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St. Patrick's Cathedral (Manhattan): Church in New York, United States
The Cathedral of St. Patrick is a decorated Neo-Gothic-style Roman Catholic cathedral church in the United States and a prominent landmark of New York City. It is the seat of the archbishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York as well as parish church, located on the east side of Fifth Avenue between 50th and 51st Streets in Midtown Manhattan, directly across the street from Rockefeller Center, facing the Atlas statue. It is considered one of the most visible symbols of Roman Catholicism in New York City and the United States.

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Man charged with attempted arson at St. Patrick's Cathedral to undergo mental exam

Marc Lamparello, the man charged with attempted arson after walking into St. Patrick's Cathedral with gasoline, will undergo a mental fitness exam
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Man who carried gas cans into NY cathedral charged with attempted arson

A 37-year-old man who entered New York's famed St. Patrick's Cathedral carrying two full gasoline cans, lighter fluid and lighters was charged with attempted arson on Thursday, police said.
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NYC cathedral suspect had booked a flight to Rome

Marc Lamparello was arrested after entering St. Patrick's Cathedral carrying two cans of gasoline, lighter fluid and butane lighters
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New Jersey man arrested after bringing gas cans into St. Patrick's Cathedral, police say

A New Jersey man was arrested Wednesday after he brought gas cans into St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York, police said.
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Man who carried gasoline and lighter fluid into St. Patrick's Cathedral in custody

A man is in custody after trying to enter the historic St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York, carrying gas cans and lighters. It comes just two days after flames ravaged the Notre Dame Cathedral in..
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Eye Opener: Country braces for Mueller report

Americans will get to read the redacted version of the Mueller report today after the attorney general holds a press conference. Also, days after the Notre Dame Cathedral went up in flames, a man is in..
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Here's the latest for Thursday April 18th: Redacted Mueller report due out Thursday; North Korea says it tested new weapon; NYPD says man entered St. Patrick's Cathedral with cans of gas, lighters;..
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Man caught walking into New York cathedral with full gasoline cans, lighters: police

A 37-year-old man was arrested on Wednesday night after walking into St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City with two full gasoline cans, lighter fluid and lighters, police said.
Reuters - Published

NYPD Deputy Commissioner briefs reporters on arrest at St. Patrick's Cathedral

A man was arrested after trying to enter St. Patrick's Cathedral with gas cans. NYPD Deputy Commissioner John Miller briefed reporters about the arrest.
CBS News - Published

Man arrested with gas cans at St. Patrick's Cathedral

The NYPD said it is "too early" to determine the suspect's motive
CBS News - Published

Australia's Cardinal Pell sentenced to six years jail for sexually abusing choir boys

Former Vatican treasurer Cardinal George Pell was sentenced to six years in jail by an Australian court on Wednesday for sexually abusing two choir boys in the 1990s at St Patrick's Cathedral in..
Reuters - Published

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