FR. STEVE KATSOUROS, SJ, was on the subway commuting to his job at St. Peter's Prep in Jersey City from his Jesuit community on 83rd Street in New York when the first plane hit. His train halted abruptly at Fulton Street, just two blocks from the World Trade Center. He emerged from below into a catastrophic situation unlike any New York has ever experienced. Although a bit disoriented, he pulled aside a police officer and immediately offered his assistance. She and Steve were standing at the concourse entrance of the WTC as a sea of people evacuated the building. The pandemonium grew. The officer told him, "Get outta here, Father."
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