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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
At their November meeting, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops advanced the cause of sainthood for activist and founder of the Catholic Worker movement, Dorothy Day. more
Well before last’s week’s Thanksgiving Day holiday, America began to cover itself with Christmas trees, lights, wreaths and all the trimmings of the season. more
New York's Fordham University made national news last week when its president, Jesuit Father Joseph McShane, scolded the university’s College Republicans for inviting controversial conservative political commentator Ann Coulter to speak at the Bronx campus. more
Today, our nation celebrates a holiday which carries on a tradition that goes back at least to the time of Abraham Lincoln, that of setting aside a Thursday late in November as a national day of prayer and thanksgiving. more
The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops wisely wrote in their statement Living the Gospel of Life, “We get the public officials we deserve. more
In a ruling last week, U.S. District Court Judge Robert Cleland temporarily blocked the government from forcing the owner of Weingartz Supply Company, which sells outdoor power equipment, to include contraception in its health coverage of employees. more
During the month of November, the church remembers the dead in a special way. Beginning with the feasts of All Saints and All Souls, the church has the opportunity to reflect upon the mystery of death. more
Next Tuesday is Election Day. Rhode Islanders have an opportunity to cast their vote to choose their president, U.S. senator, U.S. representatives as well as members of the state General Assembly. more
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