The Vatican has reversed the decision of Cleveland's Catholic Bishop to close 13 Northeast Ohio churches. Three years ago, Bishop Richard Lennon closed or "reconfigured" dozens of parishes in Greater Cleveland, citing economic necessity and a shortage of priests. Thirteen of those churches appealed the closings to the Vatican, under the guidance of Boston lawyer Peter Borre, a nationally known expert on challenging church closings. Borre says, last week, the high court in Rome ruled in favor of the Cleveland parishioners. "This is a shut-out for Lennon.