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Invitation to the Installation Mass

On April 15, Bishop Robert McElroy will be installed as the sixth Bishop of San Diego–and you’re invited to participate in the Installation Mass.

The Mass will stream live at 1 p.m. on April 15. To view, simply click here.

Bishop McElroy is a fifth generation San Franciscan. Appointed auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of San Francisco, he serves as the vice-president of the California Catholic Conference and at the national conference of bishops on the administrative committee, the ecumenical committee, the committee on domestic justice, and the committee on international affairs.

Highly educated, with degrees from Harvard, Stanford, and the Gregorian University in Rome, Bishop McElroy has been a priest for more than 35 years. When he is installed as the sixth Bishop of San Diego on April 15, it will be just days after celebrating 36 years as a priest.

“When I was growing up, my family would come to San Diego for our summer vacation, and I was captivated by the beauty and vitality of this graced region,” said Bishop McElroy upon learning of his new appointment.

“During my years as a priest and bishop, I have continually been struck by this same beauty and vitality in the life of the local church — proclaiming the Gospel, embracing the poor and the marginalized, strengthening family life, forging unity in faith and solidarity amidst great cultural diversity. Now I have the privilege of becoming a member and a leader in this magnificent Catholic community and the society which surrounds it. There are not words to describe the tremendous joy and gratitude to God which I feel at this moment.”

Bishop Robert McElroy’s Installation Mass will stream live at 1 p.m. on April 15. To view, click here

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