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IWJ affiliate Don Bosco Worker Center building chair and altar for Pope's visit

IWJ affiliate Don Bosco Worker Center building chair and altar for Pope's visit

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The Pope requested that the chair and altar be "simple and humble." New York Archbishop Cardinal Timothy Dolan chose immigrant workers from Don Bosco Worker Center to construct the chair and altar that Pope Francis will use at Madison Square Garden. 

You can learn more about the Don Bosco Worker Center here.

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