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Jackie Lemmerhirt, a plaintiff in a lawsuit filed over the closure of St. Jeremiah’s Church in Framingham, fastened a ribbon to her outfit outside the courthouse in Cambridge yesterday.

Parishioners say they own their church

Fight its closure in superior court

By Charles A. Radin
Globe Staff / November 30, 2006

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CAMBRIDGE -- Attorneys for parishioners of the closed St. Jeremiah Parish in Framingham yesterday urged a Middlesex Superior Court judge to rule that the parishioners, not the Archdiocese of Boston, are the rightful owners of St. Jeremiah's land and buildings. (Full article: 326 words)

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