L.A. archbishop reassures immigrants after Trump’s election

L.A. archbishop reassures immigrants after Trump’s election

NOVEMBER 11, 2016 BY CAL-CATHOLIC ADMIN

The following comes from a November LA Times article by Makeda Easter:

Los Angeles Archbishop Jose H. Gomez led an interfaith prayer service Thursday evening in which he stressed the importance of unity and reassured immigrants in the country illegally that the church would continue supporting them after the election of Donald Trump.

More than 100 people, including [pro-abort, pro-homo] Mayor Eric Garcetti and religious leaders, gathered for the event in the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels in downtown Los Angeles.

During his campaign, Trump promised to build a wall along the the U.S.-Mexico border and deport people in the country illegally.

“Tonight we promise our brothers and sisters who are undocumented, we will never leave you alone,” Gomez said, drawing applause.

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Comment by Sawyer to the above on Cal-Catholic Daily:

Archbishop Gomez should have rather held a prayer service thanking God that the United States was spared from having a president who is pro-abortion, anti religious freedom, anti-Catholic, and would have stacked the Supreme Court with justices that would have ruled in ways that impeded the Church and Christians from having freedom in American society.
Has Gomez thanked God for delivering the United States from the disastrous rule by the Left?
Archbishop Gomez has the wrong priorities. He preaches a false gospel. He is blind in severe ways.

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