Christ is risen!

Please click here to view the latest video message from Archbishop Gomez on the reopening of the churches in Archdiocese of Los Angeles


Welcome to our website! 

Welcome to our parish! 

Holy Redeemer- St. James the Less is a Catholic community that welcomes all.  Here we focus on worship, evangelization and service!

Aware of the the great command of the Lord to "love with all your heart, mind and strength," we worship God - always faithful to the apostles' teachings - through the Mass, sacraments and prayer.

Aware of the great command of the Lord to "be holy as your heavenly Father is holy," we support each other in growth as disciples of the Lord, conscious of His working in our lives and willing to share our story with others.

Aware of the great command of the Lord to "love our neighbor," we serve others through our various outreach programs and ministries. 


We hope you will join us in these great tasks!

For a Lectio Divina on the Solemnity of the Ascension, please click here.

Click here for the HRSJ Sunday Mass video

You can watch HRSJ Mass: 

every Sunday at 8:30am


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Click here for a guide to preparing for Mass at home





Please click here for a link to the Cathedral Livestream for Mass

and updates from the Archbishop


watch the televised Mass from the Cathedral on Sundays at 10am on

KCOP Channel 13


Please click here for a list of prayer and Mass resources


Weekly Offering

Many parishioners have called asking about their weekly offertory during this difficult time.  We thank you for thinking of us and wish to let you know you can mail in your offertory, drop the envelope in the office mail drop or sign up for WeShare online giving by clicking on the Stewardship tab above, then click Giving.  We greatly appreciate your concern.


  All physical parish group meetings have been canceled until further notice.

We continue to pray for all those affected by the Cover-19 virus.  We especially want to thank all

of our parishioners

who are healthcare professionals doing God's work by aiding those suffering from this virus.