Frank Silechia, pictured above at the far left, was the first to discover “The Cross” while providing rescue and recovery work at Ground Zero following the attack on the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001. A lawsuit has been filed by American Atheists to prevent the cross from being included in a 9/11 museum that will be housed on government property. Silechia defends the decision to include The Cross, telling everyone what it meant to those who were there.
It was twilight on the morning of Sept. 14, 2001. Light had emerged, so faint and yet so powerfully, that the first responders at Ground Zero in New York City could finally see what they had been moving and wading through during the night.
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