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EAST GREENWICH — Instead of wearing uniforms to school last Thursday, students at Our Lady of Mercy School sponsored a dress down day and raised $716.50 in support of an orphanage in Honduras. The orphanage shelters about 40 infants and children who are HIV positive or have AIDS. more
Saint Philip School eighth grade students Brianne Mitchell and Colin White were recently honored as Scholar Leaders at the annual New England League of Middle Schools/Rhode Island Middle Level … more
Close to 100 parishioners, school families and alumni attended the second annual Our Lady of Mercy Saints and Scholars Golf Tournament. This year’s outing took place at the scenic Warwick … more
SWANSEA, Mass. — Hundreds of teachers and administrators from throughout Rhode Island gathered March 22 at the Venus de Milo Restaurant for the annual Diocese of Providence Catholic Educators’ Symposium. more
WAKEFIELD – When Larry Scott heard the news last week that a 17-year-old had opened fire at an Ohio high school, killing three students; he could only shake his head and ask why. more
PORTSMOUTH — Through discipline, love, respect and obedience to Catholic tradition, the 93 graduates of Portsmouth Abbey have personified the core characteristics of a healthy Benedictine community. more
PROVIDENCE — La Salle Academy will host its biennial Hall of Fame Dinner at Twin River, Lincoln, on November 15. More than 500 alumni and supporters of La Salle are expected to be in attendance for … more
WARREN— Our Lady of Fatima High School has a vision for the future of Catholic education in Rhode Island and they are successfully moving forward with a strategic plan to build programs that continually foster the students’ future and celebrate their commitment to Catholic education. more
PROVIDENCE — State Education Commissioner Deborah A. Gist’s proposals to eliminate state money for the textbook loan program for the parents of private and parochial school children and for the free breakfast program has created concern among Catholic school officials and lawmakers who have struggled over making similar cuts in the past. more
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