Adult Faith Development

Our Mission Statement:

To deepen and enhance the faith of our parish community enabling us to fully understand, live, defend, & love our Catholic faith

Our Goals & Objectives:

We will grow in our understanding of the depth, richness, & tradition of our Catholic faith through the use of both Catholic media from highly regarded theologians, apologists, & scholars, as well as through presentations by experts in Catholic teaching.As we become better educated, we will be able to defend the truths of our faith against any misunderstandings about our Catholic beliefs & practices.

Weekly presentations: Wednesday evenings from 7:00–8:30 pm in the Parish Hall from September - May.

Upcoming 2017 -2018 Schedule:

For more information, contact the Religious Education Dept. at (626)335-2811 x 104 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The Pastor's Corner



Dear Brothers and Sisters,

I saw this reflection from “Illustrated Sunday Homilies” written by Rev. Mark Link published by Resources for Christian Living and wanted to share it with you today.

       The woman’s aggressiveness in today’s Gospel illustrates an important truth about faith.

       It is this: Faith is not something passive; it ‘s something active and aggressive.

       Let me illustrate what I mean by being aggressive.

There’s an old Jewish Legend about Moses.


About Our Church

Welcome to the website of St. Dorothy Catholic Church in Glendora, CA.

On this site there is information about our church and location, our schools and care facility. You will also find our history, and the most important aspect of our life together, the celebration of the sacraments.

We are an active Christian faith community. We are a parish within the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles. Over the years, the parish has been served by religious orders as well as by diocesan priests.

We are equally blessed by a tremendous diversity among our parishioners. We have a large age range from babies and school children to the retired and elderly. As well, ethnic communities bring a richness to our parish. We believe that no matter what our age, culture or ethnicity we are brothers and sisters and together form the Body of Christ, the church in this place and time.

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