Our Mission
Proyecto Pastoral at Dolores Mission is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization working in the economically and politically disenfranchised community of Boyle Heights to empower the community personally and socially by developing grassroots projects in education, leadership, and service.

Our Approach
Proyecto Pastoral takes pride in its commitment to a grassroots approach in which local community members play a critical role in the planning, design and implementation of programs and services.
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Proyecto Pastoral's Programs

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Events

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June 24

6pm: BHPN: Pueblo del Sol: Zumba, Mendez HS

June 24

6pm: ECE: Reading Roads Workshop, Centro de Alegria

June 26

6pm: BHPN: Pueblo del Sol: Zumba, Mendez HS

July 1

6pm: BHPN: Pueblo del Sol: Zumba, Mendez HS

July 1

6pm: ECE: Reading Roads Workshop, Centro de Alegriae.

July 3

6pm: BHPN: Pueblo del Sol: Zumba, Mendez H

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News

Vendia Tortillas por Internet (video)

Vendia Tortillas por Internet

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Fue el día de la Virgen de Guadalupe pero también de otros religiosos. La Iglesia Misión Dolores conmemoró ayer sus 25 años de trabajo dando refugio a las personas sin hogar, en especial a los inmigrantes recién llegados a México.

El "Proyecto Guadalupano" celebra 25 años como refugio de immigrantes

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Education Campaign Talking Points

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Vender tortillas los fines de semana para pagar sus estudios universitarios, fue tan solo unas de las muchas cosas que Raquel Román tuvo que hacer para obtener su título universitario en Estudios Chicanos, de la California State University en Northridge (CSUN), el próximo 22 de mayo.

Estudiante latina paga su carrera con tortillas

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Tortillas and business savviness helped Raquel Roman make it through CSUN. Tortillas, plus a lot of hard work, late nights that slipped into early mornings drinking coffee and studying at her grandmother’s kitchen table and the ability to juggle her time and operate on very little sleep.

Raquel Roman, CSUN Outstanding Grad

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