THE MINISTRY CONTINUES

A return to St. Paul's Chapel at Ground Zero

The flags, banners, baseball caps —they're still there, affixed to the fence bordering St. Paul's Chapel at the base of Ground Zero.

Tourists—"holy pilgrims," as Fred calls them—move slowly along the fence, respectfully paying homage to this spontaneous, worldwide memorial, born of love and dedicated to the workers, volunteers, clergy, and to those who lost their lives at this site one year ago in the collapse of the World Trade Center. The impact of this memorial—fading now, dustier than a year ago—is just as powerful, just as moving as it was when Sentinel photographer Ari Denison and I visited here six months ago to do a story on the changing face of church.

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