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Spiritual Life

Catholic choir sings a different tune

By Rich Barlow
December 17, 2005

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In the basement of St. Katharine Drexel Church in Dorchester, Meyer J. Chambers coaxed a languorous gospel melody from his piano. A hand occasionally flew off the keyboard to conduct the choir singers seated in a rectangle, most of them African-American like Chambers who had braved Monday night's frigid cold for rehearsal. (Full article: 765 words)

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