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Ann C. Kirrane, 64, of Dedham embroidered a pillow case while keeping vigil Tuesday morning at Infant Jesus-St. Lawrence in Brookline. ‘‘We’re not a militant, rabble-rousing group,’’ she said of parishioners.
Ann C. Kirrane, 64, of Dedham embroidered a pillow case while keeping vigil Tuesday morning at Infant Jesus-St. Lawrence in Brookline. ‘‘We’re not a militant, rabble-rousing group,’’ she said of parishioners. (Globe Staff Photo / Bill Greene) Globe Staff Photo / Bill Greene

From the pews, quiet rebellion

Ordinary Catholics in unusual fight

By Michael Paulson
Globe Staff / December 19, 2004

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They are young mothers and retirees, workers who stop by on their lunch hours, and students who drop in after school. (Full article: 1654 words)

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