2010 Feast of San Vincenzo! Oct 24 in Manhattan
- Hi Lena,What a trip down memory lane. My grandparents lived up the street from San Giuseppe, on Monroe Street, Every Sunday, my Mom & Dad, and all the aunts, uncles & cousins would meet at 13 Monroe st for dinner. It feels as if it were 3/4 of a century ago. (It was 75 years ago)I'm still on the boat in Jacksonville, hope all is well by you.Ciao, Capt Joe Guarino
- Just joined your group and found the Oct. 24 trip to be one that I hate to miss, but unfortunately have other plans. I attended St. Joseph School from 1st through 8th grade and graduated in 1957. I was born on Cherry ST. and lived on Pearl St. until I was 17. My grandfather who was born in Craco lived on Vandewater St. Mike Anzilotti
--- In Craco@yahoogroups.com, "lenacamperlengo" <lenacamperlengo@...> wrote:
> Join us on Sunday October 24, as we keep the tradition of the Feast of San Vincenzo alive with a noon Mass at the Church of St. Joseph (5 Monroe St, Manhattan). If your family immigrated from Craco then San Vincenzo touched your lives. San Vincenzo, Martire is the patron saint of Craco and the Crachesi have been celebrating the Feast of San Vincenzo continuously since 1792.
> Early Crachesi immigrants to New York formed the Società San Vincenzo Martire di Craco, that annually sponsored the San Vincenzo Festival in the Little Italy section of the City since 1901. This year after the Mass we will celebrate the day with a true Italian feast at Il Cortile, 125 Mulberry Street. Our ancestors will be smiling down upon us. For more information contact: memberservices@...