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OneLife LA is more than one beautiful day. OneLife LA is our vision for a new way of life. The vision for society as God wants it to be.

- Archbishop Gomez

Why OneLife LA

  1. OneLife LA is a walk for life in downtown LA for all of Southern California.
  2. We celebrate the beauty and dignity of every human life from conception to natural death.
  3. OneLife ends with a festival, live music, food trucks, and inspiring speaker testimonies.
  4. Through our Community Partners, OneLife acts as a catalyst for change and service in our neighborhoods.

Our History

2015

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Our first ever OneLife LA brought 15,000 to downtown LA to celebrate life! The dream was born.

Our first ever OneLife LA brought 15,000 to downtown LA to celebrate life! The dream was born.

2016

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In 2016, we grew to 20,000 people! OneLife was first live broadcast worldwide, and had a rockstar in Nick Vujicic from Life without Limbs.

In 2016, we grew to 20,000 people! OneLife was first live broadcast worldwide, and had a rockstar in Nick Vujicic from Life without Limbs.

2017

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OneLife 2017 moved to Expo Park, invited lots more food trucks, and expanded the celebration to be a true festival for life.

OneLife 2017 moved to Expo Park, invited lots more food trucks, and expanded the celebration to be a true festival for life.

2018

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35,000 joined us at the brand new LA State Historic Park - our biggest walk yet! Keynote Karen Gaffney gave an extraordinary testimony of living with Down syndrome, Jose Arellano shared overcoming gang violence and Bishop W.C. Martin urged us to welcome children in foster care. Damon Owens, Univision anchor Myrka Dellanos, Patricia Heaton, Love & The Outcome, and our inimitable salsa band continued their support. This year, OneLife LA was again featured in local and national news, broadcast worldwide on radio, TV, and streaming. And OneLife LA will only continue to grow as the joy, compassion, love, talent, and overwhelming passion for life of our participants leaves its lasting impact on our community.

35,000 joined us at our permanent home at LA State Historic Park! More people than ever are serving the vulnerable. And the journey continues.

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