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Diocese eyes power of persuasion to end sit-ins

More parishes consider vigils

By Michael Paulson
Globe Staff / September 14, 2004

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Facing a spreading rebellion from worshipers at a handful of closing parishes, the Archdiocese of Boston says it is planning this week its first efforts to persuade angry Catholics to leave the churches they have occupied in Weymouth and Sudbury. (Full Article: 1174 Words)

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