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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
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