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La Placita/Olvera Street

125 Paseo De La Plaza
Los Angeles
CA 90012

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LA State Historic Park

1245 N Spring St
Los Angeles
CA 90012

Schedule

January 19, 2019

La Placita/Olvera Street

11:00am
Youth/Young Adult Rally
12:00pm
Doors Open
12:30pm
Event Begins

LA State Historic Park

2:00pm
Festival
4:00pm
Program Concludes

Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels

5:00pm
Requiem Mass for the Unborn

Imperial Western at Union Station, Downtown LA

7:00pm
Young Adult After Party

Speakers & Performers

Coming soon!

  • Jamie Grace Harper

    Jamie is a brilliant award-winning singer/songwriter and guitarist, but she's an even more brilliant human being,

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  • Lizzie Velasquez

    “A Brave Heart: the Lizzie Velasquez Story”/ “Unzipped”

    Anti-bullying activist. Beauty and empowerment in all life.

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  • Nancy Sanchez

    Nancy Sanchez is a natural musician and artist. Her album was selected as part of NPR’s Alt. Latino’s Best of 2017 list.

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  • Beatriz Sandoval

    Beatriz worked as a Physical Education teacher, business woman and volunteer working with troubled youth to keep them off the streets.

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  • Connor Flanagan

    Dayton Ave Productions

    As a musician through Dayton Ave Productions, Connor creates a new take on music- branded as “where worship meets hip-hop”. He provides an authentic stage presence and unique musical experience.

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  • Gloria Purvis

    Gloria Purvis, as a public speaker and teacher for Natural Family planning is dedicated to promoting the sanctity of human life, marriage, and the dignity of human persons.

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  • Damon Owens

    joytob

    As the founder and executive director of joytob, Damon promotes a culture of marriage and respect through his talks on marriage, sexuality, Theology of the Body, Theology of the Family, adoption, and NFP.

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  • Rick Smith

    Hope Story

    As the founder of Hope Story, Rick provides inspiration and encouragement to parents whose child has just received a Down syndrome diagnosis.

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  • Dr. José Villela

    In 2010 an accident changed Jose’s life. He is currently a psychiatrist, paralympic swimmer and lecturer.

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  • Ryan O’Hara

    Ryan uses his outreach position to impassion people to grow in spiritual maturity and become apostles to others.

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  • Melissa Zavala

    The Sower Ministry Los Angeles

    Melissa Zavala is a worship leader, speaker and entrepreneur from Los Angeles, CA. She is the founder of The Sower Ministry Los Angeles chapter, which is a young adult’s charismatic prayer and worship ministry, and currently serves as the ministry leader and band leader.

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  • Karyme Lozano

    Karyme Lozano is one of the most prominent international television stars today, three times chosen as one of People in Español’s ‘50 Most Beautiful People’.

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  • Mario Alberto Perez

    Mario Alberto, was born in Delicias, Chihuahua, México. He graduated as an Electro-mechanical engineer and since 1990, after a personal encounter with Jesus, he is a singer and music writer. Ever since, Mario started to write songs about his faith experiences.

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  • Bárbara Padilla

    Runner up of the biggest talent show America’s Got Talent, soprano Bárbara Padilla possesses an amazing life story.

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  • Abby Johnson

    And Then There Were None

    As the founder of And Then There Were None, Abby and her ministry has helped over 470 workers leave the abortion industry and further a Pro-Life movement.

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FAQ

  • When is OneLife LA?

    OneLife LA 2019 is on Saturday, January 19, 2019.

  • What is OneLife LA?

    Celebrating its 5th year, OneLife LA is a walk for life and family-friendly festival in downtown Los Angeles celebrating the beauty and dignity of every human life from conception to natural death.

  • Where is OneLife LA held?

    The walk begins in Downtown LA at La Placita/Olvera Street, 125 Paseo De La Plaza, and concludes with a festival at LA State Historic Park at 1245 N Spring Street.

  • Where can I register?

    You can register right here, for free. Join the fun! Register yourself, your family, or your whole group.

  • Where should the buses drop us off?

    Buses should drop off at La Placita/Olvera Street on North Los Angeles Street between the Old Plaza and Fr Serra Park. They will then park in the designated spaces along 1245 N Spring Street. Afterwards, participants will find their buses parked along the length of the park on Spring Street.

  • Is OneLife LA Free?

    OneLife LA is a free event, open to the public. Speakers, entertainment and music are all free! Just bring your own lunch or cash for food and parking!

  • Can I represent my school, community, parish or organization?

    Bring your own signs, shirts and sweaters (keep ‘em positive!) with you! Don’t have a sign? You can make one and bring it, or we’ll have some for you to carry.

  • What should I bring?

    Come prepared with water, hats and sunscreen to OneLife LA! No outside chairs or tables of any kind are allowed in the park, so be sure to bring your picnic blankets!

  • Do you have a recommended bus company?

    We do not have a recommended bus company. We let each group decide on a company that best fits their needs.

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