Frequently asked questions

How do I get tickets?

Tickets will be available online as part of the RSVP process. Click here to RSVP.


Is there reserved seating?

No. General seating will be on a first-come, first-seat basis. Vested clergy participating in the procession will have a reserved seat.


I am a member of the clergy, will I have a reserved seat?

Yes. Ordained clergy who are vested and participating in the procession will be seated in a reserved area. Clergy are still required to obtain a ticket online through the RSVP process.


Is parking available nearby?

Free parking will be available across from the Mondavi Center.


Is the event wheelchair and walker accessible?

Mondavi Center is a state-of-the-art public facility that meets or exceeds all state and federal ADA requirements and is fully accessible to patrons with disabilities.

Seating space for wheelchair users and their companions are located at all levels. Ushers are available at the doors to Jackson Hall.

Attendees with disabilities or special needs must notify us of those needs when reserving tickets through the RSVP process. This is to ensure that the ushers will be able to accommodate your seating request.


Yes, the Consecration will be livestreamed. Links to the stream will be available here and on the diocesean website when available.

Will the Consecration be livestreamed?


Where can I find more information about the Mondavi Center?

Please visit the Mondavi Center website.


Please visit our information page.

Where can I get more information about the consecration?


Where can I volunteer to help?

Please visit our volunteer page.