Beloved BX church reopens after arson fire

A beloved Bronx church has reopened its doors after being set on fire in March of last year. St. Nicholas of Tolentine suffered thousands of

THE BRONX - A beloved Bronx church has reopened its doors after being set on fire in March of last year.

St. Nicholas of Tolentine suffered thousands of dollars in damage, forcing parishioners to attend services inside a school gym.

Congregants say they're happy to be back. The church holds three masses each Sunday, in English, Spanish and Vietnamese.

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