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At Mass yesterday at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross led by Archbishop Sean P. O’Malley were (from left) three DiClimentes — Dante, 8; Megan, 10; and Frankie, 11 — and Gina Amerena. The service was for the new pope and to heal the sick.
At Mass yesterday at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross led by Archbishop Sean P. O’Malley were (from left) three DiClimentes — Dante, 8; Megan, 10; and Frankie, 11 — and Gina Amerena. The service was for the new pope and to heal the sick. (Globe Staff Photo / Matthew J. Lee) Globe Staff Photo / Matthew J. Lee

O'Malley asks congregants to accept new pope

Inside, Mass; outside, protest

By Maria Cramer
Globe Staff / April 25, 2005

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They were infirm and able-bodied, old and young. Some came in somber, dark coats and others in fluffy miniskirts and flip-flops. (Full article: 749 words)

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