York, New York – In many ways, the opening of the
Museum of Catholic Art and History in East Harlem was a kind of miracle.
founded by a single mother without a college degree, much experience in
administration or any affiliation with the New York Archdiocese. But the
Christina Cox, had a deep passion for the project and a number of
friends. Over the years, her friends helped the museum take in more than
million in revenue, almost half of it in grants from New York State,
predicted that the institution would bring tourists, jobs and vitality