Fr Loren Gonzales is a priest of the Diocese of Phoenix AZ currently shepherding a parish in Peoria. Fr Gonzales received his MDiv from the Franciscan School of Theology of the Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley CA. He was ordained to the presbyterate by the late Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, + Most Rev Carl Fisher. He is a former member of the Order of Friars Servants of Mary (Servites). He has ministered in the Archdioceses of Denver and San Francisco, and the Dioceses of Oakland, Orange, and Tucson, where he has served the people of God as a catechist, campus minister, liturgist, musician, parochial vicar and vocation director. His an advocate of the Reform of the Reform.Two years ago he received faculties from the Bishop of the Diocese of Phoenix, + Most Rev Thomas Olmsted, to celebrate the Classical Liturgy according to the indult Ecclesia Dei. On September 14, 2007 Fr Gonzales celebrated a Missa Cantata in honor of His Holiness’ Motu Propio Summorum Pontificum. He celebrates the usus antiquior weekday mornings.

Saint Charles Borromeo Parish | Peoria, AZ
“A Summorum Pontificum and Reform of the Reform Parish”
Where Both the Ordinary and Extraordinary Forms of Mass Are Celebrated
Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. Traditional Latin Low Mass
Monday through Friday 9:00 a.m. English
Saturday 5:00 p.m. English
Sunday 8:00 a.m. Spanish
Sunday 10:00 a.m. English

2 Responses to “About”

  1. maude and mattie said

    It would be really nice if that photo of the unidentified fellow would be a bit less scary!

  2. Sandra Barone a said

    Hello: Do you know Father Peter Mary Rookey at Our Lady of Sorrows Church in Chicago? He is going to celebrate his 96th birthday this month. I’ve been trying to call him but I always get a recording. If you speak to him please tell him I pray for him every day and that my sister Hilda and I always think of him. Because of him I say the Rosary everyday and the divine mercy chaplet on the Rosary he gave me that is from medjugorie. Thank you, Sandra Barone. P.S. God Bless You

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