Ray Santangelo Square Hero Sign Unveiled at Opening of Madonna Della Cava Feast
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Ray Santangelo Square was dedicated at the opening ceremonies of the Madonna Della Cava Feast in Boston’s North End. The veteran hero street sign was installed outside the former residence of Ray Santangelo on Hanover Street between Battery and Commercial Streets.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh spoke at the dedication along with remarks by Stephen Passacantilli. Several family members also participated in the unveiling ceremony.
Pictures from Sunday procession for the 2017 Feast of Madonna Della Cava in Boston’s North End. (More photos) It was a picture perfect Sunday afternoon for the 97th Grand Procession in honor of Madonna Della Cava as part of the annual feast in Boston’s North End. The MDC society brought out the image of Maria SS Read More…
Last Sunday, Mayor Marty Walsh joined the Madonna Della Cava procession through the streets of the North End. The Mayor assisted with carrying the Image of the Madonna, joining in the festivities along with society members, marching bands and feast attendees. See photos, courtesy of Jeremiah Robinson from the Mayor’s Office, below.
On Friday night of the 99th Saint Agrippina’s Feast, the Society and City of Boston hosted a special dedication in honor of “Uncle” Larry Mustacchio by unveiling a “Hero Street Sign” under his home at 28 Clark Street. Larry Mustacchio was not only a proud member of Saint Agrippina Di Mineo Society on Hanover Street, Read More…