Christmas

And the Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us

This Christmas I would like to make an appeal to you and to every person: Allow Jesus to awaken in your heart, to become more deeply aware of his presence in your life.

-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

Friday, December 24th – Christmas Vigil Mass
4:00 pm – Family Mass with Children Choir*
9:30 pm – Christmas Carols
10:00pm – Christmas Mass, Bilingual*

Saturday, December 25th – Christmas Masses
10:00am – Christmas Day Mass*
12:00pm – Spanish Christmas Mass

Sunday, December 26th – Feast of the Holy Family
10:00am – Sunday Mass*
12:00pm – Spanish Sunday Mass

Saturday, January 1 – Solemnity of Mary/ New Year’s Day Masses
9:00am – Bilingual Mass

*Masses transmitted through KABC7

Christmas and God’s ultimate answer to our anguish

We need the celebration of Christmas to happen every year in order to stanch our forgetfulness of God that otherwise takes over. Christmas proclaims that we are made by God and for God, and that we cannot live without him.

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Today, we can choose once again open wide the door of our hearts to Jesus. Let us also remember and pray for the people in our society who, like Mary and Joseph, find closed doors.

Fr. Parker Sandoval

-Open Hearts, Open Doors: A Jubilee Posada

Stories of Hope from Angelus News

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