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The country and the world have watched the high drama and serious reality of the situation in Washington, D.C. over the past few months as the struggle with the debt crisis loomed. more
From the beginning of time, as we know it, all created things are set into motion by God’s will. There is a vast universe filled with gas, dust, stars and planets organized into individual solar … more
Fourth of July is a time to reflect upon our mission as Americans and as Catholics. As Catholic Americans our mission is the same as it was 2000 years ago when our church was founded, same as it was over 200 years ago when our nation was founded and the same as it was 100 years ago when our many of our own ancestors arrived from Europe and Canada. more
Recently, there has been some negative press coverage concerning the pension funding of the St. Joseph Health Services of Rhode Island (SJHSRI). There are many generous men and women who have given … more
There has been a lot of discussion concerning whether or not those couples who are divorced and re-married can receive holy Communion without a prior annulment of their first marriages. A lot of the … more
On Sunday Pope Benedict celebrated a canonization Mass of the six newest saints in the church. Over 50,000 gathered as six Catholics were declared saints including Brother Andre Bessette, the French Canadian miracle worker whose life and ministry is so well known to Catholics in Rhode Island. more
Last week, Martin Castro, chairman of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, blatantly insulted all those who desire to protect their religious freedom. In his report Castro wrote, “The phrases … more
On September 9, 2017, Pope Francis issued a new Motu Proprio (on his own volition) “Magnum Principium,” granting authority on liturgical translations to Bishop’s Conferences. In this document, … more
On New Year’s Eve 1843 Rhode Island factory owner Amasa Sprague was brutally beaten to death by an unknown assailant. more
Abby Johnson, a former director for Planned Parenthood, opens the forward to the book, 40 Days for Life: Discover What God Has Done, Imagine What He Can Do, with the questions, “Does it really make a difference? Are my prayers really working?” The 250 pages that follow are proof that the answer to both these questions is a resounding yes! more
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