A temporary icon of Christ gazes down on the nave of the St. Nicholas National Shrine in New York will be replaced by a permanent icon before the sanctuary starts hosting Orthodox services. The St. Nicholas National Shrine will replace a tiny church that was crushed by the trade center’s south tower on Sept. 11, 2001.
A temporary icon of Christ gazes down on the nave of the St. Nicholas National Shrine in New York will be replaced by a permanent icon before the sanctuary starts hosting Orthodox services. The St. Nicholas National Shrine will replace a tiny church that was crushed by the trade center’s south tower on Sept. 11, 2001. Mark Lennihan AP
A temporary icon of Christ gazes down on the nave of the St. Nicholas National Shrine in New York will be replaced by a permanent icon before the sanctuary starts hosting Orthodox services. The St. Nicholas National Shrine will replace a tiny church that was crushed by the trade center’s south tower on Sept. 11, 2001. Mark Lennihan AP

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