- Bishop Charles O'Reilly (from what was then the Archdiocese of Oregon City)
- Bishop Joseph McGrath (from what was then the Diocese of Seattle)
- (and his Coadjutor Bishop Leo F Fahey, who died suddenly two weeks before the man he was appointed to succeed)
- Bishop Charles O'Reilly – at cathedral of the Archdiocese of Oregon City
- Bishop Joseph McGrath – at the cathedral of the Diocese of Seattle
- Coadjutor Bishop Leo F Fahey - at a parish church in Bay St. Louis, Louisiana, his home town
|The cathedra in St. Francis de Sales Cathedral|
|Here you can see that the cathedra did have steps|
leading up to it.
|100th Anniversary of the Dedication of|
St. Francis de Sales Cathedral...no bishop.
Side note: A correspondent who has been there points out that the new church in Bend apparently wasn't designed to accommodate the rite of ordination - whether of a deacon or a priest, let alone of a bishop. The "theater-in-the-round" "wedge" sanctuary there is disproportionately small for the size of the building: the space between the front of the altar and the first step is so minimal that an ordinand lying prostrate before the altar during the Litany of the Saints practically has the top of his head touching the bishop's faldstool, whilst his feet hang over the step.