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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
Dinners: St. Patrick Parish, 244 Smith St., November 22, 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m., “for all those who would otherwise be alone.” For more information, call 421-7070. St. Martha Parish, 2595 … more
-St. Teresa students honor Veterans -High school students spend All Souls Day cleaning cemetery -Special education hearings continue -Catholic high school students experience … more
WARWICK – Veteran’s Day will be especially meaningful this year for the students enrolled in the course “The Vietnam War, 1945-75” at Bishop Hendricken High School. more
PROVIDENCE — Dominican Father Philip Alphonsus Smith, ’63, a priest, educator, and administrator who served as the 11th president of Providence College, died unexpectedly at Rhode Island Hospital November 4, surrounded by close friends, including members of the Dominican Community. He was 74 years old. more
CRANSTON — A flowering dogwood tree was planted along side St. Mark Church, in a moving dedication ceremony on November 4 in memory of Dr. Francis Catanzaro who died two years ago. more
The Rhode Island Catholic is proud to announce the launch of a new Web site: www.thericatholic.com. The new site is a companion to the redesigned and renamed paper. Creative Circle Media … more
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