[Newsbriefs] ACC Newsbriefs – January 31, 2020

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ACC Newsbriefs – January 31, 2020


Welcome to ACC Newsbriefs from the Archdiocesan Catholic Center (ACC) in Los Angeles. This weekly update (issued each Friday) brings news about the latest ministries, resources, events, workshops, etc. of the ACC departments and other entities. For more general information, please check the Archdiocesan website at:

http://www.la-archdiocese.org<http://www.la-archdiocese.org/>


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New This Week:

  1.    Catholic Charities of Los Angeles:  Upcoming Workshops on Citizenship and DACA Application Assistance in February Throughout the Archdiocese


  2.    Office for Vocations:  Priests versus Seminarians Basketball Game, Friday, February 7, in Chatsworth


  3.    Altadena/Pasadena Black Catholic Association:  Black History Celebration Mass, Sunday, February 9, in Pasadena


  4.    Office of Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs; and Good Shepherd Parish in Beverly Hills:  Screening and Panel Discussion of “The Chosen,” Saturday, February 15


  5.    Southern California Renewal Communities:  “From Spiritual Warfare to Spiritual Blessings” Workshop, Saturday, February 22, in Sylmar


  6.    Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels:  Mass in Honor of Beata Concepcion Cabrera de Armida, Saturday, February 29, in Los Angeles


  7.    Beginning Experience and the Office of Family Life:  Beginning Experience Weekend, Friday, March 20, through Sunday, March 22, in Encino


  8.    Office for Worship:  Calendar of Upcoming Workshops


  9.    Divine Mercy Ministry:  Calendar of Upcoming Events



Important Information and Continuing Events:


10.     Emmaus Spiritual Ministries in Orange:  Calendar of Upcoming Events on Men’s Spirituality; and Enrichment for Spiritual Directors


11.     Pauline Books and Media in Culver City:  “Encountering God in Sacred Scripture” Retreat, Saturday, February 1


12.     Office of Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs; Sinai Temple in Los Angeles; and Good Shepherd Parish in Beverly Hills:  “The Pope’s Rabbi:  An Evening with Rabbi Abraham Skorka in Conversation with Fr. Edward Benioff and Rabbi Erez Sherman,” Tuesday, February 4, in Los Angeles


13.     Religious Education Congress:  Call for Choir Members for Congress Choir 2020; Rehearsals at Various Locations


14.     Separated and Divorced Ministry in the Office of Family Life:  “Healing the Hearts of the Family” with Judy McCord, L.M.F.T., Thursday, February 6, in South Pasadena


15.     Order of Malta and Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels:  Mass and Anointing of the Sick, Saturday, February 8, in Los Angeles


16.     Loyola Marymount University and Inward Bound Center for Nonprofit Leadership:  Free One-and-a-half Day Workshop, “Racism in America:  What is Mine to Do?” Saturday, February 8, and Sunday, February 9


17.     St. Linus Parish in Norwalk:  Marian Shrines Pilgrimage, Monday, May 11, through Sunday, May 24, in Europe; Payment Due by Tuesday, February 11


18.     Serra Retreat Center in Malibu:  Hispanic Women’s Retreat in Spanish, Friday, February 14, through Sunday, February 16


19.     Office of Native American Concerns:  “Healing Together Through Story Telling,” Tuesday, February 18, in San Gabriel


20.     Catholic Charities:  Walk with Bp. David O’Connell to Support Catholic Charities in the San Gabriel Region, Saturday, February 29, in La Puente


21.     Mission Doctors Association:  “A Heart for the World” Benefit Gala and Dinner, Saturday, March 7, in Los Angeles


22.     Holy Family Parish in South Pasadena and St. Monica Parish in Santa Monica:  Pilgrimage to see the Oberammergau Passion Play, Sunday, July 19, through Wednesday, July 29; Final Payment Due by Sunday, March 22


23.     Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health and Our Lady of Grace Parish in Encino:  Free Mental Health Workshops, Saturdays through April 18


24.     University Series Lenten Program and Our Lady of Grace Parish in Encino:  University Series Talks this Spring


25.     Office of Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs:  Abrahamic House Accepting Applications


26.     Catholic Charities of Los Angeles:  Free Services for People who Have Already Applied for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), Every Tuesday in Los Angeles


27.     Greater South Bay Catholic Co-ed Adult Softball League:  Players Needed for 2020 Season with Games in Torrance


28.     Get on the Bus Program:  Volunteers Needed


29.     Center for Religion and Spirituality at Loyola Marymount University:  Calendar of Events


30.     St. Andrew’s Abbey in Valyermo:  Calendar of Events


31.     Mary and Joseph Retreat Center in Rancho Palos Verdes:  Calendar of Events


32.     C.S.J. Center for Reconciliation and Justice at Loyola Marymount University:  “Justice and Spirituality on Screen” Series


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New This Week:


1.      Catholic Charities of Los Angeles:  Upcoming Workshops on Citizenship and DACA Application Assistance in February Throughout the Archdiocese

Catholic Charities of Los Angeles is sponsoring a number of free workshops and appointments:

Free Citizen Application Workshops:
Saturday, February 1, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., at the Pasadena Public Library, at 285 E. Walnut St., Pasadena, CA  91101.
Volunteers who speak English, Spanish, Arabic, Farsi, and Armenian will be available.
Appointments are recommended.  Please call 213-318-5713 or 213-318-5711 or contact:
SYaghazarian at ccharities.org<mailto:SYaghazarian at ccharities.org>.
and
Saturday, February 29, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., at Our Lady of Grace Parish in Encino.
Volunteers who speak English, Spanish, and Farsi will be available.
Appointments are recommended.  Please call 213-251-3484 or 818-342-4686 or contact:
GCebrero at ccharities.org<mailto:GCebrero at ccharities.org>.

