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Abp. José H. Gomez
Archbishop José H. Gomez is the 5th and current Archbishop of Los Angeles and the Vice-President of .
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Abp. José H. Gomez 9h
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The Archdiocese of Los Angeles has started a fund to help the victims of these fires. These funds will assist families within our parish communities in their recovery efforts. Please offer whatever help you can.
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Abp. José H. Gomez 9h
Friends, the devastation of the wildfires continues throughout our state. We need to keep praying for those who have lost their lives and their homes and livelihoods, and for all the men and women fighting the fires.
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Crux Nov 10
“May our Lord in his mercy receive the souls of those who have died, and may he comfort those of us who have been spared,” told the congregation at St. Paschal Baylon Catholic Church in .
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Abp. José H. Gomez Nov 9
This morning I received a beautiful note of condolence from our who shared his prayers and spiritual closeness to all those affected by yesterday's shooting in . Let us join our Holy Father today in keeping the victims and their families in our prayers.
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Abp. José H. Gomez Nov 9
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Let's pray too for all those in harm's way, especially the elderly and vulnerable. May God keep everyone safe and bring a swift end to these fires.
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Abp. José H. Gomez Nov 9
Friends, once more we are facing a series of destructive and deadly wildfires here in southern California. Please pray for all the firefighters and emergency workers and their families. Thank God for their courage and dedication!
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Abp. José H. Gomez retweeted
Angelus News Nov 8
At a vigil service at St. Paschal Baylon Parish in Thousand Oaks tonight, said he came to bring with him the prayers of "the whole family of God" in LA: "God’s love for every one of us is stronger than any evil, stronger even than death."
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Beverly White Nov 8
“Where were you when you heard the news?” asks Fr. Michael Rocha at prayer service featuring ”They weren’t expecting this.” Reaction & solidarity. at 11p
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Abp. José H. Gomez Nov 8
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And may our Blessed Mother Mary, who knows the sorrow of losing her only Son, help us to find light in this darkness and bring new life out of this death. God bless you and your families and grant you peace.
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Abp. José H. Gomez Nov 8
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We pray for peace in our communities and for peace in the hearts of all those who are troubled and disturbed.
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Abp. José H. Gomez Nov 8
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May our Lord in his mercy, receive the souls of those who have died, and may he comfort those of us who have been spared.
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Abp. José H. Gomez Nov 8
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Let us honor the memory of those who have fallen — by living our lives with greater intensity and purpose and with greater love for one another.
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Abp. José H. Gomez Nov 8
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So tonight, let us ask our Lord for the faith and strength — to reach out to our brothers and sisters who are suffering.
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Abp. José H. Gomez Nov 8
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He will turn our mourning into joy. He will wipe away every tear from our eyes. He will give us gladness in the place of sorrow.
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Abp. José H. Gomez Nov 8
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Jesus is near to us now in our sadness. Let us take his hand tonight and let him lead us.
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Abp. José H. Gomez Nov 8
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What we do know — is that God’s love for every one of us is stronger than any evil, stronger even than death.
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Abp. José H. Gomez Nov 8
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God does not want any of his children to suffer evil. Why these tragedies happen — we will never know, on this side of eternity.
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Abp. José H. Gomez Nov 8
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Jesus never asks us to carry our burdens alone. Where we walk, Jesus goes with us — even through the dark valleys of sorrow, suffering and doubt. And he cries with us. Just like he wept for Lazarus in the Gospels.
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Abp. José H. Gomez Nov 8
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The hurt they are suffering, we can never really know. What they have lost, we cannot return to them. But we can walk with them. We can help them to find healing and hope. We can help them to discover the love of Jesus, even in this dark time.
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Abp. José H. Gomez Nov 8
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We are all so sad in the face of a violence that just makes no sense. We open our hearts to the families and friends of those who were killed, and we try as best we can to share their grief with them.
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