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El Padre Alan Paul Beauregard nació en Providence, R.I. el 25 de Septiembre de 1947. Sus Padres: Paul y Cecile (Bourassa) Beauregard. more
Cuando pensamos en la familia, todos pensamos en el ideal de un padre y una madre unidos viviendo en un hogar estable y sacando adelante a los hijos. more
Providence - Pocas parroquias en la Diócesis de Providence tienen en sus comunidades feligreses de tantas culturas como la parroquia de San Miguel que tiene cinco comunidades organizadas representando prácticamente todos los continentes. more
PROVIDENCE - El próximo Sábado 3 de Noviembre del presente se llevará a cabo VIII Conferencia de los Servidores y Ministros, en Iglesia de San Antonio 549 Plainfield Street, Providence. more
PROVIDENCE - 479 personas participaron de la Cadena Nacional por la Vida el pasado Domingo 7 de Octubre, Domingo de Respeto a la Vida. more
A recent headline in a Catholic website caught my attention: “Trust evaporating – Poll finds clergy trustworthiness slips precipitously.” The poll surveyed attitudes about the clergy in Canada. According to the survey, 61 percent of Canadians trust church representatives, far below the 97 percent who trust firefighters and the 94 percent who trust nurses. The good news in this poll, if there is any, is that clergy still rank above the pollsters themselves (59 percent), journalists (48 percent) and politicians (just 15 percent). Small comfort it seems. more
NORTH PROVIDENCE – Pro-lifers from all over the state filled the pews at St. Anthony Parish Saturday morning to kick off the Diocese’s 2nd Annual Human Life Guild Day. Bishop Thomas J. Tobin served as the main celebrant and homilist for the day’s opening Mass. more
WARWICK – Tucked behind Sts. Rose and Clement church in a large, grassy field is a fenced-in slice of gardening paradise. more
CUMBERLAND – Sr. Marie Therese Priham, 97, a Sister of Mercy, died Wednesday, October 10, at Mt. St. Rita Health Centre. more
In his column on celibacy in the September 27 issue, Fr. Joseph Lennon asks : Does today’s mutual exclusiveness of matrimony and holy orders cripple the Church’s ability to love? A letter to the editor argues that it does. I propose that there is a complimentarity between marriage and celibacy which enables the Church to love fully. more
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