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Library exhibit a tribute to Archdiocese of Boston

The bust of Archbishop John Joseph Williams is part of the library exhibit. The bust of Archbishop John Joseph Williams is part of the library exhibit. (Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff)
By Michael Paulson
Globe Staff / August 11, 2008

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Shortly after Protestant rioters torched the Ursuline convent in Charlestown in 1834, the Roman Catholic bishop of Boston, Benedict J. Fenwick, took out his pen and his journal and began to write. (Full article: 710 words)

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