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Parishioners at St. Albert the Great celebrated yesterday's news from the Archdiocese of Boston that the church will reopen. Seven months ago, parishioners began a vigil to protest its closing.
Parishioners at St. Albert the Great celebrated yesterday's news from the Archdiocese of Boston that the church will reopen. Seven months ago, parishioners began a vigil to protest its closing. (Globe Staff Photo / Matthew J. Lee) Globe Staff Photo / Matthew J. Lee
WEYMOUTH

St. Albert's wins 7-month, round-the-clock battle to reopen

By Bella English
Globe Staff / April 1, 2005

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WEYMOUTH -- Cars honked their horns as they passed St. Albert the Great yesterday afternoon. Parishioners hugged and wept. Someone brought two-dozen yellow-and-white balloons to symbolize a rebirth. And people in the pews clutched their rosaries and gave thanks. (Full article: 734 words)

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