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Nuns view land as a sacred trust

By Mary K. Pratt
Globe Correspondent / December 23, 2004

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They have owned remote convents, willow-shaded hospitals, and schools and orphanages on green campuses. For decades, nuns have been little-noticed stewards of the land. (Full article: 842 words)

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