How Cardinal Mahoney helps immigrants

A politically sophisticated clergyman whom Pope John Paul II nicknamed “Hollywood,” Mahony was raised among California’s immigrant farm workers. Named archbishop of Los Angeles in 1985, he became a powerful voice supporting those who were in the country illegally at a time when California was a pioneer in anti-immigrant measures.

CLICK HERE to read the story in the Los Angeles Times, about the work of Cardinal Mahoney and his successor, Archbishop Gomez