"On March 21, 2013, the Most Rev. Justin Welby will be enthroned as the 105th Archbishop of Canterbury in a ceremony both steeped in tradition and geared to the times. About 2,000 local and international guests have been invited to the ceremony in Canterbury Cathedral". "Two enthronements will follow: the first by the Ven. Sheila Watson, archdeacon of Canterbury, who will enthrone Welby as bishop of the diocese of Canterbury. In the second enthronement, [the Very Rev. Robert] Willis [Dean of Canterbury] will lead Welby up to the chair of St. Augustine to enthrone him as Archbishop of Canterbury and Primate of All England. During the service, Welby will read the gospel and preach from the throne of Augustine. But he will also have had a role in preparations leading up to the ceremony. He has helped choose the music, for instance". "Welby will also wear a cope and mitre of his own choosing. 'There are no enthronement robes specific to Canterbury', said Willis, adding that when Archbishop Rowan Williams was enthroned in 2003, he was robed in a cope and mitre provided by the Church in Wales". "The Canterbury Cathedral choir, led by Dr. David Flood, will lead the music, which includes hymns from other parts of the Communion". "'It's quite a simple service, really', said Willis, who will be enthroning an Archbishop of Canterbury for the second time. He recalled his first -- the enthronement of Archbishop [Rowan] Williams -- as being 'a happy occasion', adding 'one has a great sense of humility in standing in front of that door waiting for the knock on the door and being the one who says, 'Welcome'. He acknowledged that, while he has one enthronement under his belt, plus the experience of hosting the last  Lambeth Conference of Bishops in Canterbury, the novelty never wears off".