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Church for the Deaf - 13 Jan 2015
St. Elizabeth, the only Roman Catholic parish dedicated to serving a deaf congregation, is in danger of losing its identity. The Archdiocese of New York has plans to merge St. Elizabeth with a hearing church, part of a sweeping consolidation of congregations that reflects long-term changes in where New Yorkers worship. Members of St. Elizabeth's fear the move means the loss of the special significance of their deaf church.
USA-NEWYORK/DEAFCHURCH
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January 10, 2015
A choir performs a hymn in sign language at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan during a...
New York, UNITED STATES
Choir performs a hymn in sign language at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan during a Christmas...
A choir performs a hymn in sign language at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan during a Christmas service for its deaf congregation December 21, 2014. St. Elizabeth, the only Roman Catholic parish dedicated to serving a deaf congregation, is in danger of losing its identity. The Archdiocese of New York has plans to merge St. Elizabeth with a hearing church, part of a sweeping consolidation of congregations that reflects long-term changes in where New Yorkers worship. Members of St. Elizabeth's fear the move means the loss of the special significance of their deaf church. Picture taken December 21, 2014. To match Feature USA-NEWYORK/DEAFCHURCH REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
USA-NEWYORK/DEAFCHURCH
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January 10, 2015
Monsignor Patrick Cahill leads a mass in sign language at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan...
New York, UNITED STATES
Monsignor Patrick Cahill leads a mass in sign language at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan...
Monsignor Patrick Cahill leads a mass in sign language at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan during a Christmas service for its deaf congregation December 21, 2014. St. Elizabeth, the only Roman Catholic parish dedicated to serving a deaf congregation, is in danger of losing its identity. The Archdiocese of New York has plans to merge St. Elizabeth with a hearing church, part of a sweeping consolidation of congregations that reflects long-term changes in where New Yorkers worship. Members of St. Elizabeth's fear the move means the loss of the special significance of their deaf church. Picture taken December 21, 2014. To match Feature USA-NEWYORK/DEAFCHURCH REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
USA-NEWYORK/DEAFCHURCH
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January 10, 2015
Congregants respond in sign language during a mass at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan...
New York, UNITED STATES
Congregants respond in sign language during a mass at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan...
Congregants respond in sign language during a mass at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan during a Christmas service for its deaf congregation December 21, 2014. St. Elizabeth, the only Roman Catholic parish dedicated to serving a deaf congregation, is in danger of losing its identity. The Archdiocese of New York has plans to merge St. Elizabeth with a hearing church, part of a sweeping consolidation of congregations that reflects long-term changes in where New Yorkers worship. Members of St. Elizabeth's fear the move means the loss of the special significance of their deaf church. Picture taken December 21, 2014. To match Feature USA-NEWYORK/DEAFCHURCH REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
USA-NEWYORK/DEAFCHURCH
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January 10, 2015
Congregants respond in sign language during a mass at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan...
New York, UNITED STATES
Congregants respond in sign language during a mass at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan...
Congregants respond in sign language during a mass at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan during a Christmas service for its deaf congregation December 21, 2014. St. Elizabeth, the only Roman Catholic parish dedicated to serving a deaf congregation, is in danger of losing its identity. The Archdiocese of New York has plans to merge St. Elizabeth with a hearing church, part of a sweeping consolidation of congregations that reflects long-term changes in where New Yorkers worship. Members of St. Elizabeth's fear the move means the loss of the special significance of their deaf church. Picture taken December 21, 2014. To match Feature USA-NEWYORK/DEAFCHURCH REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES
USA-NEWYORK/DEAFCHURCH
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January 10, 2015
A choir performs a hymn in sign language at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan during a...
New York, UNITED STATES
Choir performs a hymn in sign language at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan during a Christmas...
A choir performs a hymn in sign language at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan during a Christmas service for its deaf congregation December 21, 2014. St. Elizabeth, the only Roman Catholic parish dedicated to serving a deaf congregation, is in danger of losing its identity. The Archdiocese of New York has plans to merge St. Elizabeth with a hearing church, part of a sweeping consolidation of congregations that reflects long-term changes in where New Yorkers worship. Members of St. Elizabeth's fear the move means the loss of the special significance of their deaf church. Picture taken December 21, 2014. To match Feature USA-NEWYORK/DEAFCHURCH REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
USA-NEWYORK/DEAFCHURCH
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January 10, 2015
Congregants respond in sign language during a mass at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan...
New York, UNITED STATES
Congregants respond in sign language during a mass at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan...
