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Parishes await details on streamlining plan

Sharing of resources a concern for some

A parishioner left Cathedral of the Holy Cross in the South End yesterday. Details of sharing are yet to be announced. A parishioner left Cathedral of the Holy Cross in the South End yesterday. Details of sharing are yet to be announced. (Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff)
By Matt Byrne and Michael Levenson
Globe Correspondent | Globe Staff / December 5, 2011
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Seven years after a wave of church closings brought upheaval and protests to the Archdiocese of Boston, parishioners yesterday expressed mixed emotions - some dismay, but also some hope - about a plan to streamline Church management. Some said better management could stave off further closings and help the Church survive continued financial turmoil. But others worried that churches will be asked to do more with less, undercutting efforts to reinvigorate the archdiocese.

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