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WARWICK — Nearly 30 students at Bishop Hendricken High School are tuning their instruments and preparing their voices for an eight-day performance tour in Hawaii. Members of the Young Men’s Choir, as well as the school’s jazz ensemble and concert band, will head to Hawaii Friday, where they plan to spend the school vacation week entertaining crowds, visiting the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor, climbing Diamond Head and enjoying other activities, including a luau. “It broadens their horizons and certainly is keeping with our mission: to educate the total human person,” said Bishop Hendricken President John A. Jackson. “It opens their eyes to another world and makes their education more complete.” more
The Our Lady of Mercy boys and girls soccer team advanced to the Catholic Athletic League State Championship on May 19, with a 3-2 win over Father John V. Doyle School of Coventry. more
NEW FRIENDS: Children in grades Pre-K to 2 at St. Philomena School in Portsmouth were entertained last week by a visit from Schmitty the Weather Dog of New “Yorkie” City. Schmitty, a Yorkshire … more
Above, First grader Mason Marchessault stands beside one of more than 60 pumpkins on display for the second annual Pumpkin Spooktacular at Father John V. Doyle School in Coventry. more
Bishop Thomas J. Tobin visited Our Lady of Mount Carmel School on Monday, September 11, to offer the school’s first Monday Morning Message of the new academic year. According to Principal Janet … more
PROVIDENCE-YOUNG FAITHFUL: Members of Catholic Youth Ministry and the Boy and Girls Scouts of America came together on Sunday, March 11 for an awards celebration recognizing their individual and group efforts. more
Catholic speaker Matt Fradd visited the Diocese of Providence on Thursday, March 15, to offer a presentation for diocesan young people at McVinney Auditorium. Fradd, whose work focuses on the dangers … more
On Thursday, Sept. 21, at the suggestion of the newly elected Student Council, St. Luke’s School in Barrington raised $764 for the victims of the Florida and Texas hurricanes. The money raised was … more
WARWICK — “Man Up Against Breast Cancer” is a popular slogan often heard and seen on bright pink shirts during the past few weeks in the halls of Bishop Hendricken High School as faculty, staff and students joined in the campaign during October, nationally proclaimed as Breast Cancer Awareness Month, to help find a cure for the devastating disease. more
The Father Feeney Council #7110 Knights of Columbus presented Catholic high school scholarship and book awards during a recent ceremony at St. Joseph Church in N. Scituate. Henry Rose, left, and Don … more
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