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From church to condo: Boston real estate battles

The Boston Globe has published a story on the transformation of city churches that are no longer churches into high-end condominium developments:

The struggles of the Catholic Church, in particular, have left many residential areas pocked with deconsecrated houses of worship. With open parcels scarce and Boston’s real estate market hotter than ever, these churches are increasingly attractive as condominium developments.

But tinkering with the old and the holy, it turns out, comes with a particular set of challenges.

In most cases, it’s […]

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Boston Strong :: Boston Vulnerable

Clinging to the notion of strength in the midst of uncertainty and fear, does make us feel better and safer in the short-term. But it also has a shadow side of desperation — if we only say we’re strong over and over again, it will magically become true.

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Drawing lessons from the Boston bombings

In an op-ed for the Richmond Times Dispatch on potential reasons for the Boston Marathon bombing, the Rev. William L. Sachs, executive director of the Center for Interfaith Reconciliation based at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church in Richmond, Va.,

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