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A common characteristic of the saints is they know they are sinners. Paging through the Lives of the Saints, we find a dramatically diverse cast of characters. They are all unique. They are all very much themselves. Yet, without fail, wherever we sense the odor of sanctity, we can be sure that humility is part of the fragrance. Every saint is profoundly aware of his or her own brokenness. They are often even vocal about it and we should take them at their word. As one draws closer to God, the more one perceives how much he falls short. more

“Day of Evangelization”

WOONSOCKET — St. Agatha Parish, along with Precious Blood Parish, will be hosting a “Day of Evangelization” on Saturday, June 7 from 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at St. Agatha Church, which is located at the corner of Logee Street and Fairfield Ave. After a morning rosary and Mass, participants will learn the “art of evangelization.” They will then be sent forth by Father Michael Kelley and travel within parish boundaries by going door-to-door and introducing themselves to neighbors to offer spiritual and corporeal aid, as well as answer questions about the Catholic Church and the parish. All Catholics are welcome to join. Individuals wishing to participate should call 767-2950 or e-mail more

PROVIDENCE — An upcoming spiritual pilgrimage will give travelers “a once in a lifetime opportunity,” as two dioceses are planning a journey to Greece and Turkey to literally follow in the “Footsteps of Saint Paul.” The 10-day trip, which includes a three-day cruise on the Aegean Sea, unites the Diocese of Providence and the Diocese of Pittsburgh. Father Joseph Santos, pastor of Providence’s Church of the Holy Name of Jesus, will join Bishop David A. Zubik of Pittsburgh to serve as a spiritual leader for the faith journey. more
WASHINGTON — The annual Collection to Aid the Church in Central and Eastern Europe will be held in most parishes on Ash Wednesday, February 18. The collection supports pastoral, educational and construction projects in Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia, which were formerly under Soviet control. more
The St. Joseph School of Nursing, located on the campus of Our Lady of Fatima Hospital, held graduation ceremonies for its 113th class on May 15. more
PROVIDENCE — More than 30 people turned out on a holiday weekend last Saturday for a Day of Prayer outside the Planned Parenthood facility near downtown Providence, as part of a national day of protest organized in support of defunding the organization. more
PROVIDENCE — Although it is a practice already observed in many Churches around the world, and even by Pope Francis himself, the pontiff has officially called for the Holy Thursday … more
THE GIFT OF HIS PRESENCE: Archbishop Leonard Paul Blair, shepherd of the Archdiocese of Hartford and metropolitan of the Diocese of Providence, traveled to the Ocean State on Tuesday for a pastoral … more
NORTH SMITHFIELD — Rita L. Zinno (Moon), 89, of North Smithfield, died on October 5, 2016, at the St. Antoine’s Residence. She was the beloved wife of the late Henry P. Zinno. Born in … more
The Most Rev. Victor Masalles, Bishop of the Diocese of Barí, in the Dominican Republic, visited the Diocese of Providence for the celebrations of Our Lady of Altagracia, a devotion from the … more
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