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An enduring shrine to hope

136 years after his death, the faithful still flock to the grave of a young priest, seeking help

By Bill Porter
Globe Staff / February 5, 2006

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MALDEN -- Rosary beads and crosses swayed gently in the biting wind and rattled softly like wind chimes against the spiked wrought-iron fence that protects the grave of the Rev. Patrick J. Power. (Full article: 1182 words)

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