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PROVIDENCE — All of Melinda Cavanagh’s 13 children have attended Rhode Island Catholic schools. As a parent devoted to Catholic education, Cavanagh believes that the lessons her children are receiving from a diocesan school is worth the financial strain. more
PROVIDENCE–Marcel Odom and his brother McKinley had dreamed of attending La Salle Academy since they were in the fifth grade. Their three older sisters had gone to Classical High and had done very well there, but the boys were simply in awe of La Salle and its storied history of excellence. more
WEST KINGSTON — Although two decades have passed since Sarah Thomas Tracy graduated from Assumption College in Worcester, Mass., the religious studies teacher at The Prout School proudly returns to her alma mater with regularity as a way of giving back to the school for the Catholic values it helped instill in her. 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
WARWICK — How do you get to Carnegie Hall? Christopher Davey knows the answer to the question that’s been challenging America’s most talented performers for decades – practice, practice, practice. more
WARREN – For one Our Lady of Fatima High School senior, the annual March for Life provided the impetus that he needed to continue his journey of faith. Michael Mangina, a parishioner of St. Teresa Church, Pawtucket, was filled with doubt after losing his father Jack, age 56, last March and his maternal grandfather a few months earlier. more
BRISTOL—When at first the team from St. Mary Bay View Academy, East Providence, experienced a glitch with their robot on the competition floor, they went back to their station and made some minor programming modifications. more
PROVIDENCE—Although only in his second week on the job, Dan Ferris, the new superintendent of diocesan schools, already has a firm grasp of their strengths and the challenges they face. more
PROVIDENCE—The Most Rev. Thomas J. Tobin, Bishop of Providence recently announced the appointment of Daniel Ferris as Superintendent of Schools for the Diocese of Providence following a nationwide search. more

EXETER— According to the Department of Veterans Affairs, 1.8 million female veterans serve as a living reminder of the sacrifice that women have made and continue to make for the nation.

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