Jose Gomez

Archbishop

Archbishop of Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles.

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Jose Gomez leads the largest archdiocese in the nation. He’s a Mexico native, U.S. citizen and supporter of immigration reform. He recently became vice president of the U.S.

LA Archbishop vows to stand with undocumented immigrants

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