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Reminder - You are invited to attend a “Care and Prepare: Finding Loving Care at the End of Life” information session. The Providence institute for Human Caring is hosting the session, providing vital information on Church Teaching on End of Life, Protecting Loved Ones With Advance Directives, and Caring Pastorally at the End of Life. The event will be held at St Lawrence Martyr Parish, 1940 S Prospect, Redondo Beach – Collins Hall - Tuesday October 18, 2016; St Patrick and Francis rooms, 7pm-9pm. ... See MoreSee Less

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We have a new ministry here at St Lawrence! Tell a Friend!
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Moms of Little Ones (MOLO)! We would love for you to join us in our new St. Lawrence moms group for moms with children aged 0 through preschool. We will meet once a month on Friday mornings from 9:30am to 11:30am in the hall. Our first meeting will be on Friday, October 7. Child care is provided. As a small community, we will gather to hear faith-filled speakers, pray together, share with one other and find companionship and encouragement on our walks as mothers. To register or ask questions, please email Kelly Behrens ( and Lindy Wynne ( If possible, we would like to ask each participant for a $25 contribution for the year to pay for speaker appreciation gifts, etc. Looking forward to hopefully receiving your registration!
Lots of love and prayers,
Lindy and Kelly
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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