And he’s not a Mexican. He is a naturalized citizen. He knows how to do it the right way! Please get your facts before you start slamming people around.
He's touted as being able to relate well to the huge Mexican population of the diocese because he's Mexican. I made no reference to his citizenship ... you did. I have to wonder what sort of negative sterotypes you've internalized, to think that saying Gomez is Mexican, is "slamming people around."
You and I have had some very pleasant exchanges in the past, Salvation. Let's do try to keep it that way, please. I'm quite capable of setting theological differences aside when the topic is not theological. I'd thought the same of you.