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PORTSMOUTH — Standing outside St. Benet's, one of six dormitories on the campus of the 500-acre Portsmouth Abbey boarding school, 10th grader Joy Loftus admires the stone exterior and arched entry of the residence that serves as her Narragansett Bay home during the academic year. more
Father John V. Doyle Middle School students participated in the Rhode Island Science and Engineering Fair, held at CCRI in March. more
The Living Stations of the Cross is performed by the sixth grade religion class at St Augustine School in Providence every year on the Friday of Passion Week. more
PAWTUCKET — Putting coins and bills in a cardboard box may sound simple, but the annual Rice Bowl tradition has changed many lives around the world for almost 40 years. more
PROVIDENCE — Kathleen Morry, after coaxing by her fellow parishioners at St. Augustine Church, finally made the move from public school teacher to parochial school teacher 29 years ago, and she has never left. She taught grade 5 at St. Augustine School in 1985, and six years later was appointed principal. She has had the joy of seeing the children of her former students now attend the closely-knit school community of 290 students from pre-k to grade 5. more
Our Lady of Mercy’s sixth grade boy’s parish basketball team finished second in the New England CYO Championship, which was held last week at various sites around the Diocese of Providence, which hosted the event this year. Representing Rhode Island as State Champs, the OLM boys competed in the DI Midget Division. more
On Thursday, March 20, Mount Saint Charles hosted an acoustic coffee house for grades 9-12 with eight musical acts featuring students, teachers and staff. more
WARWICK — Nearly 900 clergy members, principals and teachers from throughout the Diocese of Providence attended the 2014 Educators’ Symposium at the Crowne Plaza Hotel on March 22. more
PROVIDENCE — About 1,250 people, including many local Catholic middle school students, were astonished to learn some facts about the modeling industry, which they described as “eye-opening.” more
CENTRAL FALLS — Principal Doreen Engel said that while she is “deeply saddened” she was unable to prevent the closing of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Academy, she is also optimistic about the future. more
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