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  1. jennifersekella
    January 20, 2016 @ 4:52 am

    I grew up attending Catholic school and masses. I literally did K-12, plus a Jesuit undergrad and another year of grad at a Catholic college in Albany. Though I have some issues with the Catholic Church, nonetheless, it is a part of who I am. I see it as a part of my ethnicity- when I lived in Virginia and there were far less Catholics, we almost became a tribe of shared experiences.

    This – your article, as well as the concept and actions of the Mass Mob movement – is wonderful and inspiring. St. Luke’s is an amazingly beautiful church and should totally be preserved. I’m so glad that there were and are people who chose and choose to make that happen and, going beyond, to make of it a repository of aid to its people and community.

    Well done!!

  2. Peter Veitch
    January 20, 2016 @ 9:43 am

    Nice post about an amazing church. Glad you’re photo documenting these adventures. The pictures are beautiful. I can see the resemblance to Saint Paul in Rome. I hope you get to visit there soon, you will love it.