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On January 21, there was the feminist, pro-abortion Women’s March that took place in Washington D.C., which protested the decisions of President Donald Trump. Although the people who organized this … more
At the turn of the 19th century a small band of religious women known as “The White Sisters” fled religious persecution in France. more
In the wake of Hurricane Matthew, we are once again reminded of the devastation that occurs when natural disasters happen locally and around the globe. Such events also call to the mind the … more
The NCAA Men’s Basketball Final Four square off this Saturday in a game to determine who will play in the National Championship Game on April 7 at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas. more
The Rite of Ordination of a priest is a ceremony filled with powerful and sacred moments. more
At Easter, the central mystery of our faith, the Resurrection, can present a stumbling block as St. Paul told us for many people of no faith and sometimes even those of faith. more
November is traditionally known as “All Souls” month in the Catholic Church. It is time when Catholics remember the dead in prayer especially at Masses offered for deceased relatives and friends. more
The Constitution of the Republic of Ireland begins: “In the Name of the Most Holy Trinity, from Whom is all authority and to Whom, as our final end, all actions both of men and States must be referred.” And now, as of last week, that same constitution has enshrined a redefinition of marriage to include those of the same sex. Ireland has become the first country in the world to redefine marriage by means of popular vote. more
This past Saturday, the final document of the Fifteenth Ordinary General Assembly of the Synod of Bishops was approved. The synod has focused on the role of young people in the Church and … more
Some point to the election of politicians who favor abortion or a redefinition of marriage as a sign that Catholics in Rhode Island have not allowed their faith to enter the public square. While that is true, it is also the case that an unwillingness to confront economic injustices is a sign that Catholic faith has not penetrated political life. more
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