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The Cross Country Championships were held on Wednesday, Oct. 17 at Slater Park in Pawtucket. A total of 362 athletes (191 boys and 171 girls) sported their school colors along the 1.91 mile course to … more
PAWTUCKET—“I figured I had seen it all,” said Jimmie Briggs. “I thought I was tough, but seeing these little kids with AK-47s and 9 millimeter handguns was surreal. They were fighting on the frontlines in this war in the jungle.” more
To show their appreciation to Dave’s Marketplace for its support of Catholic education, Kojo King, above left, a seventh grader at Bishop McVinney School in Providence, his father, also named Kojo King, far right, and Bishop McVinney Principal Lou Hebert greet Elaine Bardoussi, office manager for Dave’s during a recent visit to the corporate office of the well-known retailer. more
On February 2, Monsignor Clarke School celebrated a Day of Vocations during Catholic Schools Week and welcomed many diocesan priests to host a Q&A session with the students. more
PROVIDENCE — Cheers greeted the graduates of the class of 2017 as they took their seats at the 99th annual Providence College commencement exercises on Sunday, … more
The three-year-old pre-school children of Monsignor Gadoury Catholic Regional School, as part of their unit on life on a farm, read the story, “The Little Red Hen.” The children saw what wheat … more
On Monday, Jan. 21, 35 students and six parents visited Monsignor Clarke School, Wakefield, on Martin Luther King Jr. Day to listen to guest speakers and to engage in service projects for the … more
ZIONSVILLE, Pa.—Patrick Joseph Toomey grew up in Providence the third of six children in a blue-collar, working class family. more
PAWTUCKET —“This is just surreal” murmured Nicole Monge as she got in line to have her cap aligned correctly by a motherly Ms. Robin Bent, her soon-to-be former foreign language teacher. Salutatorian of her class and a parishioner of Holy Ghost parish on Federal Hill, Monge found herself both excited and wistful at her impending graduation from Bishop Bishop Francis P. Keough Regional High School. “I'm really going to miss my Keough family,” she said. more
PROVIDENCE — Noted historian and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Doris Kearns Goodwin will kick off the Providence College Liberal Arts Honors Symposium, to be held this weekend, October 21 and 22 at … more
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