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Tremors rumble at Boston churches

Victims’ relatives pray, seek solace

Vicroire Francilot Jean rocked from side to side at St. Angela Merici, mourning the presumed death of three of her six children. Vicroire Francilot Jean rocked from side to side at St. Angela Merici, mourning the presumed death of three of her six children. (Suzanne Kreiter/ Globe Staff)
By Kathy McCabe and Jeannie Nuss
Globe Staff | Globe Correspondent / January 18, 2010

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Ruth Pierre wept before the congregation of a small Haitian church in Mattapan yesterday, mourning her uncle, who was killed in the earthquake that has left her impoverished homeland in ruins. (Full article: 787 words)

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