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Jon Rogers, a leader of the vigil at St. Frances Xavier Cabrini in Scituate, spoke during a news conference yesterday at Infant Jesus-St. Lawrence Church in Brookline.
Jon Rogers, a leader of the vigil at St. Frances Xavier Cabrini in Scituate, spoke during a news conference yesterday at Infant Jesus-St. Lawrence Church in Brookline. (Globe Staff Photo / Bill Greene) Globe Staff Photo / Bill Greene

Suits argue churches owned by parishioners

By Michael Paulson
Globe Staff / May 24, 2005

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BROOKLINE -- Arguing that the Catholic parishes of Greater Boston belong to the parishioners and not to the Catholic Archdiocese of Boston, critics of the parish closings said yesterday that they are turning to the judicial system for help after failing to persuade church officials to abandon their plan to shutter scores of local churches. (Full article: 765 words)

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