For both of these free workshops, please bring:
Green card, Social Security card, and driver’s license or state identification card
Address, job history, and school history for the past five years
List of all trips taken outside of the United States for the past five years
Information on all children, former spouses, and current spouse
Check or money order for $725 made payable to the Department of Homeland Security; or qualifications for a fee waiver (2018 income tax with W-2 form; or proof of public benefits)

Free DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) Application Assistance (in partnership with the Archdiocese of Los Angeles):
Saturday, February 22, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., at Resurrection Parish in Los Angeles.
Volunteers who speak English and Spanish will be available.
Catholic Charities will pay the $495 fee to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
Appointments are recommended.  Please call 213-251-3484 or contact:
GCebrero at ccharities.org<mailto:GCebrero at ccharities.org>.
For these free appointments, please bring:
Employment authorization card
Social Security card
California driver’s license or state identification card
Copy of previous DACA application
Most recent approval notice (Notice of Action I-797)
Certified court disposition, if applicable



2.      Office for Vocations:  Priests versus Seminarians Basketball Game, Friday, February 7, in Chatsworth

The Office for Vocations is sponsoring a basketball game between priests and seminarians.  It will take place on Friday, February 7, at 7:00 p.m., at Chaminade College Preparatory Middle School in Chatsworth.  Doors open at 6:00 p.m.  Tickets are $10 each for adults.  For groups of 15 people or more registering together, cost is $7 each.  Students in grades kindergarten through twelfth grade are $5 each.  Children ages five and under are free, as are priests, seminarians, and members of religious communities.  Tickets can be purchased online at:

http://archla.org/basketball20

More information is also available on Facebook at:

https://www.facebook.com/events/1377470855759675/



3.      Altadena/Pasadena Black Catholic Association:  Black History Celebration Mass, Sunday, February 9, in Pasadena

The Altadena/Pasadena Black Catholic Association invites all to the Black History Celebration Mass, which will be on Sunday, February 9, at St. Andrew Parish in Pasadena.  The Mass will honor the life of Venerable Augustus Tolton.  Reception will follow the Mass.  All are welcome.  For more information, please contact Ms. Edwina Clay at 626-840-3562.



4.      Office of Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs; and Good Shepherd Parish in Beverly Hills:  Screening and Panel Discussion of “The Chosen,” Saturday, February 15

Good Shepherd Parish in Beverly Hills is hosting a Screening and Panel Discussion of “The Chosen” on Saturday, February 15, at 7:00 p.m.  Doors open at 6:30 p.m.  “The Chosen” is the first ever multi-season television series about the life of Jesus.  It is also the #1 crowd-funded media project of all time.  The show has a worldwide following and over five million views.  It is available online at:

studios.vidangel.com/the-chosen<http://studios.vidangel.com/the-chosen>.

The evening at Good Shepherd Parish will include a screening of one episode, a panel discussion, and a meet-and-greet with director Dallas Jenkins, technical advisor Fr. David Guffey, and cast member Jonathan Roumie, who was just awarded the 2020 Movieguide Grace Prize for his portrayal of Jesus on the show.  Tickets are $20 in advance or $25 at the door.  Tickets for children under 18 are $5.  For advance purchase, please contact the parish office at 310-285-5425 or access the parish website at:

gsbh.org<http://gsbh.org>

For more information, please contact Donald Carpenter at:

dfcarpenterjr at gmail.com<mailto:dfcarpenterjr at gmail.com>



5.      Southern California Renewal Communities:  “From Spiritual Warfare to Spiritual Blessings” Workshop, Saturday, February 22, in Sylmar

Southern California Renewal Communities is sponsoring a workshop, “From Spiritual Warfare to Spiritual Blessings,” on Saturday, February 22, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., at St. Didacus Parish in Sylmar.  Presenters will be Fr. Bob Garon and Mr. Dominic Berardino.  Presentations will include:  The Power of His Name:  From Spiritual Attack to Spiritual Freedom; God's Gifts of Spiritual Protection; and Spiritual Blessings from Heaven.  Mass will be included.  Registration for this event is $20 per person through Tuesday, February 18 (includes catered chicken lunch).  After that, including registration at the door, is $25.  (Lunch is guaranteed for those registering through Tuesday, February 18.  For questions, please call SCRC at 818-771-1361 or contact:

spirit at scrc.org<mailto:spirit at scrc.org>

Online registration is available at:

http://www.scrc.org



6.      Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels:  Mass in Honor of Beata Concepcion Cabrera de Armida, Saturday, February 29, in Los Angeles

The Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels in Los Angeles is celebrating a special Mass on Saturday, February 29, at 12:30 p.m.  It is in honor of the anniversary of the beatification of Bl. Conchita.  All are welcome.  For more information, please contact the Cathedral at 213-680-5200 or access:

http://www.olacathedral.org



7.      Beginning Experience and the Office of Family Life:  Beginning Experience Weekend, Friday, March 20, through Sunday, March 22, in Encino

Beginning Experience is part of an international ministry for those men or women who have experienced the loss of a spouse through death, divorce, or separation.  A “Beginning Experience” weekend will be held from Friday, March 20, through Sunday, March 22, at Holy Spirit Retreat Center in Encino.  This weekend helps a person move from the darkness of grief into the light of a new beginning with renewed hope.  “Beginning Experience” is recognized by the Office of Family Life.  To register for this weekend or obtain more information (including cost), please contact:
Peg Setti at 818-767-1007; or Brenda Mikhail at 818-352-5265; or Maria Rojas (Spanish) at 310-365-0186.  Questions can also be sent by email to:

beginningexp.losangeles at gmail.com<mailto:beginningexp.losangeles at gmail.com>



8.      Office for Worship:  Calendar of Upcoming Workshops

The Office for Worship is sponsoring the following workshops:

The Triduum
St. Matthias Parish in Huntington Park (English & Spanish)
Monday, March 9
6:30pm - 9:00pm
$15.00
http://store.la-archdiocese.org/el-triduo-pascual-st-matthias-2020
http://store.la-archdiocese.org/the-triduum-st-matthias-2020

Ministry of Hospitality
San Gabriel Mission in San Gabriel
Tuesday, March 10
6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
$20.00
http://store.la-archdiocese.org/hospitality-ministry-training-san-gabriel-mission-2020

The Triduum
Nativity Parish in Los Angeles (English & Spanish)
Wednesday, March 18
6:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
$15.00
http://store.la-archdiocese.org/el-triduo-pascual-nativity-2020
http://store.la-archdiocese.org/the-triduum-nativity-church-2020

