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Threatened Catholics Churches Saved In Cleveland

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Threatened Catholics Churches Saved In Cleveland

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Threatened Catholics Churches Saved In Cleveland

Threatened Catholics Churches Saved In Cleveland

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Twelve Catholic churches that were closed by the Cleveland Diocese will be re-opened after a successful appeal by the affected parishes. Melissa Block speaks with Patricia Schulte-Singleton, who heads "Endangered Catholics Coalition." She is a parishioner of Saint Patrick Parish in Cleveland, one of the churches which had been closed.

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