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Robin McCarthy, who uses a wheelchair, is to be consecrated into the Sisters for a Christian Community in the spring. Five other religious communities had rejected her. Robin McCarthy, who uses a wheelchair, is to be consecrated into the Sisters for a Christian Community in the spring. Five other religious communities had rejected her. (Joanne Rathe/Globe Staff)
By Rich Barlow
January 13, 2007

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'God's given me so much." Robin McCarthy says this, with slightly slurred speech, from her wheelchair. Because of the cerebral palsy she has lived with all her 38 years, the Lowell woman's head bobs occasionally as she speaks and her eyes roll upward . (Full article: 807 words)

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