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In the story of the Last Judgment, Jesus reminds us to care for those in need. We turn away from Christ if we ignore those who are hungry, thirsty, without clothes, strangers or in prison. more
Do priests really retire? It is a question that many Catholics ask about their parish priests. After decades of serving the people of God, do priests simply leave it all and begin a new life? Does priesthood somehow end at the age of 70 or 75? more
Valentine’s Day is a day to celebrate love and commitment. Couples strengthen their bonds with one another as they exchange gifts and greetings of love. more
PROVIDENCE – Everyone’s Irish on March 17, but this year’s celebration of St. Patrick’s Day can start early. On March 16, Ireland’s own Frank McNamara will present a show at Providence Performing Arts Center that’s guaranteed to turn any music lover into a leprechaun, at least in spirit. more
To the Editor: In the July 7 issue of Rhode Island Catholic there was a heart-wrenching article with pictures of the devastation to the people of Cabaret, Haiti after a flash flood. … more
To the Editor: I am so pleased to see people focused on the sanctity of life and the fact that abortion is evil. It will be a much better world when abortion is spoken in past tense. … more
To the Editor: Thank you for the extensive coverage by Emily Donohue of the Pro-Life March in Washington, DC. It was a first! It was beautiful! I pray to our Father that this kind of … more
PROVIDENCE – After months of fundraising and donating to the annual Catholic Charity Fund Appeal, parishes across the diocese are going to see the products of their parishioners' generosity. more
WAKEFIELD – Kathleen Pesta of The Prout School in Wakefield recently traveled to Cardiff, Wales to attend the World Religions Curriculum Conference hosted by the International Baccalaureate Organization. more
PROVIDENCE – We are now in the middle of the Lenten season of penance and reflection, and faithful Catholics are doing their best to avoid eating meat on Fridays as a discipline of long tradition and standing. more
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