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Six New Priests Being Ordained In Bismarck Diocese

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The Bismarck Catholic Diocese will soon have six new Priests.

Tomorrow six men will be ordained at the Cathedral of the Holy Spirit.

The last time this many men were ordained was in 2000.

Bishop David Kagan says there is a need for Priests, and these men are a blessing to the Bismarck Diocese.

"For our Diocese there is a very evident need for more Priests and this is a great help to the whole Diocese to have six new priests able to serve in our Parishes," Bishop David Kagan said.

If you'd like to see the names and pictures of the Priests being ordained, visit the Diocese website.

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