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The City of St. Louis laid to rest last week one of its most famous residents, the Catholic Hall of Fame outfielder-first baseman for the St. Louis Cardinals, Stan Musial. more
During a period of economic decline, growing unemployment and rising poverty, the Rhode Island House of Representatives completed its first order of business last week. more
Next week the nation will mark Catholic Schools Week. This annual celebration is designed to highlight the great contributions that Catholic schools make to our nation and also here in Rhode Island. more
The “Imperial Governor” strikes again in Rhode Island. Governor Lincoln Chafee recently expressed his intention to veto any legislation that would put the redefinition of marriage on a ballot referendum. more
January 22, 1973 continues to be a day of infamy for the United States, a day in which the Supreme Court decision Roe vs. Wade legalized abortion on demand in our nation. more
Last week the Rhode Island General Assembly ceremoniously began the new legislative year. Once again, the redefinition of marriage will be pushed by a small, but vocal, minority in the state as they seek legal recognition of same-sex unions as marriages. more
In light of the horrific attack at Sandy Hook Elementary School on December 4, 2012, many have called for an examination of school safety, mental health policies and gun control. more
The great feast of Christmas brings the dawning of the light we so desperately need, especially in the darkness that fell upon Sandy Hook Elementary School last week that now lies over our land. more
Father Stanley T. Nakowicz was laid to rest this week. He was a priest of the Diocese of Providence for 45 years. more
The U.S. Supreme Court has announced that it will review both state and federal cases about the definition of marriage in the coming months. more
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