Restoring Your Heart, the Church, and St. Patrick’s Cathedral

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In the last few weeks, the scaffolding covering all 330 feet of the Fifth Avenue façade of St. Patrick’s Cathedral has started to come down. The cathedral, which is currently being restored, was first built in marshy farmland and thus named “Hughes’ Folly” in mockery of the archbishop who began the project in 1858. Now she rests in the hustle amid the bustle of midtown Manhattan, dwarfed by Rockefeller Center, luxury hotels, and high-end shops… . Continue Reading »