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An exhibit honoring the life and legacy of slain Archdiocese of Los Angeles Auxiliary Bishop David O’Connell is now open at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels in downtown Los Angeles.

The 69-year-old “Bishop Dave” — whom Archbishop José H. Gomez described as “a peacemaker with a heart for the poor and the immigrant” — was found shot at his Hacienda Heights home Feb. 18, and the husband of O’Connell’s housekeeper has been charged with murder.

The chapel features an exhibit of photos of O’Connell’s family and ministry, an assortment of his liturgical vestments such as his chasuble, miter and pectoral cross, as well as personal items such as handwritten notes, his Bible and rosary, books of jokes he consulted and a wooden plaque from his office with his episcopal motto “Jesus, I trust in you.”

Exhibit in Honor of Slain Bishop Opens at Downtown LA Cathedral – MyNewsLA.com

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