posted on Aug, 24 2011 @ 09:43 PM
Brian Jordan, a friar in residence at the Church of the Holy Name of Jesus in New York, is being completely disingenuous when he says:
“This was a symbol of hope for all faith people,” he said. “This is not meant to put one religion over another, that’s not the point at
all. We needed friendship and support and that cross was a stimulus to provide that support.”
Right… as soon as he points me to the Muslims who saw the T-shaped girders and found Hope, I’ll take him more seriously.