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50 years' worth of reflections

City native Philip Davignon retires after half-century of service

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Posted: Saturday, September 8, 2012 12:00 am

ATTLEBORO - The Rev. Philip Davignon, an Attleboro native and a 1954 graduate of Attleboro High School, celebrated his retirement last month after a half-century of service to the Church.

Davignon, who studied for the priesthood at St. Thomas Seminary in Bloomfield, Conn. and completed his studies at St. Mary's Seminary and at a college in Baltimore, said his decision to join the priesthood came from a desire to help people.

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