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In Lower Manhattan, a Steepled Miracle Among the Ruins
Fox News ^
| Thursday, October 04, 2001
| By Michael Y. Park
Posted on 10/04/2001 9:18:44 PM PDT by Bob Evans
Edited on 04/22/2004 12:31:19 AM PDT by Jim Robinson.
Sept. 11: Ashes rain down on the graveyard of Trinity Church in lower Manhattan.
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TOPICS: Extended News; News/Current Events
posted on 10/04/2001 9:18:45 PM PDT
by Bob Evans
To: Bob Evans
Just for the record Trinity Church and St. Pauls are two different places just over a quarter-mile apart. Trinity Church is on Broadway & Wall st., St. Pauls is on Church St. and Fulton st.
posted on 10/04/2001 9:48:01 PM PDT
Yeah, this article seemed to really mix the two churches up and speak of them interchangeably. I'm a New Yorker and know they're two different churches, but this article could really confuse someone who doesn't know. I kept finding myself thinking, "are they talking about Trinity now or St. Paul's?". Very poorly written article.
posted on 10/04/2001 10:05:03 PM PDT
I am used to Hollywood having a guy turn a corner and end up 2 miles away, but I think the media should check their facts a little more closely.
posted on 10/04/2001 10:15:20 PM PDT
To: Bob Evans
"My first sermon I began with dust," Matthews said. "Everything's covered with dust. What are you gonna clean off and what are you gonna leave dusty in your life? I'm going to begin dusting off those things that matter, those things that are important, dusting off the ability to say 'I love you' when you haven't said it often enough."
This guy's got his priorities straight!!!
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