September 21, 2016

Knights of the Sacred Military Constantinian Order of Saint George Participate in the 90th Annual Feast of San Gennaro in NYC's Historic Little Italy

The outdoor shrine on Mulberry Street dedicated to our beloved patron
Photos courtesy of Andrew Giordano and New York Scugnizzo
On behalf of Cav. Patrick O'Boyle, Cav. Charles Sant'Elia, Chaplain, Cav. Msgr. Joseph Ambrosio and myself, I would like to thank John A. Fratta of the Figli di San Gennaro for extending the invitation to the Sacred Military Constantinian Order of St. George to participate in Monday’s 90th Annual Feast of San Gennaro at Most Precious Blood Church, the National Shrine to San Gennaro, in NYC’s historic Little Italy (Sept. 19th). It truly was an honor to be a part of this special day. Evviva San Gennaro! — Cav. John Napoli
Cav. Charles Sant'Elia (l.) and Cav. John Napoli (r.)
had the privilege of carrying San Gennaro
(Left) Cav. Sant'Elia with Chaplain, Cav. Msgr. Joseph Ambrosio.
(Right) Cav. Napoli with Feast Organizer John A. Fratta
A look at the beautiful bust of San Gennaro,
replica of the statue from Naples
We spotted a S.S.C. Napoli/Borbone flag along the procession route
After the procession we escorted the statue into Most Precious Blood Church