‘Each is a man of prayer who loves Jesus and has a deep desire to share God’s love and to serve God’s people. We are praying for them, and we entrust them to the tender care of Holy Mary, our Blessed Mother…’
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Our Lady of Sorrows painting repaired as part of restoration, which includes new exhibit honoring Indigenous community.
At a June 27 ceremony attended by area Catholics and others, Archbishop José Gomez of Los Angeles blessed the renovated mission more than 250 years after its founding by the Spanish priest St. Junípero Serra.
‘Where have you gone Joe DiMaggio. Our nation turns its lonely eyes to you…’
The March 25 procession will go from a historic mission church, 3 miles down a main road to another parish, and back.
COMMENTARY:The brutal murder of Bishop David O’Connell has aggravated the episcopal shortfall in the largest diocese in the US.
‘He was a good priest and a good bishop and a man of peace, and we are very sad to lose him,’ said Archbishop José Gomez, who broke into tears, at the Monday Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department press conference.
A suspect has been arrested in connection with the Feb. 18 shooting homicide, the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department (LASD) said Monday.
‘We are deeply disturbed and saddened by this news,’ Los Angeles Archbishop José Gomez said in a statement Sunday.
The Church honors her saints on Nov. 1, All Saints’ Day, and reminds us that they can be powerful intercessors on our behalf as we journey toward heaven.