Motorcycle blessing draws record crowd


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  • The bikers paused for a general blessing by Fr. Miccula before the 40 mile ride.



On Saturday, May 24, Father Angelo Micciulla, parochial vicar at Warwick's R.C. Church of St. Stephen the First Martyr in Warwick, joined a formation of more than 85 motorcycle enthusiasts, led by Warwick Police, on a 40-mile ride through local country roads. Before the ride and after a brief general blessing, Pastor Rev. Michael McLoughlin and Micciulla blessed each of the bikes individually. Micciulla also is the Chaplain of the Hudson Valley Chapter of the Shamrocks Motorcycle Club. The event was sponsored by the Shamrocks Motorcycle Club - Black Irish Chapter, Pennings Orchard and Farm Market, Get in Gear of Pine Island, Pennings Lawn Care and Vogel & Moore Nationwide Insurance Agency.


Photo by Roger Gavan
Additional photos can be found at warwickadvertiser.com


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