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‘These times call for love:’ LA welcomes eight new priests at 2022 ordinations

Archbishop José H. Gomez ordained eight new priests at this year’s Priesthood Ordination Mass to the “sanctity and service” of the priesthood June 4.
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Archbishop José H. Gomez reminded LA’s eight new priests that priesthood is about sanctity and service to others with love and patience, especially during these challenging and difficult times, during the annual Ordination Mass at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels on June 4. The men who entered the priesthood Saturday are Fathers Guillermo Alonso, Juan Cesar Martinez, Juan Gutierrez, Daniel Lopez, Justin Ordoveza, Ramon Reyes, Daniel Vega and Kamil Ziolkowski.

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