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KINGSTON – Filled with joy, hope and a great sense of accomplishment, members of The Prout School’s Class of 2012 were lauded for their community service and solid Christian values during the school’s 44th commencement exercises held last Tuesday night at the Ryan Center at the University of Rhode Island. more
CUMBERLAND — Lois Peloquin remembers her days in Catholic school, at a time when entering a classroom and finding the teacher in full habit was commonplace and their methods of strict discipline were feared. more
In a blessed event, 118 of the 134 elementary school students at St. Philip School in Greenville volunteered to participate in the fourth annual Living Nativity in the church on Wednesday, Dec. 21. … more
BRISTOL—The Sisters of Saint Dorothy regretfully announce the closure of Our Lady of Fatima High School in Warren at the end of this school year due to declining enrollment and lack of financial stability. more
PAWTUCKET – Four years ago, the Class of 2012 entered Bishop Francis P. Keough Regional High School with fear and trepidation yet eager to embark on a new chapter in their lives. Last Friday night, the 26 class members received their diplomas during graduation ceremonies held at St. Maria Goretti Church, and emerged as talented and accomplished young women well-prepared to accept new challenges as they enter the next phase of their lives. more
St. Philip students, donning their green for a St. Patrick’s themed dress down day, donated money for disaster relief efforts for the victims of the recent catastrophic storms in Alabama and … more
Freshman Theology classes at Saint Raphael Academy hosted the eighth annual St. Gabriel’s Call Baby Shower. more
The cribbage club at St. Joseph School in West Warwick recently hosted a tournament that was open to all students, teachers and friends. Pictured is eighth grader Emily Bettencourt playing against … more
PROVIDENCE — The State House opened its doors for diocesan students, faculty, and parents from across the state to celebrate the importance of Catholic education not only for the church, but also for Rhode Island. more
WARWICK — When Christian Brother Thomas Leto completes his assignment as president of Bishop Hendricken High School later this month, he will be remembered for his inspiration, innovation and strong commitment to Gospel values. more
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