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On roads less traveled, spirituality takes flight

Even as some Catholic parishes close, other houses of worship thrive

By Christine McConville
Globe Staff / August 14, 2005

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Pastor Anthony Milas has a big problem: his parish in Salem, N.H., keeps growing. Every Sunday morning, he preaches to overflow crowds at four services of the Granite State Baptist Church. (Full article: 1360 words)

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