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    The Prayer of St. Francis

    Lord, make me an instrument of your peace.

    Where there is hatred, let me sow love;

    Where there is injury, pardon; Where there is doubt, faith;

    Where there is despair, hope; Where there is darkness, light;

    Where there is sadness, joy.

    O Divine Master, grant that I may not so much seek

    To be consoled as to console, To be understood as to

    understand, To be loved as to love;

    For it is in giving that we receive;

    It is in pardoning that we are pardoned;

    It is in dying that we are born to eternal life.

    Amen

    © 2015 CBSFA Publishing

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    The Mass of Installation of the Twelfth Archbishop of Santa Fe

    The Most Reverend John C. Wester

    June

    The Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi Santa Fe, New Mexico

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    His Holiness Pope Francis

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    The Most Reverend John C. Wester Twelfth Archbishop of Santa Fe

    Installed as Archbishop June ,

    Episcopal Ordination September ,

    Ordained a Priest May ,

    I am the good shepherd, and I know mine and mine know me, just as the Father knows me and I know the Father;

    and I will lay down my life for the sheep. (Jn: 10:14-15)

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    Installation Acknowledgements

    Cathedral Basilica Office of Worship Very Rev. Adam Lee Ortega y Ortiz, Rector

    Mr. Gabriel Gabaldón, Pastoral Associate of Liturgy Mrs. Carmen Flórez-Mansi, Pastoral Associate of Music Mr. Carlos Martinez, Pastoral Associate of Administration

    Cathedral Basilica Installation Pastoral Team: Mr. Guadalupe Domingues, Mrs. Liz Gallegos, Mr. Jimmy Gonzalez-Tafoya

    Mr. Anthony Leon, Mr. Tom Mansi, Mr. Calvin Noedel, Mr. Filiberto Perez, Mrs. Wanda Vint

    With deep appreciation to

    Mary Frances Reza For her help and lifetime commitment to the “Sung Prayer

    of the Church,” of the Archdiocese of Santa Fe

    A special thank you to:

    CBSFA Ministers of Hospitality CBSFA Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion

    ASF Office of Worship Staff Members of the Archdiocesan Liturgical Commission

    The Cathedral Basilica Pontifical Chorus Members of the Archdiocesan Music Commission

    Mrs. Angela Gabriel-Goulden - Principal Organist Ms. Barbara Guenther - Pianist

    Mr. Don Scott Carpenter - Organist Members of the Santa Fe Symphony Orchestra

    Alex Gallegos, Bethany Gallegos, Saige Gallegos, Cristina Morrison Eloisa Bustos

    Los Caballeros DeVargas La Cofradia de La Conquistadora

    Knights of Columbus and all those ministers who gave of their time

    and talent for this celebration.

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    His Excellency The Most Reverend Carlo Maria Viganò

    Apostolic Nuncio to the United States of America

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    His Excellency The Most Reverend Michael J. Sheehan

    Archbishop Emeritus Eleventh Archbishop of Santa Fe

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    Atending Cardinals, Archbishops, Bishops & Abbots

    Roger M. Cardinal Mahony William J. Cardinal Levada

    Most Rev. Michael C. Barber SJ

    Most Rev. Stephen J. Berg Most Rev. Kurt R. Burnette

    Most Rev. Oscar Cantú Most Rev. Salvatore J. Cordileone

    Most Rev. Paul D. Etienne Most Rev. Joseph A. Fiorenza

    Most Rev. Gerald A. Gettelfinger Most Rev. Jose H. Gomez Most Rev. Joseph H. Hart

    Most Rev. Richard C. Hanifen Most Rev. William J. Justice

    Most Rev. Gerald F. Kicanas Most Rev. Robert N. Lynch

    Most Rev. Robert W. McElroy Most Rev. Patrick J. McGrath

    Most Rev. George H. Niederauer Most Rev. Eduardo A. Nevares

    Most Rev. Thomas J. O'Brien Most Rev. Armando X. Ochoa Most Rev. Thomas J. Olmsted

    Most Rev. John R. Quinn Most Rev. Mark J. Seitz

    Most Rev. Michael J. Sheridan Most Rev. William C. Skurla

    Most Rev. Arthur N. Tafoya

    Most Rev. James S. Wall Most Rev. Ignatius Wang

    Most Rev. William Weigand Most Rev. Edward Joseph Weisenburger

    Most. Rev. Patrick J. Zurek Abbot Joel P. Garner O.Praem

    Abbot Phillip Lawrence OSB

    Archbishop Emeritus of Los Angeles Prefect Emeritus of The Congregation for

    the Doctrine of the Faith Bishop of Oakland Bishop of Pueblo Bishop of the Byzantine Catholic Eparchy of Passaic Bishop of Las Cruces Archbishop of San Francisco Bishop of Cheyenne Archbishop Emeritus of Galveston-Houston Bishop Emeritus of Evansville Archbishop of Los Angeles Bishop Emeritus of Cheyenne Bishop Emeritus of Colorado Springs Auxiliary Bishop of San Francisco Bishop of Tucson Bishop of St. Petersburg Bishop of San Diego Bishop of San Jose Archbishop Emeritus of San Francisco Auxiliary Bishop of Phoenix Bishop Emeritus of Phoenix Bishop of Fresno Bishop of Phoenix Archbishop Emeritus of San Francisco Bishop of El Paso Bishop of Colorado Springs Archbishop of the Byzantine Catholic

