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Another Rhode Island institution is about to close its doors forever. Benny’s, the local go-to store for everything from spark plugs to kitchenware will soon be consigned to that category of closed … 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
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
A recent U.S. Bishops’ statement introduced the month of September as a “Season of Creation” in which to focus our spiritual lives on ecological matters. Culminating on the Feast of St. Francis … more
In his first encyclical, Lumen Fidei, Pope Francis explains that “faith is not a light which scatters all our darkness but a lamp that guides our steps in the night.” Entrusting oneself to God in … more
In the wake of the terrible events that unfolded recently in Charlottesville, Virginia, Cardinal Daniel N. DiNardo, on behalf of the bishops of the United States, affirmed our solidarity as believers … more
CBS News recently reported that nearly all preborn children who test positive for Down syndrome in Iceland are aborted. While touting this development as a positive step forward for Iceland and for … more
In his encyclical “Rerum Novarum,” Pope Leo XIII discussed the issues concerning rights and duties of capital and labor. He was writing this letter during a time of great revolutionary changes in … more
Throughout the world there seems to be a growing malcontent among the nations and the war drums are sounding off in the political, social and economic arenas. North Korea is agitating its neighbors … more
The challenges of caring for the critically ill are often accompanied by many conflicting ethical opinions. The case of eleven-month-old Charlie Gard is no exception. Shortly after birth, he was … more
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