Seminarians currently enrolled at St. Mary's served as hosts during the opening day of the first formation weekend in January.
"I think the seminarians at St. Mary understand how significant this is and they have been incredible," Msgr. [Jeffrey] Steenson told the Texas Catholic Herald, newspaper of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston. "They are so energized about this -- they know it is historical."
He credit[s] the "extraordinary efforts and help" and "time and resources" of the archdiocese and Cardinal Daniel N. DiNardo with bringing about "exactly what Pope Benedict hoped for -- the close relationship with the local diocese and the new ordinariate."
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