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To The Editor: As seniors at Mount Saint Charles Academy in Woonsocket, Rhode Island, we have participated in the Christian Action Program, one that focuses on community outreach. We … more
No one receives a harsher assessment in the New Testament than the religious leaders of Jesus’ generation. Jesus excoriates the pious shepherds of his day labeling them “… brood of vipers … blind guides …whitened sepulchers. …” more
When Pope Benedict XVI made his first pastoral visit to the United States last April, churchmen, politicians, and the lay faithful were all desperate to see and meet the Holy Father. more
TO THE EDITOR: One of the things that is happening in Washington is that there is such an assault on the dignity of life that it is now jeopardizing our freedom and costing more to us … more
Bishop-elect Robert C. Evans was born September 2, 1947, in Moultrie, Georgia, son of the late Ivey Evans and Lolita Baldisseri who currently lives in North Providence. more
WARREN— Our Lady of Fatima High School has a vision for the future of Catholic education in Rhode Island and they are successfully moving forward with a strategic plan to build programs that continually foster the students’ future and celebrate their commitment to Catholic education. more
PROVIDENCE — More than 60 adults gather on Saturday mornings in the parish hall of the Cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul to deepen their understanding of the Catholic religion and to find answers to challenging questions that have arisen as they continue their journeys of faith. more
This Sunday’s readings present graphic examples of the power of prayer. Let us approach our merciful God with reverence and confidence, as we sing this Sunday’s psalm: “Lord, on the day I called for help, you answered me” (Ps 138). more
PROVIDENCE — State Education Commissioner Deborah A. Gist’s proposals to eliminate state money for the textbook loan program for the parents of private and parochial school children and for the free breakfast program has created concern among Catholic school officials and lawmakers who have struggled over making similar cuts in the past. more
Some recent public discussion has raised the question of the relationship between Roman Catholics and their membership in the Freemasons organization. more
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