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Her talk show is noted for her probing interviews of other celebrities and leaders in the arts, government and industry in Italy. It is reminiscent of what happens to a building that had a bomb dropped on it. Part of Brownsville or Ocean Hill neighborhood in Brooklyn. This neighborhood was once a densely populated Italian neighborhood.They came to build up the city and not tear it down - unlike the archdiocese and now even some others in local government that want to tear down statues of Columbus and others.We learn from this sad situation, that the effort to preserve our Italian heritage in New York and all over America is well worth the fight and we have to keep fighting whenever we are faced with destruction of our heritage.Note: Content on the PRIMO web site is different from the print edition of PRIMO magazine. And the church, built by Italian immigrants over 100 years ago, is now being demolished. About 110 years ago, the Italian immigrants wanted a Catholic church of their own. You can see that it was well-attended and made up of many devoted parishioners.To read the latest articles in the newest print edition of PRIMO, please subscribe today. A house of worship that conveyed their language, customs and traditions. Many of the men who lived there were carpenters and bricklayers and had experience in construction. In the 1960s, Our Lady of Loreto was turned over to the Brooklyn archdiocese.

Her talk show is noted for her probing interviews of other celebrities and leaders in the arts, government and industry in Italy. It is reminiscent of what happens to a building that had a bomb dropped on it. Part of Brownsville or Ocean Hill neighborhood in Brooklyn. This neighborhood was once a densely populated Italian neighborhood.They came to build up the city and not tear it down - unlike the archdiocese and now even some others in local government that want to tear down statues of Columbus and others.We learn from this sad situation, that the effort to preserve our Italian heritage in New York and all over America is well worth the fight and we have to keep fighting whenever we are faced with destruction of our heritage.Note: Content on the PRIMO web site is different from the print edition of PRIMO magazine. And the church, built by Italian immigrants over 100 years ago, is now being demolished. About 110 years ago, the Italian immigrants wanted a Catholic church of their own. You can see that it was well-attended and made up of many devoted parishioners.To read the latest articles in the newest print edition of PRIMO, please subscribe today. A house of worship that conveyed their language, customs and traditions. Many of the men who lived there were carpenters and bricklayers and had experience in construction. In the 1960s, Our Lady of Loreto was turned over to the Brooklyn archdiocese.We commend the following people who led the effort to preserve the church.