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Offer buys extra year for parish school

By Suzanne Sataline and Michael Paulson
Globe Correspondent and Globe Staff / June 8, 2004

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Our Lady of the Presentation School in Brighton, one of three schools and dozens of parishes the Archdiocese of Boston ordered closed last month, yesterday received a reprieve of a year after Secretary of State William Galvin personally pledged a $100,000 line of credit should the school slide into debt in the coming year. (Full Article: 789 Words)

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