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The congregation gathers at St. Albert the Great in Weymouth for a lay prayer service last weekend; the final Mass at the church was held Aug. 29.
The congregation gathers at St. Albert the Great in Weymouth for a lay prayer service last weekend; the final Mass at the church was held Aug. 29. (Globe Staff Photo / Matthew J. Lee) Globe Staff Photo / Matthew J. Lee

Staying power

One month after St. Albert's closure, parishioners' sit-in gathers strength

By Bella English
Globe Staff / September 29, 2004

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Here's the drill these days at St. Albert the Great: If you want peace and prayer, you go upstairs. If you want coffee and camaraderie, you go downstairs. Most people want both. (Full Article: 1905 Words)

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