A large group of young children participate in the procession, carrying their own Anda with a reproduction of the image of the Señor de los Milagros.
The women of the Hermandad de Cargadores y Sahumadoras del Señor de los Milagros, identified by their veils and badges.
Thousands gathered for Mass at St. Paul the Apostle Church on 60th Street in Manhattan to honor El Señor de los Milagros.
The church of St. Paul the Apostle has been a constant in an ever changing community since the mid-1800s. Originally bordered by immigrant-filled tenements in the early days, it now shares a neighborhood with Lincoln Center, Fordham Univeristy and skyscrapers.
The replica of the image of Señor de los Milagros.
The men of the Hermandad de Cargadores y Sahumadoras del Señor de los Milagros de New York, 3rd Group, carry the the main Anda in the procession. There are 9 groups, each comprising 25-30 men. The groups are designated by height order, so that they can uniformly carry the Anda.
The "Smokers" from the La Hermandad de Cargadores y Sahumadoras del Señor de los Milagros.
The procession begins when the Anda carrying the image is raised.
The Smokers lead the way before the main Anda.
The procession travels down 60th Street in New York City.
And at the end of the procession this little one needed a rest!