Editorial
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Satan does not go away, he just finds other avenues to follow. Although the Black Mass scheduled in cooperation with a Harvard University student group was cancelled, that does not mean those who originally conjured the plans had a change of heart. Additionally, the publicity they received will no doubt cause others to explore these dark practices – perhaps this is what they wanted all along. more
During the months of May and June, many high school and college students prepare themselves for graduation and embark upon new challenges. Those who have completed their high school years either get … more
In the past few years there seems to have been an increase in anti-Catholic rhetoric, both in the media and in politics, which should be concerning for anyone involved in their Catholic faith who … more
In an effort to appear inclusive and tolerant, Governor Chafee decided to rename the Christmas tree that graces the Rhode Island State House during the Christmas season as a “holiday tree.” more
"Where necessary, through a range of capabilities, we will continue to take grave action against those terrorists who pose a threat to America,” stated President Barack Obama during his State of the Union Address last week. more
Wisdom, understanding, counsel, fortitude, knowledge, piety and fear of the Lord. The Catechism lists these as Gifts of the Holy Spirit. If only they were as freely received as they are offered. more
The Irish playwright, poet and novelist Oscar Wilde once wrote that “Too many people know the price of everything and the value of nothing.” This was always a problem with Judas, who was chosen … more
Over the past weekend, many thousands of people descended upon Washington, D.C., to attend the March for Life to call for an end to the Supreme Court decision Roe vs. Wade. The Catholic Church has … more
This year the Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day and the Holocaust Remembrance Day coincide on the same day, April 24. The Armenian Genocide began in 1915 when the Ottoman Turks, who were of the … more
The Diocese of Providence has been blessed with the gift of three new priests — Fathers Derek Puleo, Joseph Upton and Adam Young, who have bravely answered God’s call to undertake a life of ministry in an era marked by secularism and anticlerism. more
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