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Archbishop Connolly imposes his hands on Rev. William B. McKenzie i DRESSED IN an amice, alb and stole, the five deacons, who are to be ordained for the Archdiocese of Seattle, kneel before the Most Reverend Thomas A. Connolly, Archbishop of Seattle, Saturday at the start of the ordination ceremony in St. James Cathedral. Present in the sanctuary are priests, including pastors and curates from the Archdiocese and faculty members of St. Thomas the Apostle Seminary in Kenmore. Present in the Cathedral also was a capacity crowd of relatives and friends of the ordinandi. 'One Kneels in the Consciousness of One's ..... '"+++++:i+. eSS /n Nothingn d Rises a Priest Forever' ::::::i:i.:i.'::!: . ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: The Rev. James B. Dunning blesses Archbishop Connolly NEWLY ORDAINED priests of the Archdiocese include Rev. James B. Dunning, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Dunning of Immaculate Conception Parish, Arlington; Rev. Irvin A. Grandaw, son of Mrs. Urban A. Grandaw of St. Mary Star of the Sea Parish, Port Town. send; Rev. John M. Holland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Holland, formerly of St. John Parish, Seattle, and now of Utica, Mich.; Rev. Bernard F. Jonientz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Jonientz of St. Edward Parish, Seattle, and Rev. William B. McKenzie of Immaculate Conception Parish, Arlington, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Gould of Arlington. THE DEACONS approach the altar and kneel with a lighted candle in one hand and a folded chasuble on the other arm, They are (from left) Fathers William McKenzie, !rvin Grandaw, James Dunning, John Holland and Bernard Jonientz. THE MOST solemn moment of ordination has arrived. Archbishop Connol!y ordains Rev. Irvin Grandaw a priest forever. iiiii!iii!i!i FATHI/R HOLLAND. celebrates a private Mass Monday in the Cathe. ial for his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Waiter J, Holland of Utica, Mich., ad i other relatives and friends. FATHER DUNNING imparts one of his first priestly hlesfi,g+ on his relatives and friends. RECEIVING their priestly blessing are relatives and friends of Father McKenzie (left) and Father Jonientz, assisted by Rev. Denis D. Foudy, S.S., who will become the new rector of St. Thomas Seminary. THE IMPOSITION of hands by attending clergy is performed (from left) on Fathers Jonient, Grandaw, Dunning, Holland and McKenzie. --(Progress Ordination Photos by W. C. Heib It,)