A quiet faith shaped Menino’s life, private and public ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Mourners and family members attended a wake for Thomas Menino at Faneuil Hall Sunday. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff People arrive to pay their respects as former Mayor Thomas Menino lies in state inside Faneuil Hall in Boston, Massachusetts November 2, 2014. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff John Kerry and Angela Menino stood at Thomas Menino's casket. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff Menino Granddaughter Giulia Fenton is consoled by her grandmother Angela Menino (right) and Angela's sister Frannie Sullivan. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff Angela Menino, and her son, Thomas, were greeted by former Boston mayor Ray Flynn. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff Menino's granddaughters, Taylor and Samantha Menino, embraced. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff A man held a sign thanking Menino as he waited in line to pay his respects. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff Governor Deval Patrick left after paying his respects. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff Mayor Martin Walsh led a group of officials from City Hall to pay their respects. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff A line extended down Congress Street. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff Angela Menino holds a bouquet of flowers brought to her by members of the public as former Mayor Thomas Menino lies in state inside Faneuil Hall. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff Former and present Boston City Councilors pay their respects (left to right) Bill Linehan, Sal LaMattina, Mike Ross, Tim McCarthy, Michelle Wu. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff A line of people wraps around Faneuil Hall as former Mayor Thomas Menino lies in state inside. Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff Tom Lyons, who formerly worked for the city with the Boston Public Health Commission and EMS, clutches a program and a prayer card. A memorial Mass for former Mayor Thomas M. Menino was held at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross.