One of the difficulties with the Diocese there, one of the few (if not the only?) mission dioceses in the States, is that they have quite a number of mission parishes that are in the far reaches of the diocese who only see their priests every three to six weeks, while the parishes in the city have a regular priest who is there every week. So, one weekend, all of these 'city priests' are heading to the outskirts to provide for the spiritual needs of the people out in the hinterlands.
Interesting concept, and I hope it helps to encourage native vocations, as Fr. Leo mentioned that the majority of the priests in the diocese are imports from the lower 48.
Also, Fr. Leo mentioned that they also important priests to cover all of their parishes for Christmas and Easter. Hmm... I wonder if Mom would mind if I whisked away to Alaska for Easter this year..... (She'll probably want to go with me!)