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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
A recent report in the British Guardian, quoting an American study, revealed that millennials are less sexually active than previous generations. It seems that sexual activity among millennials is … more
This week the Church celebrates the Feast of St. Luke, the Evangelist and physician. It’s interesting to reflect on how our lives — and the life of the universal Church — would be different if … more
On Feb. 2, 2000, George W. Bush, as a candidate for president, spoke at the Bob Jones University during the school's chapel hour. Bush gave a standard stump speech making no specific … more
November is traditionally known as “All Souls” month in the Catholic Church. It is the time when Catholics remember the dead in prayer, especially at Masses offered for deceased relatives and … more
A proposal in the U.S. Senate to ensure continued protections offered to religious institutions under the Constitution was effectively defeated in a procedural vote of 51-48 last week. more
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