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Exhibit honoring Bishop O’Connell opens at cathedral

A small exhibit honoring the life, ministry, and legacy of late Auxiliary Bishop David O’Connell has opened to the public inside the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels.

The chapel, located in one of the niches in the cathedral’s south ambulatory, features photos of O’Connell throughout his life, as well as personal items such as handwritten notes, Bible, rosary, books of jokes, and more, including a plaque from his office with his episcopal motto, “Jesus, I trust in you.”

“We have made a beautiful, prayerful chapel to our beloved friend. I hope many will be able to come and celebrate the life of Bishop O’Connell, which was truly a life lived for Jesus,” said Archbishop José H. Gomez, who was on hand to dedicate the chapel on March 17.

Read full article on Angelus News.