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-St. Teresa students honor Veterans -High school students spend All Souls Day cleaning cemetery -Special education hearings continue -Catholic high school students experience … more
BRISTOL — Columban Father Fintan Keegan, 98, died November 5 at Silver Creek Nursing Home, Bristol. He had resided for the past 15 years at the Columban Retirement House on Bristol Ferry Road, … more
(WOONSOCKET)-Herve Richer, Principal of Mount St. Charles Academy, announced that Jameson Clem, son of Thomas and Lisette Clem of Woonsocket, has been nominated to compete in the national … more
According to a legend, Dubricious was born in Wales, beacame a monk and founded monasteries in Henllan and Moccas. more
WARWICK – Veteran’s Day will be especially meaningful this year for the students enrolled in the course “The Vietnam War, 1945-75” at Bishop Hendricken High School. more
(PROVIDENCE)-Imagine the Samaritan woman standing near the well; her reputation tarnished, self-esteem diminished. Did you ever wonder why she chose a particular time of day to draw water from … more
PROVIDENCE — Dominican Father Philip Alphonsus Smith, ’63, a priest, educator, and administrator who served as the 11th president of Providence College, died unexpectedly at Rhode Island Hospital November 4, surrounded by close friends, including members of the Dominican Community. He was 74 years old. more
CRANSTON — A flowering dogwood tree was planted along side St. Mark Church, in a moving dedication ceremony on November 4 in memory of Dr. Francis Catanzaro who died two years ago. more
The Rhode Island Catholic is proud to announce the launch of a new Web site: www.thericatholic.com. The new site is a companion to the redesigned and renamed paper. Creative Circle Media … more
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