Congregants respond in sign language during a mass at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan during a Christmas service for its deaf congregation December 21, 2014. St. Elizabeth, the only Roman Catholic parish dedicated to serving a deaf congregation, is in danger of losing its identity. The Archdiocese of New York has plans to merge St. Elizabeth with a hearing church, part of a sweeping consolidation of congregations that reflects long-term changes in where New Yorkers worship. Members of St. Elizabeth's fear the move means the loss of the special significance of their deaf church. Picture taken December 21, 2014. To match Feature USA-NEWYORK/DEAFCHURCH REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
USA-NEWYORK/DEAFCHURCH
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January 10, 2015
Congregants respond in sign language during a mass at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan...
New York, UNITED STATES
Congregants respond in sign language during a mass at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan...
Congregants respond in sign language during a mass at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan during a Christmas service for its deaf congregation December 21, 2014. St. Elizabeth, the only Roman Catholic parish dedicated to serving a deaf congregation, is in danger of losing its identity. The Archdiocese of New York has plans to merge St. Elizabeth with a hearing church, part of a sweeping consolidation of congregations that reflects long-term changes in where New Yorkers worship. Members of St. Elizabeth's fear the move means the loss of the special significance of their deaf church. Picture taken December 21, 2014. To match Feature USA-NEWYORK/DEAFCHURCH REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES
USA-NEWYORK/DEAFCHURCH
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January 10, 2015
An altar boy speaks in sign language at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan before a Christmas...
New York, UNITED STATES
An altar boy speaks in sign language at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan before a Christmas...
An altar boy speaks in sign language at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan before a Christmas service for its deaf congregation December 21, 2014. St. Elizabeth, the only Roman Catholic parish dedicated to serving a deaf congregation, is in danger of losing its identity. The Archdiocese of New York has plans to merge St. Elizabeth with a hearing church, part of a sweeping consolidation of congregations that reflects long-term changes in where New Yorkers worship. Members of St. Elizabeth's fear the move means the loss of the special significance of their deaf church. Picture taken December 21, 2014. To match Feature USA-NEWYORK/DEAFCHURCH REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
USA-NEWYORK/DEAFCHURCH
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January 10, 2015
Margaret Shea (R) speaks in sign language to other congregants at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's...
New York, UNITED STATES
Margaret Shea speaks in sign language to other congregants at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's...
Margaret Shea (R) speaks in sign language to other congregants at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan before a Christmas service for its deaf congregation December 21, 2014. St. Elizabeth, the only Roman Catholic parish dedicated to serving a deaf congregation, is in danger of losing its identity. The Archdiocese of New York has plans to merge St. Elizabeth with a hearing church, part of a sweeping consolidation of congregations that reflects long-term changes in where New Yorkers worship. Members of St. Elizabeth's fear the move means the loss of the special significance of their deaf church. Picture taken December 21, 2014. To match Feature USA-NEWYORK/DEAFCHURCH REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
USA-NEWYORK/DEAFCHURCH
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January 10, 2015
A Catholic nun responds in sign language during a mass at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan...
New York, UNITED STATES
Catholic nun responds in sign language during a mass at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan...
A Catholic nun responds in sign language during a mass at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan during a Christmas service for its deaf congregation December 21, 2014. St. Elizabeth, the only Roman Catholic parish dedicated to serving a deaf congregation, is in danger of losing its identity. The Archdiocese of New York has plans to merge St. Elizabeth with a hearing church, part of a sweeping consolidation of congregations that reflects long-term changes in where New Yorkers worship. Members of St. Elizabeth's fear the move means the loss of the special significance of their deaf church. Picture taken December 21, 2014. To match Feature USA-NEWYORK/DEAFCHURCH REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
USA-NEWYORK/DEAFCHURCH
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January 10, 2015
Congregants respond in sign language during a mass at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan...
New York, UNITED STATES
Congregants respond in sign language during a mass at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan...
Congregants respond in sign language during a mass at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan during a Christmas service for its deaf congregation December 21, 2014. St. Elizabeth, the only Roman Catholic parish dedicated to serving a deaf congregation, is in danger of losing its identity. The Archdiocese of New York has plans to merge St. Elizabeth with a hearing church, part of a sweeping consolidation of congregations that reflects long-term changes in where New Yorkers worship. Members of St. Elizabeth's fear the move means the loss of the special significance of their deaf church. Picture taken December 21, 2014. To match Feature USA-NEWYORK/DEAFCHURCH REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
USA-NEWYORK/DEAFCHURCH
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January 10, 2015
A choir performs a hymn in sign language at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan during a...
New York, UNITED STATES
Choir performs a hymn in sign language at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan during a Christmas...
