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In partnership with Cat Country 98.1 FM, the St. Peter School Student Council hosted an “Easter Egg Extravaganza” fundraiser on Sunday, March 29 at the Pawtuxet Village Park in Warwick. more
PROVIDENCE — With support from the annual Catholic Charity Fund Appeal, students such as Tyler Le, a bright fifth grade student at Bishop McVinney School, with great academic enthusiasm and whose favorite class is “all of them,” are able to prosper academically and receive quality, faith-filled education at diocesan elementary schools each year. For Tyler, whose father, two aunts and uncle all attended and graduated from the Providence School, Bishop McVinney has always felt like the school was a second home to him. more
PORTSMOUTH — The Sisters Faithful Companions of Jesus with the Board of Trustees of St. Philomena School have announced the appointment of Brian Cordeiro as principal of St. Philomena School commencing July 1, 2015. more
The students of Good Shepherd Catholic Regional School in Woonsocket entertained a full house at their annual Talent Show last week. more
Hundreds of Catholic educators from the Diocese of Providence came together for a daylong symposium at the Crowne Plaza on Friday, March 13, to discuss the fundamental elements of a great Catholic school: communion, community, culture and curriculum. more
NEWPORT — Lauren Potter, the 24-year-old actress with Down Syndrome best known for playing the role of cheerleader Becky Jackson on the hit TV show Glee, will talk about all she has overcome to pursue her dreams and her ongoing commitment to make a difference in the world when she presents a public lecture at Salve Regina University on March 18. more
Lent is an opportunity for Christians to renew our faith by refocusing our lives not on material pleasures, but on our faith in God, which in turn leads us to greater service and reflection. more
A new service initiative has been introduced at Our Lady of Mercy School, East Greenwich and, after several months of planning, was launched for the first time this week. more
Lent is an opportunity for Christians to renew our faith by refocusing our lives not on material pleasures, but on our faith in God, which in turn leads us to greater service and reflection. more
Anthony Zavagnin, Ed. D., (center) assistant director of Providence Alliance of Catholic Teachers, or PACT, an education program at Providence College, chats with local Catholic school principals about the program. Established at PC in 2001, PACT, a member of the University Consortium of Catholic Education, invites recent college graduates to contribute two years of service to youth in the Catholic schools of New England. more
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