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A Kennedy plumbs life as a Catholic

In book, RFK daughter explores contradictions

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By Michael Paulson
Globe Staff / September 8, 2008

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HYANNIS PORT - Catholicism ran deep at the home of Bobby and Ethel Kennedy. Prayers before and after every meal, when a family trip was beginning, when something got lost. Bible readings after dinner. St. Christopher medals around the neck. St. Francis pictures on the wall. Virgin Mary statues in the corner. Mass schedules by the bedsides. And Mass every ... (Full article: 1333 words)

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