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Showing faith in his family

Filmmaker is home to share personal story in 'Hand of God'

By James Sullivan
Globe Correspondent / June 6, 2006

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Dropcloths cover the furniture on the first floor of the Cultrera home. Aunt Kay, who lived below her sister Josephine's family for decades, died recently at age 100. The house is getting a face lift; Josephine, 86, and her husband, Paul, 91, will move down from the second floor when the paint dries. (Full article: 906 words)

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