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PROVIDENCE — After a few days in the classroom discussing of the gift of their femininity through the study of Saint John Paul II’s “Theology of the Body,” 38 girls from grades 9-12 at St. Patrick Academy in Providence were visited by representatives from W By Worth, a New York based fashion company seeking to empower the young women with a donation of stylish and modest clothing. more
PROVIDENCE — About six months after beginning their new roles at Catholic schools in the Diocese of Providence, seven principals say they are enjoying their respective experiences. They are also gearing up for open houses and other activities that will take place during Catholic Schools Week, a national event that annually promotes faith-based education from January 25 through January 31. more
PROVIDENCE — National school choice advocate, education reform speaker and former NBC and CNN host Campbell Brown will visit Rhode Island next week to speak at a State House rally advocating … more
PROVIDENCE — As education advocates continue to debate the best practices for teaching students, school buildings are not left behind on the list of areas in need of improvement. Schools in both … more
WARWICK — Emmy award winning film producer and Hendricken alumnus, Martin Doblmeier ’69, will bring a special screening of his latest documentary “An American Conscience: The Reinhold Niebuhr … more
ATTLEBORO, Mass. — While many groups have made pilgrimages to the National Shrine of Our Lady of La Salette through the years, none have been quite like this, and all in the name of peace. CLICK … more
First graders at St. Joseph School in West Warwick recently hosted a Dress Down Day for charity to benefit the West Warwick Animal Shelter. The students collected $308 and many items such as food, … more
Mount Saint Charles Academy French students performed the short play “Les Filles de Roi” (“The King’s Daughters”) on Thursday, April 6 in the Bell Tower Theater at Mount Saint Charles … more
RIVERSIDE— Da Min Ko is much like your average teenager. She loves spending time with her friends, listening to music, and cheering on her favorite figure skating duo in the Winter Olympics. But fifteen-year-old Da Min made the sacrifice for the future of her education to travel more than 6,800 miles from her home in Seoul, South Korea to attend a Rhode Island Catholic school. more
PROVIDENCE — Providence College awarded 1,088 degrees at its 95th commencement in the Dunkin’ Donuts Center Sunday with graduates called to exercise their faith as well as pursue their waiting careers. more
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