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A vigil of faith, hope endures

Occupation's anniversary finds no resolution in sight

By Carolyn Y. Johnson
Globe Staff / October 23, 2005

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SCITUATE -- Every Friday night, an hour after their usual 8 o'clock bedtime, Sean, Scott, and Christian Arnold arrive at church, clad in Disney, motorcycle, and Shrek pajamas, respectively. The 7-year-old triplets patter down the aisle in slippers or bare feet, dragging sleeping bags behind them. Sometimes they remember to genuflect before turning left at the altar and -- trying ... (Full article: 1124 words)

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