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February 17, 1990 | United Press International
A "deeply religious" man was charged Friday with keeping thousands of dollars worth of artifacts stolen from area churches in a "chapel" in his home where he apparently conducted his own services, police said. William Silva, 22, of Coventry surrendered at the town police station. Some of the items included vestments, gold-lined chalices, crucifixes, a bronzed coffin, mortuary equipment, church kneelers, Latin prayer plaques and a crimson skullcap.
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February 17, 1990 | United Press International
A "deeply religious" man was charged Friday with keeping thousands of dollars worth of artifacts stolen from area churches in a "chapel" in his home where he apparently conducted his own services, police said. William Silva, 22, of Coventry surrendered at the town police station. Some of the items included vestments, gold-lined chalices, crucifixes, a bronzed coffin, mortuary equipment, church kneelers, Latin prayer plaques and a crimson skullcap.
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August 9, 1989
A coven of witches has won tax exempt status in Rhode Island as a legitimate religious group. "With this ruling, we witches will definitely be able to come out of the closet and take our place in society," said the coven's high priestess, Joyce Siegrist, also known as Lady Genevieve. Tax Administrator R.
NEWS
August 9, 1989
A coven of witches has won tax exempt status in Rhode Island as a legitimate religious group. "With this ruling, we witches will definitely be able to come out of the closet and take our place in society," said the coven's high priestess, Joyce Siegrist, also known as Lady Genevieve. Tax Administrator R.
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