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In Philadelphia, their first two sons were born: Francis Jr. They soon moved to Boston where Kenneth was born in 1964; there Fran's income came into its own, and Dorothy left her med-tech job to raise her boys. Ultimately, though, she had decided it was a smart move: "We thought it would be a good place to raise children." It was a rough time in Jackson, though—integration was just being enforced—and the Morrisons, although open-minded themselves and supporters of public schools, enrolled their sons at St.Richard Catholic School to shield them from the emotional anguish of integration.The year was 1970, and 11-year-old Francis Morrison lay in his bed in the big house at 771 Belhaven St., listening for heavy footsteps, the covers pulled all the way up to his neck, his eyes squeezed tight in pretend sleep.His heart racing, he wondered if his room would be the first stop for nightly prayers.Here the Morrisons would be part of a smart, cultured community—starting with the Catholic Church. Peter's and started meeting progressive-minded people like vicar general Bernard Francis Law, who was heralded for his civil rights work in the state."The boys became altar boys right away," Dorothy says. Peters didn't have that many children; they were thrilled when we came and had three boys." The boys—by then 5, 7 and 9—all liked to sing and joined the children's choir.The family constantly attended rectory parties where the sons could play with other children and the parents could enjoy brunches and fine meals, sip coffee and drink wine, and engage in witty repartee and intellectual chat with their new friends—especially the pastor George Broussard."The boys were fond of him, and he became fonder and fonder of the boys," Dorothy says.
Dorothy was thrilled to see the world beyond Mississippi. Navy dispatched Fran to London where he worked at the Chelsea Naval Hospital, and his family soaked up English culture. They moved back in 1969."I cried all the way back," Dorothy says with a laugh.
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