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At the turn of the 19th century a small band of religious women known as “The White Sisters” fled religious persecution in France. more
Sargent Shriver died two weeks ago at the age of 95 after struggling with Alzheimer’s disease. The press accounts of his life lauded a life of dedicated public service during the administrations of Presidents John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson. more
On New Year’s Eve 1843 Rhode Island factory owner Amasa Sprague was brutally beaten to death by an unknown assailant. more
Governor Lincoln Chafee promised a new era of leadership that would end divisiveness and bring unity to the state. more
In late December the portrait of former Rhode Island Governor Donald Carcieri was unveiled at the State House. It beautifully depicts the Governor as a leader and statesman at his desk with the American and Rhode Island flags in the background as well as a ship’s wheel. more
This new year of 2011 began with the cold of winter continuing to grip our state. Just before Christmas the cold arrived unwanted and unwelcomed. It soon began to takes its toll on the many homeless in Rhode Island as they sought shelter from the harsh winter nights. more
Christmas 2010 might be celebrated under the gloom of military conflicts in Afghanistan, Somalia, Iraq, and the Sudan. Natural disasters have left countless people with nothing in places like Haiti, Pakistan, and Chile. more
In defiance of the Vatican’s objections, China’s government run “Patriotic” Catholic Church recently held a three-day meeting to select new leaders in Beijing. more
On December 2, 1980 four Catholic missionaries serving the missions in El Salvador were abducted, raped and murdered as the country descended into civil war. more
A new book has been published in which Pope Benedict XVI discusses a full range of issues ranging from communion in the hand to global warming. more
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