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Teresians v. American Tower

Monks: Company learned site could be used for wind energy, shifted on sale

By Sacha Pfeiffer
Globe Staff / October 19, 2006

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The Teresian Carmelite monks, a tiny religious community in Worcester with few assets other than five computers and donated furniture, live a life of contemplation. Clad in brown hooded tunics and sandals, they spend six hours a day in prayer, interspersed with silence, solitude, daily Mass, spiritual readings, and household chores. (Full article: 801 words)

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