NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A beloved tradition in Brooklyn dating back to 1903 returned Sunday.Judge Rules Mayor De Blasio, Former NYPD Commissioner Will Not Have To Take Stand In Inquiry Into Eric Garner's Death
It honors Italian Saint Paulinus of Nola, who offered his life to save others.READ MORE: Infant Girl, Mother Injured When Car Crashes Into Yonkers Store
The event was put on hold in 2020 because of the pandemic, but it returned strong this year.
Sunday’s prayer was dedicated to all the lives lost to COVID-19.MORE NEWS: 2 Abandoned Black Swans Rescued On Long Island
The feast runs through July 18.