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PROVIDENCE—Two state lawmakers have introduced legislation that would allow voters to decide on the definition of marriage in Rhode Island. more
Readings: Acts 2:14,36-41; 1 Peter 2:20-25; and John 10:1-10 more
When I was a first year seminarian in Rome in 1990, I was encouraged to travel somewhere in Europe for a first Christmas away from home and country. more
TO THE EDITOR: If the Catholic Church is going to be actively involved in the political process as they have become in regards to the issues of reproductive rights, I hope the Catholic Church will give their considerable clout to the seven themes of Catholic social teachings. more
NORTH PROVIDENCE — It is said that good fences make good neighbors, but the last thing a small group of ladies with a dedication to praying the rosary wanted to do was to create a divide between themselves and any of their fellow residents at Brook Village. more
The universal love of God for his creatures and especially for mankind is undeniable. Clearly, in the words of St. Paul, “God desires that all men should be saved and come to the knowledge of his truth.” more

(PROVIDENCE, R.I.)- The Roman Catholic Diocese of Providence is once again offering midweek homilies and reflections online during Lent to provide busy Catholics an easy and convenient means by which to practice and stay connected to their faith during the week.

(EAST PROVIDENCE, RI) – Marking the 125th anniversary celebration of St. Margaret’s Parish community, a Mass was held on June 9th with the Most Rev. Thomas J. Tobin, Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Providence, presiding. Rev. Msgr. William J. McCaffrey, pastor of the parish, concelebrated the Mass along with other clergy. more
Holy Name to host concert featuring the music of Naples region

PROVIDENCE — On Sunday, Oct. 27, Holy Name of Jesus Church, 99 Camp St., will host a concert featuring a varied selection of 19th and 20th century Neapolitan music sung by Ronald Mansi and accompanied by pianist Jacob Stott. For more information, call 272-4515. more

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