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Churches mark 1,000 days in vigil

Organizers seek their reopening

Carol Tumasz prepared to spend the night in the chapel of St. Therese Church in Everett last week. She arrives there by 7:30 most nights. Carol Tumasz prepared to spend the night in the chapel of St. Therese Church in Everett last week. She arrives there by 7:30 most nights. (JOHN BOHN/GLOBE STAFF)
By Kathy McCabe
Globe Staff / July 23, 2007

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EVERETT -- One thousand days ago, Carol Tumasz spent her first night sleeping in the closed St. Therese Church , the Roman Catholic parish that always felt like home. (Full article: 1339 words)

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