Bishop Ronald Gainer, left, and the Rev. Mark Dreves administered communion during a special Mass on Thursday morning for newly elected Pope Francis at Cathedral of Christ the King in Lexington. Gainer is head of the Catholic Diocese of Lexington.  Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff
Bishop Ronald Gainer, left, and the Rev. Mark Dreves administered communion during a special Mass on Thursday morning for newly elected Pope Francis at Cathedral of Christ the King in Lexington. Gainer is head of the Catholic Diocese of Lexington. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader
Bishop Ronald Gainer, left, and the Rev. Mark Dreves administered communion during a special Mass on Thursday morning for newly elected Pope Francis at Cathedral of Christ the King in Lexington. Gainer is head of the Catholic Diocese of Lexington. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader

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