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St. Philomena School, Portsmouth, eighth grade students formed teams in their religion classes with teacher Daniel Baker and constructed Advent Chains for pupils in grades Pre-K to 5. more
With the entire second grade class of St. Margaret School smiling behind her, Maggie Peterson lights the first candle on the Advent wreath at St. Margaret Church in East Providence. more
WARWICK — Not everyone is fortunate enough to enjoy the Christmas season inside a cozy home while the bitter winter wind whips outside. Some people don’t have the means to combat the cold weather by turning up the thermostat and sipping a cup of hot chocolate. more
PROVIDENCE — Parents, grandparents and loved ones eagerly pointed cameras at their children and grandchildren, snapping photos as they were each awarded a $1,000 college scholarship during a recent event at Bishop McVinney Elementary School. more
St. Mary Academy - Bay View students, faculty, staff and parents united to collect food and clothing for those in need. An Academy-wide collection provided for 36 baskets of Thanksgiving meals that were delivered to area families. more
WARWICK — It’s questionable whether Jesus would have a social media presence if he were alive today. If so, what would he post? more
During the month of October, the Feinstein Jr. Scholars from Saint Augustine School in Providence participated in two fundraisers to benefit Fruit Hill Day Services for the Elderly. more
EAST PROVIDENCE — For Ed Cooley, head coach of the Providence College Friars men’s basketball team, the most important values in life are faith, determination and gratitude. If not for the generosity of others, as well as educators who believed in him, he said he would not be the man he is today. more
COVENTRY — With Coldplay’s hit song, “Sky Full of Stars” pumping through amplifiers set up outside the school, 283 Father John V. Doyle students strutted around their campus for the third annual “The Saints Go Marching In” Walkathon. more
PROVIDENCE — More than 900 sixth, seventh and eighth graders from 13 Catholic schools around the diocese filled the hall at the Cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul during the Catholic Middle School Youth Conference held November 13 and 14. more
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