All are invited to join the Archdiocese of Los Angeles as we celebrate our annual Healthcare Professionals Mass. The Healthcare Professionals Mass, also known as the ‘White Mass’ has been a tradition in the United States since the late 1800s. The White Mass was originally named for the white lab coats worn by many in the healthcare profession. Healthcare workers bring God’s love and care to every person they meet seeking to heal the body and spirit.
This special Mass honors our dedicated Healthcare Professionals as they continue the healing ministry of Jesus Christ. Those involved in the healthcare field including: physicians, nurses, chaplains, physical therapists, mental health caregivers, chiropractors, receptionists, administration, dietary staff, lab workers and all who work to keep our community healthy will be honored.
This year’s Mass will take place:
Sunday, October 25th at 3:30 PM
Live streamed from the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels.
Please join us through the livestream to celebrate the work done by our dedicated health care professionals. We wish to honor and thank them for their sacrifices and care, especially in this time of the pandemic.
During the Mass, all healthcare professionals will receive a special blessing from our celebrant, Archbishop Jose Gomez.
Please RSVP for this Special Mass at:
Please direct any questions to Ann Sanders, Liaison to Healthcare Ministry.