August 26, 2013
A statue of St. Isaac Jogues, one of the Canadian Martyrs, is seen on one of the two restored bronze doors at the main entrance of St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York following their installation Aug. 14. The doors each weigh nearly five tons. The installation marked a major milestone in the three-year, $177-million restoration of the cathedral.

CNS PHOTO | GREGORY SHEMITZ

Martyr's door

A statue of St. Isaac Jogues, one of the Canadian Martyrs, is seen on one of the two restored bronze doors at the main entrance of St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York following their installation Aug. 14.

The doors each weigh nearly five tons.

The installation marked a major milestone in the three-year, $177-million restoration of the cathedral.