Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Franciscan Father Kevin Tortorelli distributes ashes to a man standing in the St. Francis Breadline outside St. Francis Church in Manhattan Feb. 25. The bread line serves coffee and sandwiches to about 200 people every morning. It's been in operation since 1929. (CNS/Octavio Duran)
Franciscan Father Kevin Tortorelli distributes ashes to a man standing in the St. Francis Breadline outside St. Francis Church in Manhattan Feb. 25. The bread line serves coffee and sandwiches to about 200 people every morning. It's been in operation since 1929. (CNS/Octavio Duran)

2 comments:

Paul in the GNW said...

I love that Church! First place I go after arriving at Pen Station every time I go to Manhattan.

Belinda said...

This is why I love being Catholic. Besides
I have never seen a Protestant with stigmata or as an incorruptable.
I would never reconsider my decision of converting. And how dare I forget about the amazing Eucharistic miracles. Catholics do grunt work too and I love that about them.- Like you have pictured here.
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Your pictures below are pretty funny too.