In LA, massive Marian procession ahead of Guadalupe feast

About 30,000 Catholic faithful walked the streets of Los Angeles in Sunday morning procession

About 30,000 Catholic faithful walked the streets of Los Angeles in a Sunday Morning procession for Our Lady of Guadalupe nine days ahead of her Dec. 12 feast day. “We give our hearts to the Virgin of Guadalupe and we ask her to always intercede for us, to hear us and pray for us,” Archbishop José H. Gomez said in his homily at the Dec. 3 Mass concluding the procession. He … [Read more...]

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7th annual Grand Marian Procession scheduled in LA

Aug. 26 event will commemorate the 236th anniversary of the founding of the City of Los Angeles

A joyous observance of the 236th anniversary of the founding of the City of Los Angeles will commence at 3 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 26 at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels in Downtown Los Angeles. Archbishop José H. Gomez will preside over a special votive Mass honoring Mary as Our Lady of the Angels, who is, with St. Vibiana and St. Patrick, patroness of the city and the … [Read more...]

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Marian procession to mark Los Angeles’ 235th birthday

For the sixth year in a row, Catholics in Los Angeles will come together to celebrate the city’s birthday and pray for the protection of the Blessed Mother

The following comes from an August 18 Catholic News Agency article: Later this month, a Marian Procession and Votive Mass will help celebrate the 235th anniversary of the city of Los Angeles, California – which was named after Mary, Queen of Angels. The August 27 festivities, hosted by the Queen of Angels Foundation, will be open to the public. A Votive Mass will be held … [Read more...]

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