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For churches, charities, hard-luck tale had sting

Joseph F. Brennan
Kimberly Dow
By Lisa Wangsness
Globe Staff / March 4, 2006

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With a terrible cough and eyes tired from crying, she told the priest a wrenching story: She had left a cruel husband in New Hampshire. Now, she and her two young children were living in a truck. Friendless and without family, she had run out of money and had no gas to keep the truck running for heat. She had ... (Full article: 1171 words)

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