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Not just Italian Americans, but people who live in the neighborhood or are active in it - these were African Americas who’s ancestors come from different parts of Africa and the Caribbean - these were Latinos - Asians - everyone was involved to keep Our Lady of Loreto because they all recognized it as a beautiful church - a real work of art in so many ways. The legal appeals exhausted and the archdiocese had their way - and Our Lady of Loreto is being torn down. You can see photos here, taken by Todd Maisel, of The Daily News, how the the murals, statuary, the decorative elements - all being beaten and destroyed. One wonders, why couldn’t the same thing have happened to Our Lady of Loreto. One wonders why the Brooklyn archdiocese didn’t sell the property to another denomination - perhaps a Protestant faith - now prevalent in the area.

The time it took to build them, the craftsmanship, the artistry - all for nothing - destroyed. This is not the only church to face its extinction. This part of Brownsville is still knee deep in poverty and dispossession. People need more than just a roof over their heads. In return for keeping the church and its interior decorations, the people there could have a place of worship.

You can see photos here from the web site devoted to Our Lady of Loreto, a web site maintained by Dominick Mondelli. Besides PRIMO, the Italian Tribune, mainstream newspapers and news sites in New York such as the New York Times and the Daily News and others brought a lot of publicity to the preservation effort.

And all things were offered to the archdiocese including a creative development idea that preserved the church.

But I thought if one was going to face it’s demolition, it would have been St. The silver lining are the activists, all ethnicities and backgrounds, that tried to save Our Lady of Loreto. We commend also the Italian immigrants who built this church.

They came to build up the city and not tear it down - unlike the archdiocese and now even some others in local government that want to tear down statues of Columbus and others.

We learn from this sad situation, that the effort to preserve our Italian heritage in New York and all over America is well worth the fight and we have to keep fighting whenever we are faced with destruction of our heritage.

Here is a list the people who fought the good fight to save Our Lady of Loreto.Now, you hear the news about how divided is America.Well, the activists involved came from all walks of life.I am currently seeking opportunities to present my story to Italian-American organizations. A deadline of February 28 is set by memorial organizers. This blending of history and culture to highlight a memorable meal is the brainchild of Dr. For some, Zoe is a new face in the city, the recent founder and president of Ancient Dinners LLC; for others, she is a world-traveler who has for many years represented Greece at its embassy in Washington, D. Ancient Dinners is for Zoe a blending of two loves, travel and food, and each Ancient Dinner highlights a different country around the world, gastronomically with family-style food, based on ancient recipes and created with original ingredients that are indigenous to the country. For the select diners, it was an educationally enriching experience, in which the ancient foods of Rome were introduced by two engaging personalities, Chefs Amy Riolo, author and television personality, and Luigi Diotaiuti, proprietor of Aperto and Al Tiramisu. It is reminiscent of what happens to a building that had a bomb dropped on it. Part of Brownsville or Ocean Hill neighborhood in Brooklyn. This neighborhood was once a densely populated Italian neighborhood.My hope is that by learning of my efforts to sculpt the "Behold" statue that Italian-Americans will be inspired further to show our rich history in supporting Civil Rights in America. Morelli is currently looking to collaborate with a major architect to compete for a major public memorial to Dr. A recent gathering was the third Ancient Dinner in a series that will continue next year as well. In the spirit of Virgil and Apicius, two famous Roman devotees of fine food, the charming duo of Luigi and Amy lifted the evening to Olympian heights, and filled it with their intimate knowledge. And the church, built by Italian immigrants over 100 years ago, is now being demolished. About 110 years ago, the Italian immigrants wanted a Catholic church of their own. You can see that it was well-attended and made up of many devoted parishioners.And here is where one wonders about the intentions of Bishop Nicholas Di Marzio and other officials of the Brooklyn archdiocese.

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