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This is an invitation to you and your family to join us, the F.A.I.T.H. Ministry to Pray for Human Trafficking Victims this evening, Thursday, February 8th at 7:00 p.m. St. Lawrence Martyr Church, Mary Side. Fr. Pat Torres and Deacon Dale will lead the Rosary on the Feast of Saint Bakhita, patron saint of human trafficking.

We will be praying special Sorrowful Mysteries against Human Trafficking: trafficking of daughters and sons of God, trafficking of children, trafficking for labor and sexual exploitation and in organs.

A Sudanese-born slave, Saint Bakhita became a Canossian Religious Sister and in 2000 was canonized by Pope St. John Paul II. Pope Francis reminds us those who suffer from this modern day slavery are the “least among us” and we are called to renew our commitment to improve the human condition.

For additional information or questions, please contact F.A.I.T.H. Ministry (424) 212-6501 or by email:

We hope to see you this evening
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Please see this note from the RB Chamber of Commerce.

Dear Neighbors:

On Sunday February 4, 2018, the City of Redondo Beach will be hosting the 40th Annual Super Bowl 10K race in Redondo Beach near the Pier/Harbor areas. It is expected there will be approximately 8000 participants. Traffic delays and parking concerns are expected in the areas west of Pacific Coast Hwy, and south of Herondo Street extending to the Riviera Village, between the hours of 6 AM and 11 AM. Questions about this event you can contact the Redondo Beach Chamber of Commerce or Kevin Carrera with Spectrum Sports Management (909) 399-3553....
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As members of St. Lawrence Martyr Roman Catholic Community,
We are called to…


fully and actively with one another in Prayer and Liturgy, going forth to witness to its spirit in our daily lives

Foster and Preserve

a community where all are invited, welcomed, loved and appreciated

Challenge Ourselves

constantly to see Christ within and among us


ourselves in the Scriptures and the Tradition of the Catholic Church, thereby developing the tools to share our faith


people in need, bring about justice where there is inequity, defend human dignity, and promote peace


that parish leadership is the responsibility of the entire community and encourage members to answer that call