Do you ever wonder where we get this information or, how to get your important information submitted for consideration? It all gets submitted by email from parishioners and surrounding parishes and Archdiocesan ministries, it is then evaluated for timeliness, relevancy and space considerations. If you have news on your upcoming parish events, or results or pictures from events previously mentioned we would love to hear from you! Or, as a parishioner, let us know if there is information you would like to see included too. The weekly submission deadline for articles toappear in this Bulletin is Monday at Noon. Due to printing deadlines, this deadline is strictly adhered to. Submissions must be made by e-mail only addressed toBulletin@stdorothy.org. Current updated submissions must be made each week. Telephone inquiries may be made to 626.914.3941, ext. 117. Please limit submissions to 200 words. Due to space limitations,submissions may beedited. Additional guidelines for all forms of parish communication can be found on the parish website. Your cooperation and understanding is appreciated.

The Pastor's Corner


Love Your Enemies 

Love your enemies.—Matthew 5:38-48 

Can you picture getting to heaven, and the first person you meet is the one you liked least on earth? It’s possible. 

After all, God loves that person just as much as he loves you. 




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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