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Mission Nuestra Senora Reina de Los Angeles

All photographs taken by Kenneth A. Larson. All rights reserved. © 2017 - 2017.


Mission Nuestra Senora Reina de Los Angeles began as an asistencia to Mission San Gabriel, but then some people insist that it was just a church an not an asistencia.

Mission San Gabriel served the spiritual needs of the Indians, soldiers, and rancheros for several decades until Asistencia Nuestra Señora was formed at nearby Los Angeles. Two priests were assigned to Mission San Gabriel and they divided their time between the Mission and the Asistencia. Our Lady Queen of the Angels Chapel (the Old Plaza Church, or La Placita, founded in 1781) was given parochial status in 1826 and assumed the ecclesiastical welfare of the city and its environs. It is Landmark 144.

Address and Directions: 535 North Main Street (near Macy Street)
Los Angeles, California
Now part of El Pueblo de Los Angeles State Historic Monument.
Plaza Catholic Church 1818-1822
Plaza Catholic Church, 1818-1822. Photo date: 9-4-04.
Plaza Catholic Church, 1818-1822
Plaza Catholic Church, 1818-1822. Photo date: 9-4-04.
Plaza Catholic Church, 1818-1822
Plaza Catholic Church, 1818-1822. Photo date: 9-4-04.
Plaza Catholic Church, 1818-1822
Plaza Catholic Church, 1818-1822. Photo date: 3-24-01.
Mission Nuestra Senora Reina de Los Angeles
Mission Nuestra Senora Reina de Los Angeles, gratto. Photo date: 9-4-04.
New Plaza Catholic Church
New Plaza Catholic Church. Photo date: 9-4-04.





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