A photo blog from the staff of the Wyoming Tribune Eagle
Wednesday, December 9, 2009
By Michael Smith
A few additional photos from my take at the installation of Wyoming Catholic Bishop Etienne.
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I just wanted to thank you for the wonderful snapshots of Bishop Etienne’s ordination. I was unable to attend, but your pictures provided me an opportunity to get a feel for what the ceremony was like.
Thank you so much.
Posted at 11:08 am on December 10, 2009
AWESOME PICTURES! You did a great job as always. It was a very special ceremony and your pictures show it. I hope all Catholics and Christians in our state have the opportunity to view your work. Thank God for your talent.
Posted at 9:00 pm on December 10, 2009
Thank you for the wonderful pictures of the installation of Bishop Etienne. They truly captured the spirit of the event. Congratulations to the Diocese of Wyoming, your new Bishop is truly a blessing.
Posted at 8:46 am on December 11, 2009
Bishop Paul was at our parish St. Paul Church in Tell City, IN before going to Wyoming. I really enjoyed your pictures and would love to have a copy of them for our archives. Can you tell me how we may obtain a copy of these pictures. Peace Valeria
Posted at 9:56 am on December 11, 2009
These are wonderful pictures Mr. Smith.
Posted at 1:08 pm on December 11, 2009
Thank you for posting these additional photos from the ordination of Bishop Etienne last week. They are wonderful (as your work always is) and I will be sharing the link with others who were not able to attend.
Posted at 1:40 pm on December 14, 2009
I’m a member of St. Mary’s Cathedral Choir.
Posted at 3:15 pm on December 14, 2009
I enjoyed these pictures very much, thank you for
Posted at 3:50 pm on December 14, 2009
I, too, really enjoyed your pictures and would love to have a copy of them for our family. I was unable to attend due to an injury. Can you tell me how we may obtain a copy of these pictures. Thanks!
Posted at 4:53 pm on December 14, 2009
What a wonderful collection of pictures from “Bishop” Paul’s installation. In his brief stint at St. Barnabas in the mid 80′s, Father Paul made such a lasting impression on our family. His smile and caring ways endeared him to many. What a thrill to see him in a position to infect thousands with his priestly ways. The folks in the wild-wild west are in for a treat.
I trust his family in southern Indiana and all of us who have had small moments in this man’s journey are very excited for Bishop Etienne.
Posted at 8:37 pm on December 15, 2009
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