A gaping hole in the north tower of the World Trade Center is left behind by a hijacked passenger jet, setting the building on fire on Sept. 11, 2001.
A place to mourn and remember
A place to pray and worship
The chapel becomes a refuge for tired workers...
Cots and pews are turned into makeshift beds.
The Episcopal chapel, which is part of the parish of nearby Trinity Church on Wall Street, soon becomes a hub for feeding and caring for recovery workers at ground zero.
The St. Paul’s neighborhood looks like a war zone after the attacks.
A 70-year-old sycamore tree on the corner of the chapel grounds appears to shield the building from much of the falling debris.
St. Paul’s Chapel, across the street from the felled towers, withstands the attacks without as much as a broken window.
Rescue and recovery workers fill the streets of Lower Manhattan.
A sanctuary in the city
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