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BALTIMORE – The announcement of dates and locations for Pope Benedict XVI’s U.S. visit next year highlighted the U.S. bishops’ Nov. 12-15 fall general meeting in Baltimore. The Holy Father’s April 15-20 trip will include visits to New York and Washington and an address at the United Nations. more
PROVIDENCE – A Mass celebrated 12 years ago at the Cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Irish Famine ignited a dream that was finally fulfilled last weekend. more
­MANCHESTER, N.H. — At an October 27 Mass celebrated at St. Joseph Cathedral by the Most Rev. John B. McCormack, Bishop of Manchester, several members of the Rhode Island clergy and laity were invested as Knights in the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem, an order with more than 900 years of history of individuals who have demonstrated a true commitment to the teachings of the Catholic Church. more
Next week in the Rhode Island Catholic Next week's edition will include an article about the 3rd Annual “Keep the Heat On” Campaign. In the meantime, if you are in need of heating … more
Blackfriars Dance Concert PROVIDENCE — Providence College’s Department of Theatre, Dance and Film will present the Blackfriars Dance Concert, November 30, 8 p.m.; December 1, 2 p.m., in … more
NEWPORT – In the gardens of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Cluny Motherhouse in Paris stands a gingko biloba tree planted by their founder, Blessed Anne-Marie Javouhey, before her 1851 death. … more
PROVIDENCE — The diocesan Catholic Schools Office has announced a special event to honor Catholic school graduates who have succeeded in professional athletics that will benefit students at … more
WARREN — In past years, students at Our Lady of Fatima High School have held food drives, gone on field trips to homeless shelters and heard talks by representatives from the Rhode Island Community Food Bank. more
Consider these words from the Second Book of Maccabees: more
WARWICK — Hundreds of parents, students, teachers and administrators gathered at the Community College of Rhode Island campus in Warwick on November 7 to express to the Board of Regents their almost unanimous disapproval of the proposed changes to regulations governing the education of children with disabilities. more
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