Mass for disabled parishioners held in Kingsbridge

Started seven years ago by a blind parishioner, the annual Mass invites mentally and physically handicapped people to pray, sing and be blessed together.

Started seven years ago by a blind parishioner, the annual Mass invites mentally and physically handicapped people to pray, sing and be blessed together. (10/24/15)

KINGSBRIDGE - The Bronx's faithful celebrated a special Mass at Our Lady of Angels Parish Saturday for the mentally and physically disabled.

Started seven years ago by a blind parishioner, the annual Mass invites mentally and physically handicapped people to pray, sing and be blessed together.

"They can find there are a lot of blessings, despite their difficulties in life," said Mass organizer Florence Baney.

Church volunteers helped guide the disabled parishioners during the Mass.

 

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