MILWUAKEE (WKOW) -- In two days, Catholics in Milwaukee will have a new leader.
Jerome Listecki will be installed as the city's new archbishop, and other denominations are looking forward to his arrival.
"This is a city where religious leaders are taken seriously and the religious perspective is taken seriously. I'm hopeful that Jerry will be a part of that united witness that's working for things to make our city better," said Milwaukee Episcopal Diocese Reverend Steven Miller.
Other religious leaders expect Listecki will join other faiths in helping the needy and championing area issues.
Listecki will lead more than 640,000 Roman Catholics in Milwaukee.