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TO?THE?EDITOR: I am responding to Fr. Kiley’s article regarding the literature being distributed to junior high school students in Pawtucket. more
PROVIDENCE – A group of dedicated volunteers gathered last week in Cathedral Square for a Day of Service in anticipation of the Mass of Remembrance and Blessing celebrated on Sunday by Bishop Thomas J. Tobin. Volunteers from the St. Vincent de Paul Society, Men of St. Ambrose, two refugees assisted by the Office of Catholic Charities and Social Ministry, and several diocesan employees collected debris and removed trash from the plaza. more
WOONSOCKET – Perhaps among Jay and Janine Gonya’s 16 children is a vocation to the priesthood or religious life. more
Andrew Brassard, a mathematics teacher at St. Augustine School, Providence, smiles with his wife Amy and their family in the Rhode Island House of Representatives during the reading of a resolution congratulating him sponsored by Rep. Raymond Hull (D-Providence). more
PAWTUCKET – Holy Union Sister Jacqueline Lemieux, formerly Sister Anne Melanie, 74, of St. Cecilia Residence, died July 13. more
In the spirit of Thanksgiving for the wonders of God in our lives, we offer the following quotes from Hildegard of Bingen, who was recently named a doctor of the church: more
We hear of two strange plants this weekend: a burning bush and a fruitless fig tree. more
Parish plans Trunk Sale WESTERLY — St. Clare Parish is planning a Trunk Sale on June 22, with a rain date of June 29, from 9 a.m.-noon in the church parking lot, 62 Crandall Ave. Food items, including pizza, fried dough, donuts , coffee and hot dogs will be available for purchase. Please call the parish at 348-8765 to reserve a space. Proceeds to benefit parish center building fund. more
PROVIDENCE — Visiting from the Archdiocese of Boston in celebration of the annual Red Mass to invoke the Holy Spirit at the beginning of the new judicial year at the Cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul, Auxiliary Bishop Robert P. Deeley began his homily by recalling how Rhode Island was founded on the principle of religious freedom. more
SMITHFIELD — Parishes throughout the diocese operate food pantries, soup kitchens and nutritional programs to feed the poor and hungry. more
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