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In the United States on every fourth Thursday in November we celebrate Thanksgiving Day as a national holiday. Yet, when the history of this day is traced back to its origins in the early 1620s, it … more
The Diocese of Providence has a rich diversity when it comes to the cultures and traditions that are manifested in the celebration of the Mass. There are many beautiful churches that have been built … more
Mookie Betts’ mother rewarded her son with a huge meal after his stellar performance in game 2 of this year’s World Series (he went 3-4). Betts and his best friend since seventh grade, Cam Lewis, … more
The American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP), one of our nation’s major medical organizations, has recently adopted a “neutral stance” on the issue of physician-assisted suicide (a practice … more
Ambassdor Nikki Haley, shortly after announcing her upcoming departure from her role at the United Nations, spoke last week at the Al Smith Dinner in New York City. The Al Smith Dinner, held annually … 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
This past weekend, on a cold Friday night, roughly 30 young men and women attended a talk given outside around a camp fire at the St. Theresa Shrine in Nasonville. The talk, delivered by a Catholic … more
The beginning of November marks the time that we celebrate All Saints’ Day, in which we commemorate those men and women who have persevered in their faith and have entered the Heavenly Kingdom, and … 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
Kermit Gosnell, a man who’s been described as “America’s #1 serial killer,” was an abortionist in Philadelphia for more than 30 years. He utilized some of the most gruesome procedures … more
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