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“Rejoice in the Lord!” is the invitation of this Third Sunday of Advent when God’s word calls us, once again, to enter into the meaning of life in light of the mystery of the Incarnation, soon … more
A recent iteration of the Providence Journal’s Political Scene column mentioned some vague legislation submitted by progressives in the Rhode Island House of Representatives and Senate. The … more
We all know that the benefits of practicing the Catholic faith are “out of this world.” But, according to a recent study done at Ohio State University, there’s also an important blessing in … more
PROVIDENCE — Nearly 140 people gathered to be inspired by a pair of dynamic speakers during the second annual diocesan Women’s Conference, held Saturday, … more
Bishop Hendricken Head Coach Keith Croft poses with his two 2018 MVPs, Thomas Comella (offense) and Nic Comella (defense) at the Providence Gridiron Club's Annual RI High School MVP Night held at the … more
WASHINGTON (CNS) — The president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops termed as “a great evil” the Easter terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka targeting the country’s minority Christian … more
NORTH KINGSTOWN — A group of little ones in blue hats run the bases on the front lawn of St. Bernard Church as coaches and parents enthusiastically point in the direction of home plate. Another … more
PROVIDENCE - With the exception of the winning Indianapolis Colts and their fans, Super Bowl XLI is likely all but forgotten, but the weekend of Feb. 4-5 will long be remembered by those who … more
PROVIDENCE – The Office of Black Catholic Ministry held its annual St. Martin de Porres luncheon on November 4 at the Marriott Hotel. more
WOONSOCKET – When given the challenge by the Feinstein Foundation “What would you do with $10,000?” two schools did not have to think hard about how they could use the money. more
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