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Equestrian Order bids farewell

Friday, Feb. 03, 2006
I have an unusually beautiful frame in my office; one that I felt was more suitable for a quote than a photograph. I did not have to reflect very long before deciding upon a quote I heard Bishop Niederauer use on various occasions, "The Christian leaves behind in life a long trail of empty tombs, only the last of which is the grave." These words have been very powerful for me and I believe most significant at this time for our bishop as he begins his new life in the Archdiocese of San Francisco. >>>

Midvale City Mayor writes of unifying influence

Friday, Feb. 03, 2006
I wish to congratulate you on your new assignment and thank you for the time you have spent with us in the Diocese of Salt Lake City.  I am comforted to know that while you will no longer be our bishop you will be our archbishop.  Your leadership will continue to influence our Diocese as you assume your new assignment.  >>>

On Making God Laugh... or Not

Friday, Feb. 03, 2006
SALT LAKE CITY — "If you want to make God laugh, tell him what your plans are." I don’t know who the original author of this quote is, but many times in his 11 years of ministry here in Utah, I have heard Bishop Niederauer evoke this wise adage. When I heard the news of Bishop Niederauer’s appointment as Archbishop of San Francisco, the first thing I thought of, somewhat selfishly, I confess, was, "how sad for the Church in Utah." The second thing I thought of was that adage of Bishop George. The third thing I thought of was "how blessed is the Church in San Francisco." Then I remembered the second thing I though of, "If you want to make God laugh, tell him what your plans are," and thought, "I wonder if Bishop Niederauer made God laugh just before he himself got the news?" >>>

Archbishop George H. Niederauer: A Faithful Friend

Friday, Feb. 03, 2006

SALT LAKE CITY — From time to time, we are blessed with religious leaders whose influence transcends denominational boundaries to lift and inspire people of all faiths. Archbishop George H. Niederauer is such a leader.

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Christus St. Joseph Villa offers congratulations

Friday, Feb. 03, 2006
Occasionally, there is a person that can make everyone he or she meets feel special. Bishop George Niederauer is that rare individual who makes every person he encounters feel as if they have a personal relationship with him. >>>

'We will miss his dynamic presence' says Pastor Davis

Friday, Feb. 03, 2006
SALT LAKE CITY — When Bishop George Niederauer came to Salt Lake City to serve the Utah jurisdiction of the Catholic Church, it was indeed a new day. Immediately, he made clear his intentions to work with all to meet the needs of all. He made his way to meet and interact with clergy of many denominations and organizations. His goals materialized as we worked to offer strong spiritual guidance to all. >>>

Friends assure bishop of their constant prayers

Friday, Feb. 03, 2006
Dear Bishop Niederauer, >>>

Sister cathedrals develop warm, close relationships

Friday, Feb. 03, 2006
SALT LAKE CITY — A cathedral is the Bishop’s Church and as such always has a unique relationship with the Bishop. In Salt Lake City, the two sister Cathedrals, St Mark’s and the Cathedral of the Madeleine have developed a warm and close relationship. As Dean (Rector) of the Episcopal Cathedral here in Salt Lake City, I have had a wonderful relationship with Bishop Niederauer over the past few years. >>>

Bishop Niederauer: A Willing Working Partner

Friday, Feb. 03, 2006
SALT LAKE CITY — As to the news of Bishop Niederauer’s selection to lead the Archdiocese of San Francisco, I was surprised and not surprised, I was sad and I was happy. Of course, on all counts! >>>

Governor Huntsman, state celebrate new opportunity

Friday, Feb. 03, 2006
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