I don't know much about Puerto Rico.
I wonder if the ceremonies around the creation of this this new diocese in US territory, a commonwealth; and the ordination of her bishop will make it to EWTN?
It seems a good sing for the Church that a new diocese is needed.
The Holy Father ... erected the new diocese of Fajardo-Humacao (area 574, population 293,000, Catholics 97,869, priests 22) Puerto Rico, with territory taken from the archdiocese of San Juan de Puerto Rico and from the diocese of Caguas, making it a suffragan of the metropolitan church of San Juan de Puerto Rico. He appointed Fr. Eusebio Ramos Morales of the clergy of Caguas, pastor of the parish of "Santisimo Redentor" at Fajardo as first bishop of the new diocese. The bishop-elect was born in Maunabo, Puerto Rico in 1952 and ordained a priest in 1983.