University of Santo Tomas.
He was placed in a mock trial and summarily executed in Manila along with two other clergymen. He was a Tornatrás, one born of mixed Chinese and Spanish ancestries. After studying in the Colegio de San Juan de Letrán, he took theology in the University of Santo Tomáson
He was a student preparing for the priesthood in the Seminary of Manila.
He was also the uncle of ilustrado nationalist and labor leader Dominador Gomez. On June 2, 1824, he was designated the head priest of Bacoor, Cavite.
Aside from taking care of the spiritual necessities of the town and the church, he also taught agriculture and cottage industries. Gómez also helped in maintaining a harmonious relationship among his other priests.
He fought for equal rights of native priests against the abuses of their Spanish counterparts.
Gómez was accused of treason, sedition, and taking active part in the Cavite mutiny of 1872 and sentenced to death by garrote in a military court. He was sent to jail along with Fray José Burgos, Fray Jacinto Zamora, Joaquín Pardo de Tavera, and Máximo Paterno. The three friars were executed on February 17, 1872 at Bagumbayan field
And have been known since then by the acronym composed of their collective surnames – Gomburza.
Before his death, Gómez was active in the publication of the newspaper "Louisiana Verdad" (Spanish, "The Truth"). Portrayed by Rommel Padilla in the 2014 film, Bonifacio: Ang Unang Pangulo.