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WOONSOCKET — Inspired by her beloved grandmothers, both who passed away from cancer, Kristen Rodrigues, 16, will work this summer to find a cure in their memory. more
WOONSOCKET — Relevant Radio (550 AM), a national Catholic radio network, recently celebrated one-year of broadcasting in the Diocese of Providence and the surrounding area with special events throughout the past month. more
GREENVILLE – It took three ballots, two before the clear frontrunners began to emerge, before a new pope was elected. But the process to reach a two-thirds plus one majority could easily have dragged on had not the “College of Cardinals” been prompted by their teachers to render a decision before the end of the class period. more
PROVIDENCE — Bob Coderre doesn’t mind sharing his well-rounded upbringing in Pawtucket. He attended the city’s public schools before enrolling at St. Raphael Academy for his high school years before going on to college. more
During Catholic School's week at St. Augustine School in Providence, eighth grader Jacob Kahane prepares to spin for his turn in Trivial Pursuit. more
PROVIDENCE - Eighth grade boys from St. Augustine School, Providence, carry food collected for the Feinstein Youth Hunger Brigade. This school program collects canned food and raises funds to support the Rhode Island Food Bank. Students learn about the causes and effects of hunger, then take action to address the problem in their own communities. more
PROVIDENCE – Safety remains a top priority for Catholic school administrators across the diocese who constantly strive to provide a secure environment for their staff and students despite the security challenges presented by a changing society. more
MIDDLETOWN — April promises to be a banner month for All Saints Academy and science and history teacher Anita Brouse. more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The St. Margaret Catholic Athletic League girls basketball team benefited from a special basketball practice last Wednesday when the girl’s team was led through skills and drills by Kate Lynch, head coach of the CCRI women’s basketball team. more
The fifth graders at Good Shepherd Catholic School in Woonsocket made story quilts after reading "Frindle" by Andrew Clements. more
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