Night Fever in New York City

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The Seat of Mercy visits the city that never sleeps. For the first time, St. Patrick’s Cathedral hosts “NightFever,” an open evening of prayer before the Blessed Sacrament. Following the movement begun at World Youth Day in Germany, every passerby is invited into the Cathedral. Leaving New York’s busy streets behind, all who enter are given candles and invited to the altar for a personal encounter with the Mercy of the Eucharistic Lord – drawing close, renewed, and rekindled by Light of the World.

Contest: 2016 Share the Story Contest
Created By: Katie Breidenbach
Location: Brooklyn, NY, USA
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Katie Breidenbach is an award-winning Catholic movie and television producer, director, and editor. She co-founded Thing in a Pot Productions, an independent media company, with her fiancé in 2013. In addition to producing short videos, Katie is also a one-man-band reporter for Current News on New Evangelization Television (NET), a station operated by the Diocese of Brooklyn. Katie has directed and produced short narratives like “Snow Falls in Brooklyn” (Official Selection, NYC Indie Film Festival 2016), “In Quietness and Confidence” (Winner, “Director’s Choice Award,” San Diego Christian Film Festival 2012) and “Refracture: An Abortion Film” (Winner, “Best in Festival,” Bowling Green State University Film Festival 2012). Her short documentary, “Our Lady of Czestochowa Visits NYC” was featured on EWTN Live (January 2014).

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The video features the original song, “The Little One,” written and performed by Alyssa Pintar. The original lyrics to this piece of music recount the story of St. Therese of Lisieux – a saint known for her simplicity and trust in God’s infinite mercy. “I know well that it is not my great desires that please God in my little soul, what He likes to see is the way I love my littleness and my poverty; it is my blind hope in His mercy, this is my only treasure.”


One comment on “Night Fever in New York City

  1. Carolyn on said:

    Night Fever in New York City is a beautiful, sensitively filmed video. Nice to see a peaceful, positive, spiritual side of a great city.

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