February 6, 2023

Fresh Reports suggest Kobe and daughter may become saints after both attended catholic mass and received communion hours before their death

It has been uncovered that Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gigi asked together during mass at their catholic church, hours before the two of them kicked the bucket in the terrible helicopter crash on Sunday.

The NBA legend and 13-year-old Gigi purportedly went to a 7am mass and got Communion at the Our Lady Queen of Angels in Newport Beach. The administration was held by Father Anthony Vu, a Vietnamese parochial vicar at the congregation.

Kobe Bryant and girl Gigi went to Catholic mass from the get-go Sunday morning and got Communion only hours before they?died in sad helicopter crash

After the community gathering, the dad and girl alongside seven others boarded the S-76 Sikorsky helicopter making a beeline for the Mamba Academy in Thousand Oaks for Gigi’s b-ball practice. Be that as it may, the helicopter collided with a slope close Calabasas around 9.30am.

A representative for Our Lady Queen of Angels affirmed to DailyMail.com that Kobe and his little girl went to early morning administration on Sunday.

One parishioner, who went to a later mass at the congregation, composed via web-based networking media: ‘During mass, our cleric educated all of us that Kobe Bryant and his little girl went to mass toward the beginning of today at the Our Lady Queen of Angels.’

Father David Barnes, a Catholic cleric in Boston, Massachusetts later affirmed Kobe’s participation.

He tweeted on Sunday: ‘A companion messaged me today to reveal to me that a companion of her’s (sic) saw #KobeBryant at #Catholic Mass toward the beginning of today. ‘Mass is the love of God. Paradise is the love of God. Go to Mass here with the goal that you can venerate God everlastingly in paradise.’

In a moving Facebook post, Bishop Timothy Freyer, of the Orange Diocese, said Kobe was a ‘dedicated Catholic’ who ‘adored his confidence’.

He stated: ‘Our hearts stay overwhelming after the awful misfortune endured in the wake of yesterday’s helicopter crash in Calabasas.

‘We supplicate and grieve for the loved ones of the unfortunate casualties who have been freely recognized in news reports: Basketball symbol Kobe Bryant and his little girl, Gianna.

‘Orange Coast College baseball trainer John Altobelli and his significant other, Keri, and girl, Alyssa. Ball mentor Christina Mauser and pilot Ara Zobayan.

‘Kobe was a b-ball symbol who enlivened us through his words and activities to set our objectives, try sincerely and accomplish our fantasies. He was a dedicated Catholic who adored his family and cherished his confidence.

‘A long-lasting Orange County inhabitant and parishioner in our Diocese, Kobe would every now and again go to Mass and sit in the rear of the congregation with the goal that his quality would not divert individuals from concentrating on Christ’s Presence.

If it’s not too much trouble go along with me in appealing to God for the people in question. May God award their friends and family harmony and bring them comfort during these troublesome occasions.’

Furthermore, Los Angeles Archbishop Jose H Gomez said of Kobe on Twitter: ‘So exceptionally pitiful to hear the updates on #KobeBryant’s shocking passing at the beginning of today.

‘I am appealing to God for him and his family. May he find happiness in the hereafter and may our Blessed Mother Mary carry solace to his friends and family. #KobeBryantRIP.’

‘There can be nothing more comforting to the individuals who grieve than to realize that a friend or family member loved God just before his demise on the grounds that venerating God is the thing that paradise is.’

Julie Hermes, a representative for Our Lady Queen of Angels Catholic Church said the late ball legend sat at the rear of the administration and left right on time to abstain from upsetting different parishioners.

He went to the 7am mass preceding heading off to the Orange County John Wayne Airport,’ Hermes told DailyMail.com.

‘I envision he went directly to the air terminal, in light of the fact that the mass was 7-8am. I’m told commonly 7am was his mass.

‘He was extremely tactful. He would come in and remain at the back, and his family as well, and afterward he would normally leave somewhat prior preceding the finish of the administration.

‘He was especially adored at the congregation, and he was ardent, exceptionally devoted to his confidence.’

‘I went to the 12pm mass, that was devoted to him. Each mass since has been committed to Kobe and the groups of the considerable number of unfortunate casualties,’ the congregation staff member said.

‘Everyone was dazed. It resembled quiet. Everyone was in stun. It was still. At the point when the 12pm mass finished, in light of the fact that that was the main mass after anyone knew, everyone exited peacefully and were stuck to their mobile phones looking into any data they could get on the web.

‘Our parishioners knew him from chapel as well as from the network, since Kobe was an incredible piece of this network. That is the way I know him as well. I live near him in Newport Coast. He was a like customary person, you wouldn’t realize he was a superstar. He would go out alone without guardians.

‘In the Starbucks line and Sees Candy line, if the children needed to snap a photo of him he generally snapped a photo. Regardless of whether you didn’t converse with him, it fulfilled individuals to realize he was a piece of the network.’

Hermes said the Queen of Angels Church likewise held a rosary administration at 7.45am on Monday, went to by Kobe fans learning at the close by University of Irvine.

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