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THREE YEARS AND COUNTING

Parishoners pass milestone in fight to keep church open

Connie Vigliotta and Carol MacPhee have taken part in a three-year vigil to keep open Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church in East Boston. Connie Vigliotta and Carol MacPhee have taken part in a three-year vigil to keep open Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church in East Boston. (GEORGE RIZER/GLOBE STAFF)
By John C. Drake
Globe Staff / October 15, 2007

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Willie Cino, 84, had never been much of a churchgoer. Up until the Archdiocese of Boston shut down Our Lady of Mt. Carmel parish three years ago Friday, he went to the church just twice a week: on Sunday morning to drop off his wife, and on Sunday afternoon to pick her up. (Full article: 854 words)

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