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NEWPORT — Rose Albert, of North Providence, said she would not have graduated from Salve Regina University if not for God watching over her and guiding her along the way. more
WOONSOCKET — Seventy college-aged students from around the Northeast — including students from the University of Rhode Island, Rhode Island College and Brown University — gathered the weekend … more
PAWTUCKET — The National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) began a Student to Student campaign in solidarity with Catholic school families throughout the country in an effort to help Catholic … more
GREENVILLE — A new program launched this fall allows high school-aged girls from around the world to stay at Overbrook Academy, Greenville, and attend classes by day at St. Raphael Academy in … more
Patrick May, a seventh grader from Cluny School in Newport, the only Top 10 finalist from among the Catholic school competitors, took sixth place at the statewide Geography Bee sponsored by the … more
Students at St. Mary School in Cranston gather around the Advent wreath in the school’s gymnasium to begin the Advent season. Devotions including the Advent wreath remind faithful of the true … more
PROVIDENCE —“Where did the time go?” Ms. Christian M. Young asked rhetorically as she delivered the welcoming address at La Salle Academy’s 139th commencement ceremony at the Cathedral of SS. Peter & Paul on June 10. more
First Photo: In celebration of Pope Francis’ visit to the United States, the students of St. Augustine School in Providence followed the Pope’s route around the country each day in morning prayer. In the picture Principal Andrew Brassard, Father Scott Carpentier, Father Robert Forcier, and students are each holding up their “Flat Francis” replicas. more
The Friends of Mercy group at Our Lady of Mercy School in East Greenwich recently collected hundreds of new and gently used books for Hasbro Children’s Hospital in Providence. The program is … more
WARWICK — With the start of the 2015-2016 academic year, eighth-graders will be wearing Bishop Hendricken uniforms, as the Catholic, college preparatory high school is launching its SELECT Honors Institute for younger, high-ability students. more
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