Ministry of Consolation
St. Ignatius Parish in Los Angeles
10 Consecutive Sessions, Mondays, April 6, through June 8
7:00pm - 9:00pm
$15.00 per session
http://store.la-archdiocese.org/ministers-of-consolation-training-st-ignatius-church



9.      Divine Mercy Ministry:  Calendar of Upcoming Events

Divine Mercy Ministry is sponsoring the following events:

Lenten Retreat, “Divine Mercy and the Family in This Challenging Time.”  Saturday, March 14, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., at Sacred Heart Parish in Covina.  Presenters include:  Fr. Robert Spitzer, S.J.; Fr. Edward Broom, O.M.V.; Fr. Lou Cerulli; and Ms. Donna Lee.  Cost is $25 per person through Saturday, February 29.  After Saturday, February 29, cost is $35 per person.  Lunch is included.  For more information, please contact:

Estrella Mijares at 562-972-5675
Angelstar73 at earthlink.net<mailto:Angelstar73 at earthlink.net>

Ruby Gonzales at 626-482-1284

Lourdes Garrison at 714-585-9579

Pilgrimage to Egypt, the Holy Land, and Jordan.  Monday, June 15, through Sunday, June 28.  Chaplain:  Fr. Raphael Ddamba.  Land-only price is $3,199, with the single supplement an additional $899.  A deposit of $250 is due by Friday, February 21, with full payment due by Monday, March 23.  For more information, please contact:

Estrella and Angel Mijares at 562-972-5675
Angelstar73 at earthlink.net<mailto:Angelstar73 at earthlink.net>

Pilgrimage to Fatima, Spanish Shrines, Lourdes, and Rome.  Saturday, October 10, through Friday, October 23.  Chaplain:  Fr. Ruben Ruiz.  Land-only price is $2,999, with the single supplement an additional $599.  A deposit of $350 is due by Monday, May 18, with full payment due by Friday, July 17.  For more information, please contact:

Estrella and Angel Mijares at 562-972-5675
Angelstar73 at earthlink.net<mailto:Angelstar73 at earthlink.net>





Important Information and Continuing Events:


10.     Emmaus Spiritual Ministries in Orange:  Calendar of Events on Men’s Spirituality; and Enrichment for Spiritual Directors

Emmaus Spiritual Ministries, a ministry of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange, is sponsoring the following events.  All sessions will be held at St. Joseph Center at 434 S. Batavia St. in Orange.
“On the Road:  A Spirituality Series for Men,” is a multi-part series for men that will address various aspects of men’s spirituality.  The last installment of this series will be “Work, Money and Sex:  Is That All There Is?”  The presenter will be Fr. Jim Clarke, Ph.D.  It will be on Saturday, February 1, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.  Cost is $40 per person, and this workshop is open to men.  For more information, please access:

http://www.emmausspiritualministries.org/events/on-the-road-a-spirituality-series-for-men/

or call 714-744-3172.

“The Sojourner’s Well:  Refreshment for Spiritual Directors” is a nine-part series of sessions for experienced spiritual directors.  The sessions will address three themes:  companioning a diverse community; spiritual directors engaging the creative spirit within; and companioning others to realizing the fullness of God’s love.  Sessions have already started, and people are invited to all remaining sessions, or they may register for individual sessions.  They will all be held on Saturdays, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., through Saturday, June 20.  Cost is $50 per session.  For more information, please access:

http://www.emmausspiritualministries.org/events/the-sojourners-well-refreshment-for-spiritual-directors-a-nine-session-series-2019-20/

or call 714-744-3172.



11.     Pauline Books and Media in Culver City:  “Encountering God in Sacred Scripture” Retreat, Saturday, February 1

Pauline Books and Media in Culver City (3908 Sepulveda Blvd. in Culver City, CA  90230) is hosting a retreat, “Encountering God in Sacred Scripture,” with Sr. Patricia Shaules, F.S.P., on Saturday, February 1, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., with Mass available at 4:00 p.m.  How can we grow in our relationship with God?  Through Scriptural prayer.  In this retreat, we will deepen our awareness of God’s presence in Sacred Scripture and will learn several ways of praying with the bible so that our relationship with God will deepen and grow in love, knowledge, and trust.  Donation:  $30.  Lunch will be provided.  Please bring your bible.  Please register by calling 310-397-8676 or emailing:

culvercity at paulinemedia.com<mailto:culvercity at paulinemedia.com>



12.     Office of Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs; Sinai Temple in Los Angeles; and Good Shepherd Parish in Beverly Hills:  “The Pope’s Rabbi:  An Evening with Rabbi Abraham Skorka in Conversation with Fr. Edward Benioff and Rabbi Erez Sherman,” Tuesday, February 4, in Los Angeles

Sinai Temple, located at 10400 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA  90024, is hosting Rabbi Abraham Skorka on Tuesday, February 4, at 6:30 p.m.  Rabbi Abraham Skorka is one of Pope Francis' most trusted spiritual confidantes and friends.  The two first met in 1997 in Buenos Aires and struck up a friendship initially over sports but one that would lead to a co-authored book, On Heaven and Earth, and a series of public dialogues.  Rabbi Skorka will be joined by Father Edward Benioff, pastor of Good Shepherd Parish in Beverly Hills, and Fr. Benioff’s friend, Rabbi Erez Sherman of Sinai Temple, who will talk about their friendship.  The program is free and open to the public, but registration is required to gain access to the parking lot.  Please register by Monday, February 3, at:

member.sinaitemple.org/events<http://member.sinaitemple.org/events>

After the program, there will be a dinner at 8:00 p.m.  Cost for the dinner is $10 per person.

For more information, please contact Sandra Bossi at Good Shepherd Parish at:

ChristianUnityGS at gmail.com<mailto:ChristianUnityGS at gmail.com>.



13.     Religious Education Congress:  Call for Choir Members for Congress Choir 2020; Rehearsals at Various Locations

"Live Mercy, Be Holy”|“Vive la misericordia y la santidad”|“Sống Nhân Từ - Hãy Nên Thánh is the theme of the 2020 Los Angeles Religious Education Congress.  GIA composer and former Angeleno, Tony Alonso, has composed this year’s theme song for us!  He has truly gifted the Church with an inspiring work of art.

