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Acolyte Ceremony for Permanent Deacons

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February 25, 2018: Men in diaconate formation took their next step to becoming permanent deacons in the Acolyte Ceremony during Mass at the Basilica of the Assumption in Covington KY. The reading in Mark’s Gospel was about the Transfiguration, and Bishop Foys hoped these men would have a mountaintop moment today. Check out the photos from today’s Mass.

Praying before Mass in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel. (CT Photo./Greg Hartman)
Praying before Mass in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel. (CT Photo./Greg Hartman)
Men being introduced during the Acolyte Ceremony at the Basilica in Covington KY (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
Men being introduced during the Acolyte Ceremony at the Basilica in Covington KY (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
Being presented as Acolyte from Bishop Roger Foys (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
Being presented as Acolyte from Bishop Roger Foys (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)

During Eucharistic Prayer at the Cathedral Basilica in Covington (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
During Eucharistic Prayer at the Cathedral Basilica in Covington (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
Row 1 (L to R): Steve Broering, Peter Caccavari, Greg Doud, Bishop Foys, Graham Galloway, Nathan Beiersdorfer, Fr. Paul Keller (representing Mt. St. Mary’s Seminary), Deacon Mark Machuga (Director of the Office of the Diaconate)
Row 1 (L to R): Steve Broering, Peter Caccavari, Greg Doud, Bishop Foys, Graham Galloway, Nathan Beiersdorfer, Fr. Paul Keller (representing Mt. St. Mary’s Seminary), Deacon Mark Machuga (Director of the Office of the Diaconate)
Row 2 (L to R): Dave Harcourt, Brian Caperton (right over Bishop Foy’s shoulder), Frank Ganschow, Dan Kahlig, Charles Salway
Row 3 (L to R): Gregg Elking, Joseph Leep, Kenneth Wuebker, John O’Maley, Michael Huffman, Lawain McNeil, Michael Muse, James Niswonger, James Strominger
(CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
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