    Archeparchy of Pittsburgh Bishop Emeritus of Pueblo Bishop of Gallup Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus of San Francisco Bishop Emeritus of Sacramento Bishop of Salina Bishop of Amarillo Santa Maria de La Vid Abbey Christ in the Desert Abbey

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    Consultors of the Diocese of Salt Lake City

    Chancellor, Vicar for Priests, Consultor Vicar General, Consultor Judicial Vicar Consultor Consultor Consultor Consultor, Dean Consultor Dean Dean Dean Dean Dean Dean

    Very Rev. John Cannon Rev. Msgr. Lambert Joseph Luna

    Very Rev. Dennis Garcia

    Rev. Larry Brito Rev. John C. Daniel Rev. Glennon Jones

    Rev. Msgr. Jerome Martinez y Alire Rev. Adam Lee Ortega y Ortiz

    Very Rev. Hyginus Anuta

    Very Rev. Robert Campbell O.Praem Very Rev. James Marshall

    Very Rev. Franklin D. Pretto-Ferro Very Rev. John Trambley

    Rev. Msgr. Bennett J. Voorhies

    Rev. Msgr. Colin F. Bircumshaw Rev. Msgr. Robert J. Bussen

    Very Rev. Martin Diaz Rev. Msgr. J. Terrence Fitzgerald

    Rev. Msgr. Joseph M. Mayo Rev. Ken Vialpando

    Rev. Msgr. Robert R. Servatius

    Consultors & Deans of the Archdiocese of Santa Fe

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    His Excellency The Most Reverend John C. Wester

    Twelfth Archbishop of Santa Fe

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    The Coat of Arms of His Excellency

    The Most Reverend John Charles Wester as the Twelfth Archbishop of Santa Fe

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    Sending Forth Hymn

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    Alabado by Los Hermanos Penitentes ~ The Penitente Brothers La Fraternidad Piadosa de Nuestro Padre Jesús Nazareno is an ancient order of Catholic men devoted to the Passion of Our Lord. It has its roots in the flagellant societies of medieval Europe, especially southern Spain from whence many of the original settlers in New Mexico came in the 16th Century. Besides contributing to the religious art of New Mexico, their prayer forms and hymns (called alabados) have been instrumental in forming the devotional life and spirituality of the lay people. The hymn tonalities used by them reflect Arabic influences. Today Los Hermanos Penitentes from our Archdiocese offer the communion hymn O Pan del Cielo Admirable - O Most Admirable Bread of Heaven.

    Native American Dance of Thanksgiving

    The Pueblo Indians have dwelt in the American Southwest for thousands of years before the Spanish arrived. They were evangelized by Franciscan Missionaries and remain mostly Roman Catholic to this day. The Eagle Dance is an offering of praise and exaltation directed to the Almighty. Its various movements depict the eagle in flight as it gives glory to God by its very being. In the spirit of cultural adaptation of the Liturgy (see Sacrosanctum Concilium 37-40), this prayer is offered post communion. The Laguna Eagle Dance was started in 1935 by Phillip Riley, Sr. and his brothers, Roger, Bruce and John Riley. They composed all the songs, which are sung, for our Creator, plant life, animal life and for people throughout the world. Their cousins were the first Eagle Dancers, and later in life, these cousins became veterans of World War II. Beginning in the mid 1940's, Phillip's young sons started to take over as the Eagle Dancers and throughout the years, all of his eight sons have danced Eagle. The Eagle Dancers were honored to be invited to dance at the 1976 Eucharistic Congress in Philadelphia; in 1989 in Rome, Italy for the Beautification of St. Katherine Drexel and in 2000, for her Canonization Mass. Phillip's sons are now the drummers and the Eagle Dancers are the fourth and fifth generation members of his family.

    Welcoming of the Archbishop

    The Archbishop is greeted by special guests and cultural representatives of the faithful from the Archdiocese and City of Santa Fe.

    Magnificat John Rutter

    “My soul proclaims the greatness of the Lord and my spirit rejoices in God my Savior, for the Mighty has done great things for me and holy is His name ”

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    T he Most Reverend John C. Wester's Coat of Arms reflects Faith, Devotion and Union with Christ - and contains symbols of his personal journey of faith: The Sacred Heart of Jesus, Mary the Mother of G