Boston Cardinal Sean O’Malley is ordaining two new bishops.

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The Rev. Arthur Kennedy and the Rev. Peter Uglietto will be elevated to auxiliary bishops for the Archdiocese of Boston during a ceremony at the cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston on Tuesday.

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The Vatican approved their elevation to bishop in June.

The 68-year-old Kennedy was previously rector of St. John’s Seminary in Brighton, where he quadrupled the number of seminarians from 20 to 80. He was ordained in 1966.

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Uglietto was president and rector of Pope John XXIII National Seminary in Weston. Ordained in 1977, the 58-year-old Uglietto will oversee the archdiocese’s North Region.