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Lifting up our Hearts: Communion and Springsteen at Ground Zero

At about 1:45 a firefighter came up to me and asked what I thought to be an odd question: Is there going to be a 2 o’clock mass today? I’m sure I looked confused so he repeated his question: Is there going to be a 2 o’clock mass today? The second time around I understood what he was asking and thought to myself: You want a mass here? I was horrified at the thought of a Great Thanksgiving celebrated in Hell and said as much: You want a mass here? Yes, he replied and after a pause, said: You do that don’t you? Well (pause), yes, I do,

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