All are invited to consider participating in Congress Choir 2020.  The combined talents of nearly 300 musicians comprise the group that will provide the music for the final liturgies on Sunday, February 23.  Over 19,000 people attend these liturgies.

To participate, RSVP by clicking the following link and complete the online form by Wednesday, February 5, at:

https://tinyurl.com/CongressChoir2020

Several "first" rehearsals have been scheduled.  Choose from one of the following.

*Choose the one most convenient for, you:

*Los Angeles Area
Tuesday, February 11 at 7:30 p.m.
St Jerome Church
La Tijera exit at the 405 Fwy
5550 Thornburn St.
Los Angeles, CA  90045
Contact: John Flaherty, 310.338.2720

*San Diego rehearsal
Wednesday, February 12 at 6:30 P. M.
Home of Bob and Ginger Infantino
10866 Manacor Court
San Diego, CA 92124
Tierrasanta area, just off the I-15 or the 52.
Phone 858-256-9351 for information and directions

*Wednesday, February 12 at 6:00 p.m.
Franciscan Renewal Center
5802 East Lincoln Drive
Scottsdale, Arizona 85253-4124
Contact:  Norbert Zwickl
norbert at thecasa.org<mailto:norbert at thecasa.org>
480.948.7460 ext. 126 | Direct: 480.355.0346

*Bay Area Regional Rehearsal
Saturday, February 15, 2pm
Saint Augustine Catholic Church
3700 Callan Blvd, South San Francisco, CA
Contacts: Heidi Kelly-Tuason and Jennie Tolentino Malibiran
pianobyheidi at gmail.com<mailto:pianobyheidi at gmail.com>

*Inland Empire – Redlands/San Bernardino/Moreno Valley/Riverside
Tuesday, February 18 at 7:00 p.m.
The Holy Name of Jesus
115 West Olive Avenue
Redlands, CA 92373
Contact: Carlo Argoti
Email: cargoti at sbdiocese.org<mailto:cargoti at sbdiocese.org>

*Orange County
Tuesday, February 11 at 7:00 p.m.
San Antonio de Padua Catholic Church
5800 E Santa Ana Canyon Rd.
Anaheim, CA 92807
Contact: Ryan Clouse
email: ryanclousemusic at gmail.com<mailto:ryanclousemusic at gmail.com>

All living within a reasonable distance must attend this final rehearsal at:

Wednesday, February 19 at 7:30 p.m.
St. Linus Church
13913 Shoemaker Ave.,
Norwalk, CA 90650
Contact: Anna Betancourt
Email: Annalbetancourt at gmail.com<mailto:Annalbetancourt at gmail.com>

Should you have any questions, please contact John Flaherty at:
John.Flaherty at lmu.edu<mailto:John.Flaherty at lmu.edu>

Again, RSVP by Wednesday, February 5, to John Flaherty at:
https://tinyurl.com/CongressChoir2020



14.     Separated and Divorced Ministry in the Office of Family Life:  “Healing the Hearts of the Family” with Judy McCord, L.M.F.T., Thursday, February 6, in South Pasadena

Separated and Divorced Ministry in the Office of Family Life is sponsoring “Healing the Hearts of the Family,” a presentation by Judy McCord, L.M.F.T.  It will be held on Thursday, February 6, from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., at Holy Family Parish in South Pasadena.  It will be held in the parish’s Cardinal Manning Room.  This event is free and open to the public; however, reservations are requested.  To make a reservation, or for more information, please contact Julie Monell Auzenne at 213-637-7249 or at:

jmonell at la-archdiocese.org<mailto:jmonell at la-archdiocese.org>



15.     Order of Malta and Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels:  Mass and Anointing of the Sick, Saturday, February 8, in Los Angeles

The Western Association of the Order of Malta, along with the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, is hosting a Mass and Anointing of the Sick on Saturday, February 8, at 12:30 p.m., at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels in Los Angeles.  This celebration is being held in observance of the 2020 World Day of the Sick, which coincides with the feast day of Our Lady of Lourdes (February 11).  Archbishop José H. Gomez will preside at the Mass and Anointing.  Bishop Marc Trudeau will be the homilist.  The Mass is open to everyone.  All will join in praying for those suffering illness and their caregivers.  For more information, please contact Chuck Carroll at:

cecarroll at cbbank.com<mailto:cecarroll at cbbank.com>.



16.     Loyola Marymount University and Inward Bound Center for Nonprofit Leadership:  Free One-and-a-half Day Workshop, “Racism in America:  What is Mine to Do?” Saturday, February 8, and Sunday, February 9

Loyola Marymount University is hosting a free one-and-a-half-day workshop.  “Racism in America:  What is Mine to Do?” will be held on Saturday, February 8, from 12:00 noon to 5:00 p.m., continuing on Sunday, February 9, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  Endorsed by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops and Bishop David O’Connell, this workshop is an engaging, fast moving format on what you can do, now, to move the needle on racism.  No history lesson, panel discussion, debating current events.  Be challenged and inspired to discover the gifts of race, and how you can do your part to dismantle racism.  What the workshop is not:  There’s no history of racism. We don’t debate current events, make long presentations or convince others of our point of view.  We don’t cover other issues including gender, socioeconomic status, or age.  Expected outcomes include:  Discern ‘What Is Mine To Do’ when it comes to racial healing and reconciliation.  Learn how to start and stay in conversations about race, and how to respond when racism appears.  Difficult topics will include:  There will be unfinished business. Race relations aren’t fixed in a workshop.  Particularly for white participants, how to manage shutting down, defensiveness and certitude when talking about racism.  Gifts to be received may include:  Looking in their past, participants decide what experiences, beliefs and assumptions will be brought forward, and what to leave behind.  Masterful facilitators ensure honesty and respect prevail.  Every workshop is co-led by a white coach and a coach of color.  The experience features cross-race conversations.  Online registration is available at:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/racism-in-america-workshop-in-la-feb-8-12-5pm-feb-9-830-am-430-pm-tickets-88424882203

Due to a generous grant, this workshop is free to participants; however, freewill donations will be gratefully accepted.

