All this week, the Register is recalling the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. Each day, we are featuring the recollections of an individual Catholic who was there or whose lives were impacted by the tragic events.
For those not on the scene but who had once worked there and knew some people in the World Trade Center, the events took on added meaning
Robert Astorino, former station manager/program director of the Catholic Channel on Sirius Satellite Radio, who now serves as Westchester County, N.Y., Executive, was by a television and watched the plane fly into World Trade Center.
“I remember all of a sudden crying and understating what’s happening to people in the building,” he...READ MORE