The Daily Vine
Latest News Releases
Facts and Backgrounders
Image Use
Media Requests
Newsletters
Texas Catholic Herald >
Radio Ministry
Calendar of Events

The Daily Vine


PHOTOS: Bishop-elect Sheltz, clergy prepare for Mass of Ordination this afternoon
May 2, 2012

The photos below weretaken by Rebecca Torrellas as clergy vested at the Co-Cathedral Centre moments for Bishop-elect George A. Sheltz' Mass of Ordination this afternoon. Don't forget to catch a live stream of the 2 p.m. Mass at www.archgh.org/Bishop-Sheltz/video.



Father John Ulm of St. Maximilian Kolbe Churchin Houston prepares for the Ordination Mass of Auxiliary Bishop-elect Sheltz.





Father Bill Bartniski, pastorof Holy Rosary in Rosenberg, said, "It's a wonderful day for our Archdiocese."



In the Co-Cathedral of the Sacred Heart, Bishop-elect Sheltz is photographed moments before the Mass of Ordination procession. Pictures below are by Louise Kelly.







For additional photos, visit us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/archgh. You can catch live streaming of the liturgy at www.archgh.org/Bishop-Sheltz/video. Join us in the celebration at 2 p.m. today!
By Jonah Dycus/Photos by Rebecca Torrellas and Louise Kelly
Comments: 0
Tags: Bishop Sheltz, Ordination, Co-Cathedral

Comments Post comments  
There are no comments posted yet.

RECENT POSTS

Statement from Cardinal DiNardo re: Bishop Farrell's New Appointment

Cielo Abierto 2016 - July 18-23

Cardinal DiNardo statement re: Police Officer Shootings in Dallas

National Association of Pastoral Musicians (NPM) Conference - July 11-16

Cardinal DiNardo statement on Supreme Court ruling on Texas HB2


Ministry Spotlight
Evangelization and Catechesis

The Office of Evangelization and Catechesis trains and supports faith formation for adults, youth and children. This Office assists catechetical leaders in parishes and schools in furthering the evangelizing catechetical mission of a family-oriented, multi-cultural church of adults, adolescents and children. The OEC provides services to promote lifelong formation so that each person's faith becomes living, conscious and active.