For questions, please contact Catherine Perry at 404-386-8434 or at:

cperry at inwardboundcenter.org<mailto:cperry at inwardboundcenter.org>



17.     St. Linus Parish in Norwalk:  Marian Shrines Pilgrimage, Monday, May 11, through Sunday, May 24, in Europe; Payment Due by Tuesday, February 11

Fr. Adrian San Juan, administrator of St. Linus Parish in Norwalk, will be the spiritual director for a Marian Shrines Pilgrimage which will take place from Monday, May 11, through Sunday, May 24, and will include Fatima, Portugal; Assisi, Italy; the Vatican; Santiago de Compostela in Spain; and Lourdes, France.  Cost (which includes air fare, land travel, and hotel accommodations) is $3,995 per person (double occupancy).  Final payment is due by Tuesday, February 11.  For more information, please contact Fr. San Juan at 626-991-3235 or at:

fradriansj at la-archdiocese.org<mailto:fradriansj at la-archdiocese.org>



18.     Serra Retreat Center in Malibu:  Hispanic Women’s Retreat in Spanish, Friday, February 14, through Sunday, February 16

Hispanic Women’s Retreat. Retiro de Mujeres Hispanas con el Padre Raymundo Tintle, OFM y la Hermana Ines Telles, CSJ.  3pm Viernes Febrero 14 - 1pm Domingo Febrero 16.  Los Padres Franciscanos les invitan a un fin de semana “Para Seguir el Camino para vivir en la Paz.”  Un tiempo para conocer quien eres en los ojos de Dios.  Tomate unos días para tomar conciencia del amor a la compasión de Dios hacia ti.  El costo es $220 por persona por un cuarto doble, o $280 por persona por un cuarto privado (incluye 6 comidas).  Se requiere un depósito de $50 no reembolsable al tiempo de registrarte.  La invitación es para mujeres de todas las fes y doctrinas, y de distintos caminares.  Para más información favor de contactar el Centro al 310-456-6631 Ext. 10 o visite:

www.serraretreat.com<http://www.serraretreat.com>



19.     Office of Native American Concerns:  “Healing Together Through Story Telling,” Tuesday, February 18, in San Gabriel

The Office of Native American Concerns is sponsoring “Healing Together Through Story Telling” on Tuesday, February 18, from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., at San Gabriel Mission in San Gabriel.  It will be directed by Julia Bogany, Gabrieleno Tongva San Gabriel Band of Mission Indians; and they will be honored by the presence of Bishop David O’Connell.  This is a free event; drinks and snacks will be provided.  If you plan on attending, please respond to Sylvia Mendivil Salazar, Coordinator, at 626-755-9175 or at:

sylvia2018 at verizon.net<mailto:sylvia2018 at verizon.net>



20.     Catholic Charities:  Walk with Bp. David O’Connell to Support Catholic Charities in the San Gabriel Region, Saturday, February 29, in La Puente

All are invited to join Bp. David O’Connell to walk/run the track at Bishop Amat High School in La Puente on Saturday, February 29, from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., to pray the rosary, and help raise awareness and funds to support Catholic Charities San Gabriel Region programs and services that provide help and hope for the poor, marginalized, hungry, and homeless in our local communities, especially families with children.  Cost is $10 per person, and people are encouraged to raise additional funds.  Participants and teams can register on-line at:

https://charity.gofundme.com/o/en/campaign/footprints-2020



21.     Mission Doctors Association:  “A Heart for the World” Benefit Gala and Dinner, Saturday, March 7, in Los Angeles

The Mission Doctors Association is hosting its annual gala and dinner, “A Heart for the World,” on Saturday evening, March 7, at the City Club of Los Angeles, located at 555 S. Flower St., 51st floor, Los Angeles, CA  90071.  Cost is $275 per person.  The evening will celebrate the lifesaving work of the doctors of the Mission Doctors Association.  Purchase tickets online at:

https://www.missiondoctors.org/mission-doctors-auxiliary-benefit/



22.     Holy Family Parish in South Pasadena and St. Monica Parish in Santa Monica:  Pilgrimage to see the Oberammergau Passion Play, Sunday, July 19, through Wednesday, July 29; Final Payment Due by Sunday, March 22

For those not familiar with the Passion Play, it has been performed since 1634 in Oberammergau, a charming, picturesque village in Bavaria, Germany, at a time when the villagers of Oberammergau were beset by the plague.  In desperation, they made a promise to God to perform the Passion Play if God would spare them from this terrible pestilence.  Since then the Passion Play has been performed every 10 years, with one break because of the Second World War.  Hundreds of actors from Oberammergau participate in the production in one of the most extravagant productions of the Passion Play.  It is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
The pilgrimage dates are Sunday, July 19, through Wednesday, July 29, and there are a handful of places left on the pilgrimage.  In addition to Oberammergau, which we will visit at the end of our trip, we will be visiting some beautiful Central European cities, including Krakow in Poland (our starting point), Wadowice (the birthplace of St. John Paul II), and Czestochowa (where the Black Madonna is housed).  Additionally, we will spend several days in Czechia, visiting Kutna Hora (where we will visit the medieval Sedlec Monastery and the famous Ossuary Church), Prague, and Carlsbad, as well as Germany, visiting Regensburg, Erding, Munich, and Neuschwanstein (the Walt Disney Castle is modeled on Neuschwanstein Castle), before arriving at Oberammergau.  We will visit beautiful medieval churches, monasteries, castles and towns.
Below is the link to the full brochure, which you can also access by going to the banner on the Holy Family’s home page at:

www.holyfamily.org<http://www.holyfamily.org>.

The land price of $3,292 (single supplement is an additional $458) includes all costs, including two meals per day and accommodations in 3 and 4 star hotels.  We worked really hard to get the lowest price possible, as tickets to the Passion Play alone are very expensive!
https://gp.myfaithjourneys.com/documents/20/20007/Brochure%20-%20Passion%20Play%20-%20Holy%20Family%20and%20St.%20Monicas.pdf

For more information, please contact Andrell Panconi at 626-403-6107 or at:

apanconi at holyfamily.org<mailto:apanconi at holyfamily.org>



23.     Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health and Our Lady of Grace Parish in Encino:  Free Mental Health Workshops, Saturdays through April 18

Our Lady of Grace Parish in Encino is hosting a series of free Mental Health Workshops run by the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health.  They will take place on Saturdays, from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m., from now through April 18.  Topics will include:  Mental Health and Stigma; Anxiety; Depression; Grief and Loss; Suicide Prevention; and much more.  These events are free and open to the public.  For more information, please contact Beth Boyd at 818-906-3634.



