The first woman Bishop in Wales has been consecrated at Cardiff's Llandaff Cathedral in "an historic" day for the Church in Wales.
The Revd Canon Joanna Penberthy was elected as the 129th Bishop of St Davids last year.
It was the first chance for a woman to be elected as a Bishop since the church made the decision to allow it in 2013.
A previous vote in 2008 to allow the ordination of women as Bishops had narrowly failed.
The Archbishop of Wales, Dr Barry Morgan, said the glass ceiling had been broken for women in the Church of Wales.
He also paid tribute to the women clergy for “daring to trust and hope” during what had been a “long and hard journey” to ordination.
But Dr Morgan, who retires next week, made it clear that the Bishop was appointed for her talents, not her gender.
The Revd Canon Joanna Penberthy was born in Swansea and grew up in Cardiff.
She was among the first women ordained as priests in Wales in 1997 and, ten years later, was made a Canon at St Davids Cathedral, where she will be enthroned as Bishop in February.
More than 500 people attended the bilingual service.
Emily Gadd reports: