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COVENTRY – Edward Rice is like many Catholics who attend Mass every Sunday. While he tries to live according to Gospel values, he’d like to have a greater understanding of Catholicism that will better help him to share and defend his faith. more
NORTH SCITUATE — The past several months have been especially challenging for Paul, who learned in November that he had a cancerous growth in one of his kidneys. more
PROVIDENCE — Extensive renovations designed to improve the lighting and replace the flooring beneath the pews of the Cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul will lead to the closure of its upper level from July 1 through early September, with Masses being relocated during that time to the cathedral hall on the lower level. more
The national debate over the healthcare system always seems to revolve around the same issues: How can it be affordable and accessible for all people? What is the legitimate role of government? What about the problem of skyrocketing premiums for employers? more
SMITHFIELD - Bajo el lema de “Abre las Puertas a la Fe”, se llevará a cabo la 47ava Convocatoria Diocesana de Formación en la Fe el sábado 15 de Marzo en Bryant University. more
A Vatican conference held earlier this month not only publicized the church’s ongoing involvement in ecological discussions, it also elevated the conversation itself. more
Jim Coulson, left and Anthony Tedeschi hold a rosary and relics they obtained during some of the many pilgrimages they’ve made with groups to Fatima in Portugal. more
NORTH PROVIDENCE — Our Lady of Fatima Hospital has achieved the prestigious Pathway to Excellence® designation by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), a subsidiary of the American Nurses Association. This designation comes after a validation by the ANCC that the elements of nursing work environments at Fatima, including the organization’s commitment to nurses and their contributions toward the pursuit of safe, quality patient care, merit the Pathways to Excellence recognition. more
The son of Clopas, who is mentioned in the Gospels of Luke and John, and a cousin of Jesus, Simeon became bishop of Jerusalem after the martyrdom of St. James about 62. During his episcopate, Christians fled Jerusalem for Pella, on the far side of the Jordan River. more
“A man ran up, knelt down before Jesus, and asked him, ‘Good teacher, what must I do to inherit eternal life?’” Like all of us, the man in this Sunday’s Gospel was yearning for more in his life. It seems he had considerable wealth, yet his question to Jesus reveals that material wealth had not brought him the fulfillment he sought. Jesus acknowledges the man’s yearning by saying to him, “You lack one thing. Go, sell what you have, and give to the poor and you will have treasure in heaven; then come, follow me.” more
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