Princeton World Trade Center beam finally finds a permanent home

Controversy over the future home of a piece of steel from the World Trade Center acquired for a September 11 memorial in Princeton, NJ has ended with the decision that the steel will be housed outside St. Paul’s Church in Princeton writes Philip Sean Curran of Central Jersey.com.

The issue was hotly debated because the 10-foot steel beam had a cross-shaped hole cut out of it, which offended the American Atheists.

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