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Tolling of church bells carries special meaning for many; Troy once dominated the industry

The Rev. Richard Carlino is pictured in the outside bell tower at St. Anthony’s Church in Schenectady.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
The Rev. Richard Carlino is pictured in the outside bell tower at St. Anthony’s Church in Schenectady.
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For many, bells are symbolic of the holiday season — from bell choirs to songs such as “Carol of the Bells” to the large bells in church steeples that ring in the season. For the Rev. Richard Carlino, though, church bells are a year-round obsession. Ever since he was a child, Carlino, 60, who is pastor at both St. John the Evangelist’s Church and St. Anthony’s Church in Schenectady, has had a deep love for ...


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