Bishop Cozzens’ installation marked by joy, warmth and trust in Jesus’ healing power

After the other priests and bishops had processed into the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception and the processional hymn ended, Bishop Andrew Cozzens remained in the narthex, standing behind a closed door. He knocked on the door with a gavel — bang, bang, bang — and Archbishop Bernard Hebda opened it. Bishop Cozzens stepped into the cathedral, kissed a crucifix and took the aspergillum — the instrument for sprinkling holy water — to bless the congregation.

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