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Palm Sunday

Sunday, March 24, 2024

“This week let us ask for the grace again to enter more deeply into the Paschal Mystery, into the mystery of our Lord’s passion and resurrection, the mystery of his love.”

-Archbishop Gomez,

Palm Sunday homily

Homily – Palm Sunday of the Lord’s Passion 2024 (B)

Most Reverend José H. Gomez
Archbishop of Los Angeles

Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels
March 24, 2024

My brothers and sisters in Christ,

We have entered into the holiest days of the Christian calendar, as we remember the mysteries of our salvation that lead us to the glory of Easter.

In our long Gospel this morning, we relive the last days and final hours of our Lord Jesus Christ’s earthly life.

The Gospel is written in such a way so that we become “witnesses,” we become part of the story.

So as we begin this Holy Week, let us ask for the grace to enter into these mysteries in a deep and personal way. Let us truly accompany Jesus and Mary our Blessed Mother on this final journey.

And as we walk this path with Jesus and Mary, we remember that everything that we witness is happening according to God’s plan of salvation.

Read the full homily here.

Photo Gallery from Palm Sunday 2024

Palm Sunday images from the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels.

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