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Romney's Rome visit seen fueled by politics

Catholic vote considered key

Governor Mitt Romney of Massachusetts took questions from reporters at Logan Airport before departing for Vatican City to witness Archbishop Sean O'Malley's elevation to cardinal.
By Michael Paulson
Globe Staff / March 24, 2006

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(Clarification: A Page One story on March 24 reported that Archbishop Sean P. O'Malley said that he had invited no one to Rome other than his relatives for the consistory at which he would be elevated to cardinal but that Governor Mitt Romney said he had been invited by the archbishop. The archdiocese now says that, although the archbishop had ... (Full article: 1433 words)

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