Photos - St. Basil Luncheon 2013

The annual luncheon honored Fr Emmanuel Columbus serving the Cathedral for 49 years, and at the age of 93, still going strong. The honoree was surprised and in an emotional ceremony received many accolodes including a beautiful cross from the Metropolitan, as well as a certificate of recognition from the New York City Council, presented by Peter Vallone.

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