Also, I read the following excerpt from Deacon Kandra's blog about the soon-to-be Archbishop of Chicago:
When he came to Spokane in June 2010, he left 12 years of experience as bishop in Western South Dakota to come to an area where he had never lived. He asked what God’s Word had to say to him with that change, not knowing how he would deal with issues or serve people.
He said his starting point in Spokane has not been his experience but what God wants him to do in the new situation.
“The Word is my barometer helping me focus on what I should be doing,” he said. “God says for me to open my eyes and see what good is happening.”