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PROVIDENCE — Rhode Island's Supreme Court decided last week that the state Family Court did not have proper jurisdiction to grant a divorce to two women married in Massachusetts where same-sex unions were legalized in 2004. more
Andrew Messina Home Parish: St. Peter’s, Warwick Age: 52 Seminary: Blessed John XXIII, Weston, MA High School: Belleville HS, Belleville, NJ College: Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA, B.S. Electrical Engineering and Iona College, New Rochelle, NY, M.S. Computer Science Parents: Dominic (deceased) and Dorothy Messina Siblings: Charles Hobbies: Music more
NARRAGANSETT – At St. Thomas More Parish, where the congregation swells in the summer and recedes to just locals in the winter months, Advent is about preparation. more
The Rhode Island Catholic will not publish a paper the week of Thursday, December 27, in honor of the Christmas holiday. Also, to accommodate the New Year’s holiday, we will publish late … more
NORTH PROVIDENCE —?Why do people stop attending Mass? Is Mass attendance necessary to be a good Catholic? Canon law and Church leaders undoubtedly say it is, but many Catholics who have stopped attending Sunday services might disagree. more
PROVIDENCE —?The Roman Catholic Diocese of Providence has announced the sale of the Cluny Sisters Convent Provincial House Convent to Table Rock, LLC for $4,337,500. Table Rock, LLC has stated that the property will be used as a family residence. more
PROVIDENCE — For almost 20 years Dominican Father Matthew D. Powell has generously offered a beautiful Christmas gift to the community. more
PROVIDENCE – For more than 135 years, Assumption Church in the city’s West End has served as a beacon of hope to recent immigrants, fulfilling their spiritual and temporal needs. more
PROVIDENCE – Leaders of the state’s churches and faith communities have responded to Gov. Donald L. Carcieri’s recent call to increase community assistance in response to the looming budget crisis by telling the governor that while they are willing to work with state officials, there is just so much that they can do. The leaders have emphasized while both the religious sector and government share many values, each has different responsibilities. more
PROVIDENCE — Bishop Thomas J. Tobin today expressed his gratitude to an anonymous supporter of the “Keep the Heat On” campaign who has pledged $75,000 in matching grants to the heating assistance program. As a result of this matching gift, every dollar donated to “Keep the Heat On” up to $75,000 will be doubled. This gift pledge is the largest donated by an individual to the campaign. more
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