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Sunday, May 20, 2007

Back from New York

Regular posts to resume tomorrow. In the meantime enjoy some pictures from the Church of St. Agnes in New York located on "Archbishop Fulton Sheen Place". The original church burned down in 1992 and was re-opened in 1996. It is a beautiful church. We attended the 11:00am Tridentine Mass, that was quite full, of mostly younger folks. The music, Gregorian Chant, was spectacular. Honestly, it sounded as good as anything I've heard, and came from a five person schola! The celebrant was a philosophy professor from Fordham, preached on the gifts of the Holy Spirti - it was excellent. Well, enough already, here's some pictures...

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