Fr. Miller Gomez
Fr. Miller Gomez, who will be ordained a priest for the Archdiocese of Atlanta by Archbishop Hartmayer, has been assigned to Prince of Peace to serve as Parochial Vicar starting July 1. Here is a little bit more about Fr. Miller!
Tell us about your family. I was born in Colombia, in the home of Carlos Alberto and Aurelia. I am the fifth of seven siblings.
And in your free time? I have three different hobbies. The first one is reading. I love books. I read as many books as possible. Another hobby of mine is playing the guitar. I think that music is a sublime human creation that promotes the communion with God and others. And finally, I enjoy sharing as much time as possible with my closest friends.
Can you tell us about your call to priesthood? When I was 8 years old, serving as altar server, I started to feel God’s calling to the priesthood. Since then, I have been an active part of my parish. One important element in my vocation story has been spiritual direction. Thanks to this wonderful experience, I feel called to the priesthood despite my great weaknesses.
What do you look forward to about being a priest? My principal objective is accepting and assuming God’s will. I want to find happiness in service to others and in the testimony of God’s love. Being a priest is to be a witness of the mercy and goodness of God.