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NEWPORT — One of the oldest fragments of a New Testament text, a papyrus dating to about the mid-second century B.C., is from John 18:31-33, where Pontius Pilate asks Jesus, “What is … more
RIVERSIDE — Mercy Day was celebrated on Monday, September 24 at St. Mary Academy – Bay View, commemorating the 175th anniversary of when the Sisters of Mercy arrived in the United States. The … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — When two planes struck the World Trade Center in New York on September 11, 2001, most of the students who were waving American flags and banners during a 9/11 ceremony last week were infants or yet to be born. more
CRANSTON — Diocesan and civic leaders and members of the Immaculate Conception Catholic Regional School community gathered Dec. 8 — the feast day of the parish and school’s patroness — for the formal dedication and blessing of the diocese’s newest school to be built in 40 years. more
A student at The Prout School, Phoebe Nerone of Wakefield, has been honored by The Metta Students Foundation with a $1,000 contribution for her efforts to help poor children and the elderly in … more
PROVIDENCE — Bob Coderre doesn’t mind sharing his well-rounded upbringing in Pawtucket. He attended the city’s public schools before enrolling at St. Raphael Academy for his high school years before going on to college. more
WOONSOCKET— This year, Mount Saint Charles Academy made Christmas food baskets for 38 needy Woonsocket families whose names were on a list sent from the Community Care Alliance. Throughout the … more
PROVIDENCE – When Jonathan Estrada hears his peers or radio announcers using derogatory labels such as “retard” and “retarded,” he quickly angers and becomes filled with resentment. more
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