24.     University Series Lenten Program and Our Lady of Grace Parish in Encino:  University Series Talks this Spring

Numerous parishes in various locations of the Archdiocese participate in the University Series Lenten Program, a series of adult education speakers addressing various topics of faith.  A new venue this year is Our Lady of Grace Parish in Encino.  Their events will be as follows:

Thursday March 26, 7:30 PM-9 PM
Topic: Is the Parable of the 'Prodigal Son' Really about Forgiveness?
Speaker: Fr. Benjamin Aguilar

Monday March 30, 7:30 PM - 9 PM
Topic: What should we really pray for?
Speaker: Fr. Tracy O'Sullivan

Thursday April 2, 7:30 PM - 9 PM
Topic: Prayer: One is not Enough
Speaker: Fr. Benjamin Aguilar

Events typically cost $8 to $10 per person per event.  A season pass is also available.

For ticket purchase and questions about the University Series Lenten Program, please contact:

www.theuniversityseries.org<http://www.theuniversityseries.org>
Office at theuniversityseries.org<mailto:Office at theuniversityseries.org>
(805) 496-0222

For questions about the events at Our Lady of Grace Parish in Encino, please contact Anisha Virgen at:

Anisha.Virgen at la-archdiocese.org<mailto:Anisha.Virgen at la-archdiocese.org>



25.     Office of Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs:  Abrahamic House Accepting Applications

Abrahamic House is a co-living, co-learning, and co-creating space.  It aims to create new spaces for interfaith education, exchange, and mobilization first here in Los Angeles, and eventually across the country.  The inaugural house was just secured in the Koreatown area of the City of Los Angeles.  Four fellows of four different religions (Muslim, Jewish, Christian, and Bahai; ages 21-35; female and male) live in the Abrahamic House together for 1-2 years.  They will plan 4-5 interfaith programs per month that fall under different categories (for example, a shared holiday experience, an educational panel on issues of shared concern, a social gathering, or something around volunteering/charity).  It will be about 6-8 hours of work per week, which is designed around the fellows' schedules.  Fellows receive a budget for this purpose.  In addition, fellows live rent-free and receive a small monthly stipend for food.  While applications have officially closed, Abrahamic House is still considering Catholic applicants who come specially recommended.  If interested, please contact Maia Ferdman at:

maia.ferdman at gmail.com<mailto:maia.ferdman at gmail.com>

The anticipated move-in date is March 2020.

For more information please visit the website at:

www.abrahamichouse.org<http://www.abrahamichouse.org>

or the Facebook page at:

https://m.facebook.com/abrahamichouse/



26.     Catholic Charities of Los Angeles:  Free Services for People who Have Already Applied for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), Every Tuesday in Los Angeles

Catholic Charities of Los Angeles is offering free services each Tuesday, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., at its offices at 1530 James M. Wood Blvd. in Los Angeles (near the intersection of James M. Wood Blvd. and Union Ave.).  They are helping people who have already applied for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) in their work with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (U.S.C.I.S.).  Please note that U.S.C.I.S. will not accept any initial DACA applications, nor will they accept Advance Parole requests.  Catholic Charities of Los Angeles will pay the U.S.C.I.S. filing fee of $495.  People coming need to bring the following documents:

Employment Authorization Card
Social Security Card
California State Identification Card or Driver’s License
Copy of previous DACA application
Most recent approval notice (Notice of Action I-797)
Certified court disposition (if applicable)

Appointments are recommended.  To schedule an appointment, or for more information, please call Catholic Charities of Los Angeles at 213-251-3484.



27.     Greater South Bay Catholic Co-ed Adult Softball League:  Players Needed for 2020 Season with Games in Torrance

Greater South Bay Catholic Co-ed Adult Softball League seeks players for their 2020 season.  Games are held on Sunday afternoons from February through June in Torrance.  Singles and couples welcome.  For more information, please contact Fred Lawler at 714-369-9516 or at:

fredlawler at hotmail.com<mailto:fredlawler at hotmail.com>



28.     Get on the Bus Program:  Volunteers Needed

The “Get on the Bus” Program is a non-profit program that unites children with their mothers and fathers in prison in California.  It is part of the Center for Restorative Justice Works (CRJW).  All are invited to consider being a volunteer.  To learn more about the program and to sign up, please contact the regional coordinator for your area:

For Los Angeles, San Fernando Valley, Lancaster, Ventura, and Santa Barbara, please contact:

Adriana Franco
Afranco at crjw.us<mailto:Afranco at crjw.us>
323-540-2233

For San Gabriel Valley and Long Beach, please contact:

Robert Martinez
rmartinez at crjw.us<mailto:rmartinez at crjw.us>
626-374-0794

For more information, please access:
https://crjw.us/programs/get-on-the-bus/



29.     Center for Religion and Spirituality at Loyola Marymount University:  Calendar of Events

The Center for Religion and Spirituality at Loyola Marymount University is sponsoring the following events.  Clicking on the title provides more information, including cost and registration:

Workshop: "Call to Detachment: Theology and Spirituality of Meister Eckhart"<https://cal.lmu.edu/event/lmux200208?utm_campaign=widget&utm_medium=widget&utm_source=Loyola+Marymount+University> with Dr. Jim Finley and Dr. Charlotte Radler
Saturday, February 8, 10:30am to 3:30 pm
A two-part workshop with Dr. Jim Finley and Dr. Charlotte Radler exploring the mystical theology of Meister Eckhart (ca. 1260-1328). Dr. Jim Finley will open the day with an introductory poetic exploration of Meister Eckhart’s foundational teachings.  In the afternoon, Dr. Charlotte Radler will discuss Meister Eckhart’s mystical theology and will focus on such key themes as love, detachment, and mystical union. .  Through moments of reflection and discussion, we will explore how we can learn to stabilize in a habitual awareness of the divinity of our lives.

