New York – Earlier this week, the biggest Cathedral in the world, The Cathedral of St. John the Divine, opened its doors to COVID19 patients of its neighbor, the Mt. Sinai St. Luke’s Hospital on upper west side Amsterdam. But plans have changed, as the admissions have lessened and more patients have been discharged. Thankfully, Spring has set in with a message of hope in the air.
Although a relative slow-down has been experienced here, government officials continue to ask the public to strictly #stayhome, maintain #socialdistancing, and continue to #wearmasksandgloves whenever there is a need to go out.
For Easter Sunday, OSM! features the colossal Cathedral of St. John the Divine, saluting to its consistent dedication to and voice of the community. Let’s do a virtual Museum tour.
(Featured photo is the West entrance of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine with the Peace Fountain, 40-foot high sculpture and fountain, created in 1985 by the Cathedral’s sculptor-in-residence Greg Wyatt.)