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Hundreds of supporters from St. Peter's School and Our Lady of the Presentation marched in protest yesterday to the Boston Archdiocese's announcement to close their schools.
Hundreds of supporters from St. Peter's School and Our Lady of the Presentation marched in protest yesterday to the Boston Archdiocese's announcement to close their schools. (Globe Staff Photo ) Globe Staff Photo

Parents, students make case on schools

By Suzanne Sataline
Globe Correspondent / June 2, 2004

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Parents and pupils at two Catholic schools took to the streets and the courtroom yesterday to fight the Archdiocese of Boston's attempts to close schools and to keep control of money raised for school programs. (Full Article: 572 Words)

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