Mass at St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York City Last Week

The week after one of the worst snow storm's in New York City's history (21 inches of snow) and just before this past weekend of thunderstorms with trees uprooting everywhere, the Lord blessed the city with a week of warm temperatures, soft breezes and bright, clear blue skies! It was the week that I attended a professional conference with my husband. We attended Mass last Sunday and took the photo below (and many, many more) of St. Patrick's Cathedral.

The Archbishop of New York said Mass to hundreds of the faithful and pilgrims. The choir sounded so angelic and beautiful. The surrounding enclaves inside the beautiful cathedral with twinkling candles to light with a prayer, were so inspiration and moving.

What a privilege it was for us to attend Mass in this extraordinary Catholic cathedral. I will never, ever forget this experience of our beautiful Catholic faith!

The photo above is from MY own camera taken by ME in NYC on March 7, 2010


~ bella


Adrienne said...

Bella - your picture is beautiful.

Janice said...

I really like your blog. I also put a book shelf on my blog also. I liked that. I read a lot. I am converting to the Catholic Faith from being Protestant. I will be confirmed this Easter Vigil.

Cheryl said...

I am so happy to have come across your blog. I appreciate your passion for the Catholic Faith. I was raised in a Catholic, Italian household then left the faith for over 20 years and now have returned. My husband and I are thrilled to be back home and I love sharing the Catholic Faith with those that love the Church as well. I look forward to reading more of your blog when I can. Your bio sounds similar to mine. Many blessings to you and your family during this Holy Week of Lent 2010.

Cheryl Fallon~