|Bishop-delegate Christopher Glancy|
Bishop-designate Christopher Glancy was just settling in at a Chicago parish staffed by his religious order, the Viatorians, after having spent 12 years in Belize in Central America, when the vatican asked him to return to become the new bishop of the nationwide Diocese of Belize City-Belmopan.
He was, he says, a "little surprise at the summons."
There is, he said, a "dearth of vocations in this country but a large lay ministry program."
The laity, he said, "don't have Mass every Sunday, but they gather every Sunday. They have great music that draws in the people. Belizeans love to sing. You don't have a Mass without singing."
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