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Official pictures of the clergy attending the consecration of Bishop Jean-Baptiste Wang Zengyi (王增義). Seated from left to right: Father Joseph Ho (He 賀), pastor of Xikai Cathedral in Tianjin; Bishop Tarcisio Martina, Prefect apostolic of Yixian; Bishop Joseph Chow (Zhou Jishiu 周濟世), Vicar apostolic of Baoding; Bishop Paul Montaigne, Vicar apostolic of Beijing; Bishop Jean-Baptiste Wang Zengyi (王增義), Vicar apostolic of Anguo; Bishop Melchior Souen (Sun Dezhen孫德楨), main consecrator and retired bishop of Anguo; Mgr. Joseph Commisso, secretary of the apostolic delegation; Bishop Joseph Tchang (Zhang Runpo 張潤波), Vicar apostolic of Xuanhua; Fr. François-Xavier Desrumaux, CM Visitor for North China; Father Gustave Vanhersecke, Beijing Vicar general; Joseph Verhaert, CICM superior in Beijing. Standing between Bishop Chow and Montaigne from left to right: Father William Kaschmitter of Maryknoll, Director of Lumen Agency; Father Rahman, Rector of the Fujen University; Mgr. Alfredo Bruniera, Apostolic Delegate secretary; Father Raymond de Jaegher, Father Alphonse Hubrecht, CM, chaplain of St. Joan of Arc School in Beijing; Father Joseph Rutten, CICM; Father Ren00E9 Flament, CM of Beitang, Beijing. Third row behind Bishop Wang: Father Paul Gilson.

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