Priest served as keeper of ‘Ground Zero Cross’ over its 13-year journey to 9/11 museum

Father Brian Jordan, a Franciscan priest, has written a book entitled The Ground Zero Cross.

The book tells the story of the cross found in the rubble of the World Trade Center and its journey around the site, a journey that ended in the National 9/11 Memorial Museum, reports Larry McShane in the New York Daily News.

Father Jordan has long been a defender of the cross, from its earliest days at the site, when he held Mass under it for all denominations, until now.

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