Welcome to St. Lawrence O'Toole





We are a parish that welcomes everyone at any stage in their journey of faith, and we welcome everyone, young and old. 

We are committed to creating an atmosphere of acceptance and charity where everyone can flourish and grow to be what God wants them to be.

Jesus Christ is the center of all we do, and he alone gives meaning to our lives and our mission.  We are here to lead people closer to him, convinced that he is the path to true joy and to salvation for all.

We are a parish that looks to form committed, active disciples of Jesus Christ rather than passive attendees and we challenge everyone to continual growth in holiness through personal prayer, Eucharistic Adoration, Christian service and  worship.

St. Lawrence is a parish with a deep sense of mission to the lost and the doubting.  Here they will find true followers of Jesus to walk beside them.

We love to serve the poor, the immigrant, the marginalized and all God’s people without distinction.

We are a youth oriented parish, and we challenge them to lead lives of true Christian integrity, convinced that they are capable of opening their hearts to the transforming power of grace.

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Mass Times

Daily Mass: 7:30am & 9:00am in the Parish Center Chapel (2nd Floor)

Saturday: 9:00am, 5:30pm & 7:30pm (Spanish)

Sunday: 8:00am, 9:30am, 11:00am, 12:30pm & 5:30pm (Teen Mass)


Monday - Friday  9:30am - 10:00pm in the Parish Center Chapel (2nd Floor)


Saturday from 4:30pm - 5:15pm and by appt. 





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