NEW YORK (AP) -- Jane Pollicino stood Friday beneath the cross-shaped steel beam at ground zero, her late husband's name on a bracelet around her wrist.
is clearly a message from God, that he was always
Pollicino, whose husband Steve was among the 2,800 people killed at the Trade Center, wants that message to endure. The Long Island woman has added her voice to a group that is pushing for the 20-foot cross to be included in the site's permanent memorial.
in this world makes sense to me anymore,'' she
The beam, shaped like a cross, was discovered Sept. 13 by a construction worker searching for survivors.
was the first sign, really, that God was at ground
year ago, workers moved it atop a concrete stand in a
Rev. Brian Jordan, a Franciscan priest, blessed the
Lower Manhattan Development Corp., which is overseeing
are many powerful symbols that emerged in the