Despite St. Patrick’s Cathedral’s years-long story (it was dedicated on October 5, 1910), very few men have been in charge of it. The post of rector of the New York cathedral is a lifetime appointment. In this conversation with the current rector of St. Patrick’s, Rev. Msgr. Robert T. Ritchie, we get to know some of the inner secrets of “America’s Parish Church.”
God in Manhattan
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Miriam Diez Bosch - published on 04/11/17
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