Workshop: "Mindful Communication"<https://cal.lmu.edu/event/lmux200215?utm_campaign=widget&utm_medium=widget&utm_source=Loyola+Marymount+University> with Maureen Shannon-Chapple
Saturday, February 15, 9am to 12pm
This workshop will explore the intersection between mindfulness practice and social justice work, with special attention to developing mindful communication skills. How do we effectively communicate, especially in conflict situations, in a way that reflects the values and insights nurtured in the quiet of meditation? How do we express the practice in active, socially engaged contexts? Guided practice periods and communication exercises will be included as ways to inspire our own responses to these important questions.

Workshop: "The Darkness of God: Loss, Suffering and the Common Life"<https://cal.lmu.edu/event/lmux200321?utm_campaign=widget&utm_medium=widget&utm_source=Loyola+Marymount+University> with Dr. Douglas Christie
Saturday, March 21, 9am to 2pm
Darkness figures importantly within Christian spirituality and mysticism. Sometimes it reflects a sense of the profound mystery of God, who exists beyond all language and concepts, in a “Cloud of Unknowing” or a “Dark Silence.” Other times it reflects a sense of loss and suffering that befalls human beings on their spiritual journey. This workshop will consider the importance of darkness within Christian contemplative practice and ask how a greater attention to this dimension of spiritual practice can help us navigate the complexity and uncertainty of life.

Retreat: Easter and the Holy Spirit: Day of Reflection and Prayer<https://cal.lmu.edu/event/lmux200419a?utm_campaign=widget&utm_medium=widget&utm_source=Loyola+Marymount+University> with Fr. Randy Roche and Ms. Elsy Arevalo
Sunday, April 19, 9:30 am to 3pm
Join us for a day of prayer, reflection, and fellowship focusing on the meaning of Easter. We will close the day together with a Eucharistic celebration.

Workshop: "Aging with Wisdom and Grace"<https://cal.lmu.edu/event/lmux200425a?utm_campaign=widget&utm_medium=widget&utm_source=Loyola+Marymount+University> with Drs. Wilkie and Noreen Cannon Au
Saturday, April 25, 9am to 12pm
In their most recent book, Aging with Wisdom and Grace, the Au’s present a spirituality of aging, which explores the role that faith can play in optimal aging by providing a Christian perspective on such topics as: loss and diminishment, loneliness and suffering, death and dying. The workshop will also reflect on many of the issues that confront older people, such as dealing with past regrets and unhealed wounds, learning how to forgive, maintaining a sense of self-worth by contributing to others, and sustaining hope and gratitude in the face of decline.

For more information about any of their workshops, please call 310-338-2799 or access:

http://extension.lmu.edu/crs



30.     St. Andrew’s Abbey in Valyermo:  Calendar of Events

Saint Andrew's Abbey, Valyermo, CA , has openings, or a waiting list,  for these upcoming preached retreats.  Please call 661-944-2178, or email the retreat office at:

retreats at valyermo.com<mailto:retreats at valyermo.com>

to make reservations or for more information.

The Abbey also takes reservations for private retreats. Usually openings are for Monday through Thursday nights at $85 per person per night. Please call or email the retreat house for availability.

www.saintandrewsabbey.com<http://www.saintandrewsabbey.com/>

2020 Preached Retreats<https://www.saintandrewsabbey.com/category_s/307.htm>

FEBRUARY<https://www.saintandrewsabbey.com/category_s/424.htm>
25-28 Lenten Silent Retreat<https://lentensilentretreat2020.eventzilla.net/web/event?eventid=2138740927>

MARCH<https://www.saintandrewsabbey.com/category_s/425.htm>
23-27 Priests' Retreat: Walking in the Way of the Heart Through the Gospel of John<https://priestsretreat2020feb.eventzilla.net/>
29 Taller Cuaresmal en Español<https://tallercuaresmal2020.eventzilla.net/web/event?eventid=2138740921>



31.     Mary and Joseph Retreat Center in Rancho Palos Verdes:  Calendar of Events

Mary and Joseph Retreat Center in Rancho Palos Verdes is offering the following events:
A Journey through World Beliefs with Misty Jesse, PhD, DMin, Director of Evangelization, St. John Fisher Church
Saturday, February 8, 9am to 4pm
In a global world, religious communities do not live in isolation from other religious communities. As seekers we are engaged in forging relationships with a diversity of religious life that permeates our cultural, social and political environment. This retreat provides an introduction to the world's major religions as they are practiced globally and will include the origins, teachings, devotional practices, institutions and cultural expressions of Hinduism, Buddhism, Native American, Judaism, Islam and Christianity. By gaining an understanding of these religions retreat participants will be able to identify similarities and differences of thought and practice helping them to develop skills necessary to engage in respectful and fruitful dialogue with other religions. Dr. Misty Jesse is the Director of Evangelization at St. John Fisher Church in Rancho Palos Verdes, CA. Her more recent educational credentials include: Chaplain Certification-American Chaplain Assoc.; Pastoral Care Certification - LMU; Catechist Certification, LA Archdiocese; PhD from Oxford Graduate School-American Center; DMin from Biblical Studies and Leadership, Master's International University of Divinity, IN. Cost: $50 Lunch included
Printable pdf flier with Tear-off
http://www.maryjoseph.org/pdfs/2-8%20Journey%20Beliefs%20tear%20web.pdf
Click here for online registration
https://giving.ncsservices.org/App/Form/0862db07-c50b-4611-91cc-7f2f75a3a4cf
FB: https://www.facebook.com/events/2579679765420903/

Valentine’s Day Couples Dinner & Celebration with Rev. Jim Clarke, PhD, Director of Evangelization, LA Archdiocese
Friday, February 14,  5 to 9pm
Wouldn’t you love to spend an evening with your beloved to rekindle your love, revitalize your romance, and rejoice in the sacrament of your union? Celebrate your love this Valentine’s Day with a dinner by candlelight, the sharing of Eucharist, and a very special renewal of your marriage vows. Please bring a wedding photo and a symbol of your faith.  Reservations are required. Cost Per Couple: $120
Printable pdf flier with Tear-off
http://www.maryjoseph.org/pdfs/2-14%20Valentine's%20Day%20tear.pdf
Click here for online registration
https://giving.ncsservices.org/App/Form/4bf3772a-1b24-4413-a269-01bf260c3c4b
FB: https://www.facebook.com/events/2225957117695637/

