And the Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us

Every Christmas is a new beginning — for our lives and for the whole world. When we see the Child in the manger, we know how much God loves us. This Child is born for you and for me, and for every person.

-Archbishop Gomez

Invite God into your home

In the family, we can learn together how to treat one another as Christ would — and how to build a world where justice, love, and mercy can flourish. How does it happen? It starts with prayer! This Christmas, ask the Holy Family to teach us how to life and love.

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Christmas Livestream Mass Schedule from the Cathedral of Our Lady of Angels

Thursday, December 24, 2020 – Advent Masses
7:00 am (Mass in Spanish)
8:00 am (Mass in English)

Thursday, December 24, 2020 – Christmas Vigil Mass
2:00 pm (Mass in English)
4:00 pm (Bilingual­ Mass)

Friday, December 25, 2020 – Christmas Masses
7:00 am (Mass in Spanish)
9:00 am (Mass in English)
10:30 am (Mass in Spanish)

Friday, January 1, 2021 – New Year’s Day Masses
9:00 am (Bilingual­ Mass) 

Reflection from Archbishop Gomez

This challenging year calls us back to the truth that what matters is seeking God’s will for our lives, following his commands, fixing our hearts on heaven as we carry out our duty to love here on earth.

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The Office for Vocations and the Seminarians of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles wish everyone a Blessed and Merry Christmas and a joy-filled New Year.