Some came to the enthronement of the new Archbishop from afar, from almost all parts of America, and others from nearby. They came mentally tired and anxious from the seemingly endless stagnation in our ecclesial life, and thus reserved about what they would find.
Everyone, however, came with hope.
And to live through a historic moment – to be able to tell their children and their grandchildren: “I was there too.”
They came to witness the passing …