committed to an ongoing relationship with Jesus and to foster a spirit of generous service for God’s people. Queen of Angels encourages seminarians to grow in apostolic zeal to be missionary disciples. We are called to inspire and challenge these young men to live out God’s call for them.

Population(s) Served
Students
Catholics
Teachers

The Propagation of the Faith continues to seek prayer and sacrifice for the world's missions, now some 1,100 diocese in Asia, Africa, and Pacific Islands and remote regions of Latin America. Help is offered for pastoral and evangelizing programs, for catechists and catechetical work, to building churches and chapels, for the work of Religious Communicates in health care and education, and for communication and transportation needs.

Population(s) Served
Economically disadvantaged people

The Missionary Childhood Association (MCA) is one of the Pontifical Mission Societies that operates in every diocese of the world under papal statute: Pontifical Mission Societies Statute, 1-13. MCA helps young Catholics to become more aware and appreciative of the multicultural dimension of the Church.

Population(s) Served
Children and youth

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Financials

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Archdiocese of Los Angeles

Board of directors
as of 09/12/2022
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board co-chair

Archbishop José H. Gomez

Development


Board co-chair

Monsignor Lloyd Torgerson

Development

William Ahmanson

Development

M. Akre

Development

Christopher Alders

Development

Bishop Robert Barron

Development

Monsignor John Barry

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Mollie Baumer

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Thomas Blumenthal

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Joseph Boskovich, Sr

Development

William Close

Development

Monsignor Gregory Cox

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Monsignor Jarlath Cunnane

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Janet Feeley

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Monsignor Kevin Kostelnik

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Reverend Lawrence Seyer

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Robert Smith III

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Tim Smith

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Grethcen Willison

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Father Brian Nunes

Development - Ex Officio

Catherine Fraser

Development - Ex Officio

Randolph Steiner

Development - Ex Officio

Sarah Yaklic

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Organizational demographics

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