Archbishop Gomez: English wasn't America's first language

In recent months, national debates over immigration and deportation have reached a fever pitch in the wake of President Trump’s election. But for Archbishop Jose Gomez, both Catholic principles and the history of America as a home to people from a variety of backgrounds means that the immigration debate has higher stakes than just law… Continue reading Archbishop Gomez: English wasn't America's first language

Church unity and truth serve the family, Archbishop Gomez says from synod

The Catholic Church needs “a new missionary confidence and courage” that draws on Church unity and the recognition of God’s unwavering vision for the family, Archbishop Jose H. Gomez of Los Angeles has said. “We need to find creative, positive ways to proclaim God as Creator and to show the beauty of his plan for… Continue reading Church unity and truth serve the family, Archbishop Gomez says from synod

Proclaim the beauty of God's plan for family, LA archbishop tells synod

Archbishop Jose Gomez of Los Angeles addressed his fellow synod fathers on Saturday, encouraging the Church in sharing the beauty of the Creator’s plan for creation, the human person, and the family. “I believe that the Church must present a new evangelical catechesis on creation, as an essential element of the new evangelization,” he said… Continue reading Proclaim the beauty of God's plan for family, LA archbishop tells synod