June 10, 2013
Bishop Anthony Krótki (on bear rug) is examined by Bishop Reynald Rouleau, bishop-emeritus of Churchill-Hudson Bay, at his episcopal ordination in Rankin Inlet, Nunavut, May 30. On Rouleau's right is Bishop Gilles Cazabon, bishop-emeritus of St. Jerome, Quebec;  on his left is Archbishop Murray Chatlain of Keewatin-Le Pas. A bear rug is symbolic of nobility and polar bears are considered by the Inuit to be the animal most close to human beings.

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Northern bishop ordained in Rankin Inlet

Bishop Anthony Krótki (on bear rug) is examined by Bishop Reynald Rouleau, bishop-emeritus of Churchill-Hudson Bay, at his episcopal ordination in Rankin Inlet, Nunavut, May 30.

On Rouleau's right is Bishop Gilles Cazabon, bishop-emeritus of St. Jerome, Quebec; on his left is Archbishop Murray Chatlain of Keewatin-Le Pas.

A bear rug is symbolic of nobility and polar bears are considered by the Inuit to be the animal most close to human beings.