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Bishop Brennan Conducted a Memorial Mass at the Breezy Point 9/11 Memorial

Diocese Brooklyn
September 12, 2023

Bishop Brennan Conducted a Memorial Mass at the Breezy Point 9/11 Memorial
Distribution of Communion 9/11 Mass. Photos: Courtesy of John Quaglione/DeSales Media

Bishop Robert Brennan celebrated Mass with the Blessed Trinity Parish community at the 9/11 Memorial in the Breezy Point section of Queens on September 11, 2023.

The Mass was dedicated to those killed in the September 11th terrorist attacks, the first responders, and those who have died from related diseases since.

“Tonight, I celebrated Mass with the parish of Blessed Trinity in Breezy Point. We prayed for the innocent people killed by hatred and our first responders who knew they had to respond, a choice that would impact themselves and their families. In their honor, let us pledge to build up one another with love, never forgetting the sacrifices our first responders make daily and those sick with Ground Zero-related illness,” said Bishop Robert Brennan.

“Trusting in God, let us pray for the souls of the faithfully departed, whose shoulders we stand on, and the heroes living amongst us today,” continued Bishop Brennan.

The memorial comprises 29 glass etchings of each community member lost on September 11, 2001, and a cross-shaped piece of steel from the World Trade Center. Following the Mass, the names of the Breezy Point residents who died on 9/11/2001 were read aloud. Roses were placed at the memorial to remember each victim, and a bell was rung after each name was read aloud.

The Breezy Point Catholic Club Pipes and Drums played God Bless America to end the Mass and ceremony.

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