Religious Liberty

A Lonely Gabriel and Us

By Kathryn Jean Lopez ● National Review ● 10/09/2017


Fátima, Portugal – “It was kind of heartbreaking to see this lonely little figure who was just suffering on his own.” In his first hours into a pilgrimage to the Marian shrine at Fátima, Bishop David O’Connell, born in Ireland and serving in Los Angeles, told the story of having been on a recent trip to Honduras and meeting a young boy named Gabriel.

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