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Church's fiscal crisis aired

O'Malley details urgent need to close parishes

By Michael Paulson
Globe Staff / February 5, 2004

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Archbishop Sean P. O'Malley last night outlined a series of dire realities confronting the area's largest religious denomination, saying that while the Catholic Church in Boston is rebounding from crisis, it faces a shortage of priests, worshipers, and dollars that necessitates an upcoming round of parish closings. (Full Article: 986 Words)

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