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Pope names Law to ceremonial position in Rome

By Michael Paulson
Globe Staff / May 28, 2004

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Pope John Paul II yesterday appointed Cardinal Bernard F. Law to a ceremonial job overseeing one of the four major basilicas of Rome, granting the former archbishop of Boston a prestigious appointment just two days after the Archdiocese of Boston announced that it was closing 65 parishes. (Full Article: 1236 Words)

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