A choir performs a hymn in sign language at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan during a Christmas service for its deaf congregation December 21, 2014. St. Elizabeth, the only Roman Catholic parish dedicated to serving a deaf congregation, is in danger of losing its identity. The Archdiocese of New York has plans to merge St. Elizabeth with a hearing church, part of a sweeping consolidation of congregations that reflects long-term changes in where New Yorkers worship. Members of St. Elizabeth's fear the move means the loss of the special significance of their deaf church. Picture taken December 21, 2014. To match Feature USA-NEWYORK/DEAFCHURCH REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES
USA-NEWYORK/DEAFCHURCH
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January 10, 2015
Congregants receive communion during a mass at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan during...
New York, UNITED STATES
Congregants receive communion during a mass at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan during...
Congregants receive communion during a mass at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan during a Christmas service for its deaf congregation December 21, 2014. St. Elizabeth, the only Roman Catholic parish dedicated to serving a deaf congregation, is in danger of losing its identity. The Archdiocese of New York has plans to merge St. Elizabeth with a hearing church, part of a sweeping consolidation of congregations that reflects long-term changes in where New Yorkers worship. Members of St. Elizabeth's fear the move means the loss of the special significance of their deaf church. Picture taken December 21, 2014. To match Feature USA-NEWYORK/DEAFCHURCH REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
USA-NEWYORK/DEAFCHURCH
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January 10, 2015
An altar boy holds a cross before leading a procession into the St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's...
New York, UNITED STATES
An altar boy holds a cross before leading a procession into the St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's...
An altar boy holds a cross before leading a procession into the St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan during a Christmas service for its deaf congregation December 21, 2014. St. Elizabeth, the only Roman Catholic parish dedicated to serving a deaf congregation, is in danger of losing its identity. The Archdiocese of New York has plans to merge St. Elizabeth with a hearing church, part of a sweeping consolidation of congregations that reflects long-term changes in where New Yorkers worship. Members of St. Elizabeth's fear the move means the loss of the special significance of their deaf church. Picture taken December 21, 2014. To match Feature USA-NEWYORK/DEAFCHURCH REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATESRELIGION - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
USA-NEWYORK/DEAFCHURCH
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January 10, 2015
Monsignor Patrick Cahill leads a mass in sign language at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan...
New York, UNITED STATES
Monsignor Patrick Cahill leads a mass in sign language at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan...
Monsignor Patrick Cahill leads a mass in sign language at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan during a Christmas service for its deaf congregation December 21, 2014. St. Elizabeth, the only Roman Catholic parish dedicated to serving a deaf congregation, is in danger of losing its identity. The Archdiocese of New York has plans to merge St. Elizabeth with a hearing church, part of a sweeping consolidation of congregations that reflects long-term changes in where New Yorkers worship. Members of St. Elizabeth's fear the move means the loss of the special significance of their deaf church. Picture taken December 21, 2014. To match Feature USA-NEWYORK/DEAFCHURCH REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
USA-NEWYORK/DEAFCHURCH
RTR4KTRY
January 10, 2015
Monsignor Patrick Cahill leads a mass in sign language at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan...
New York, UNITED STATES
Monsignor Patrick Cahill leads a mass in sign language at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan...
Monsignor Patrick Cahill leads a mass in sign language at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan during a Christmas service for its deaf congregation December 21, 2014. St. Elizabeth, the only Roman Catholic parish dedicated to serving a deaf congregation, is in danger of losing its identity. The Archdiocese of New York has plans to merge St. Elizabeth with a hearing church, part of a sweeping consolidation of congregations that reflects long-term changes in where New Yorkers worship. Members of St. Elizabeth's fear the move means the loss of the special significance of their deaf church. Picture taken December 21, 2014. To match Feature USA-NEWYORK/DEAFCHURCH REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
USA-NEWYORK/DEAFCHURCH
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January 10, 2015
Monsignor Patrick Cahill leads a mass in sign language at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan...
New York, UNITED STATES
Monsignor Patrick Cahill leads a mass in sign language at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan...
Monsignor Patrick Cahill leads a mass in sign language at St. Elizabeth of Hungary in New York's Manhattan during a Christmas service for its deaf congregation December 21, 2014. St. Elizabeth, the only Roman Catholic parish dedicated to serving a deaf congregation, is in danger of losing its identity. The Archdiocese of New York has plans to merge St. Elizabeth with a hearing church, part of a sweeping consolidation of congregations that reflects long-term changes in where New Yorkers worship. Members of St. Elizabeth's fear the move means the loss of the special significance of their deaf church. Picture taken December 21, 2014. To match Feature USA-NEWYORK/DEAFCHURCH REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
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