A Gift of Wonder with Christine Aroney-Sine, MD
Saturday, February 15, 10am to 4pm
Wonder is a beautiful gift from God. Awe-inspiring feelings can change our approach to life and to God. Yet most of us are awe-deprived. Listen, create, be inspired as we learn to re-wonder the world. Together, we will revitalize our relationship to our awe inspiring God. Join Christine, founder and facilitator for the popular contemplative blog godspacelight.com as she applies her unique skills to create new spiritual practices that draw us into greater intimacy with God. Bring your journal, your Bible and your imagination. Christine is a contemplative activist, medical practitioner, passionate gardener, author, and liturgist. Christine loves messing with spiritual traditions and inspiring followers of Jesus to develop creative approaches to spirituality that intertwine the sacred through all of life. She is the founder and facilitator for the popular contemplative blog godspacelight.com. Her most recent book is The Gift of Wonder: Creative Practices for Delighting in God. (IVP 2019) Cost: $50 Lunch included
Printable pdf flier with Tear-off:
http://www.maryjoseph.org/pdfs/2-15%20Gift%20of%20Wonder%20tear%20web.pdf
Click here for online registration:
https://giving.ncsservices.org/App/Form/69051429-b4ce-4d9d-90e9-bcc33faee4b6
FB: https://www.facebook.com/events/2065006123602227/

Let it Be ~ A 12 Step Retreat for Women with John McAndrew, MA, MDiv
7:00pm Friday, February 21 to 1:30pm Sunday, February 23, 2020
Join other women in recovery for a weekend of community and spiritual exploration as we consider how we develop emotional- and spiritual- sobriety utilizing the language of the heart. We'll look at how the 12 Steps help us to find balance and foster healthy relationships. Bring your Big Book- and a friend! John McAndrew is a counselor, musician, theologian, teacher, and poet in long-term recovery from the disease of addiction. Formerly Director of Spiritual Care at the Betty Ford Center in Rancho Mirage, he currently resides in Arroyo Grande, CA, offering spiritual counseling and coaching for individual clients, as well as providing  Spiritual Care for Hospice patients. www.sensiblespirituality.org<http://www.sensiblespirituality.org>    Cost per person/shared $250; single $350; commuter $160
Printable pdf flier with Tear-off:
http://www.maryjoseph.org/pdfs/2-21%20McAndrew%20tear%20web.pdf
Click here for online registration:
https://giving.ncsservices.org/App/Form/a20dad98-b4af-42e9-835b-2df43bfbbbc7
FB: https://www.facebook.com/events/555651751886422/

Ongoing Retreats & Events:

New! Prayer Sparks for Seniors  with Pat Rico
Second Thursday of each month, 9-11am
Prayer Sparks for Seniors is a two-hour period of time (retreat) dedicated to rejuvenating the spiritual life of each participant.  Come and spend time praying, sharing and opening your hearts to the Holy Spirit, who will enlighten our hearts in the love and devotion to the Church, the Holy Eucharist, and the Blessed Virgin Mary. Themes and topics will evolve around the three pillars just listed, and will include scripture readings, guided prayer moments and time for sharing and reflecting. The only requirement will be an openness to the Holy Spirit! Participants are encouraged to bring a Bible and a rosary. Pat Rico has been a Catholic educator and retreat leader for over 30 years. From this vast and varied experience of living in the Spirit, she has experienced and shared the Sparks of God's love with many diverse groups from young children, to teenagers, to adults and to Seniors. She brings her love of the Church, the Eucharist, and the Blessed Virgin Mary to every retreat. As a musician and cantor, she will lead you in prayer and in song to revive your spirit, your heart and your soul. Cost: $15 each session ~ Register by phone or mail
Printable pdf flier with Tear-offhttp://www.maryjoseph.org/pdfs/0%202020%20Prayer%20Sparks%20tear%20web.pdf
FB: https://www.facebook.com/events/732646807228737/
Centering Prayer Group
Greg Johnson & Herb Kaighan
Second & Fourth Wednesdays each month, 7:30-9pm
Centering Prayer is a relationship with God and a practice to foster that relationship. It is a movement beyond conversation to communion and union with God. It prepares us for the gift of contemplation. Centering Prayer is not meant to replace other kinds of prayer; rather it casts new light & depth of meaning on all types of prayer. Come and pray with us. Cost: Donation
Printable pdf flier with Tear-off
http://www.maryjoseph.org/pdfs/2019%20Centering%20Prayer.pdf

Women’s Spiritual Friendship Circle
Second Saturday of each month through June 2020, 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon
Spiritual Friendship Circles (SFC) gather to assist one another in an ongoing awareness of God in all parts of life. Using group spiritual direction we meet to share our faith journey in a safe and sacred space led by a rotating team of spiritual directors.  Cost: Donation



32.     C.S.J. Center for Reconciliation and Justice at Loyola Marymount University:  “Justice and Spirituality on Screen” Series

The C.S.J. Center for Reconciliation and Justice at Loyola Marymount University invites you to the Justice and Spirituality on Screen series, a film series that engages questions of faith and culture through the lens of modern cinema.  Screenings are held on Tuesday nights, 7-9 p.m., at the L.M.U. Playa Vista Campus (12105 W. Waterfront Drive, Suite 200, Los Angeles) and are free and open to the public; RSVP is requested at:

https://lmuthisweek.lmu.edu/2019/08/23/justice-and-spirituality-on-screen/

February 4
Technology and the Human Imagination (clip night)
https://cal.lmu.edu/event/csjfilm200204

March 10
“Elysium”
https://cal.lmu.edu/event/csjfilm200310

April 7
“Big Hero 6”
https://cal.lmu.edu/event/csjfilm200407

For more information, contact the CSJ Center at 310-568-6694 or at:

https://academics.lmu.edu/csjcenter/



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