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Sentiment-filled journey

In small groups, Catholics plan trip for O'Malley

Aidan Dowling, 3, of Roslindale, greeted Archbishop Sean P. O'Malley, who will be made a cardinal next week, after the St. patrick's Day Mass in Cathedral of the Holy Cross in the South End.
By Charles A. Radin
Globe Staff / March 18, 2006

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High-tech entrepreneurs, car dealers, investment bankers, and veteran priests. All are among the more than 500 exuberant Massachusetts pilgrims going to Rome for next Friday's elevation of Archbishop Sean P. O'Malley to the office of cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church. (Full article: 1107 words)

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