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PAWTUCKET – Young women in the eleventh grade humanities class at Bishop Keough Regional High School have had the painful consequences of AIDS made real through a visit to the Catholic Relief Services multi-media exhibit: The Children Left Behind: AIDS Orphans Around the World. more
To the Editor: I want to thank you for placing our Palm Sunday Bake Sale notice in the RI Catholic. It was our most successful cake sale – ever. I am sure we couldn't have done that without … more
The entire nation was shocked to learn the sad news last week that NBC Washington bureau chief and “Meet the Press” moderator Tim Russert had died of an apparent heart attack. more
(Fourth century) Feast day: September 30 According to an unreliable legend, Rhipsime was part of a group of virgins who fled the Roman persecution and eventually settled in Armenia. … more
PROVIDENCE – There is still plenty of time to get thoughtful, faith-based, and reasonably-priced gifts at two local religious goods stores before Christmas arrives. more
Teachers are always looking for the teachable moment, the object lesson that will help their students learn not just facts, but connect the dots, get the bigger picture and maybe even acquire some wisdom. more
ASSISTANT PASTORS REVEREND ALBERT P. MARCELLO III, from theological studies, Pontifical North American College, Rome, Italy, to Assistant Pastor, St. Paul Parish, Cranston, … more
WOONSOCKET — The mood was festive in the parish hall of All Saints Parish on Oct. 2 as 150 parishioners gathered for a night of food, games, and prizes. The parish was hosting ‘Family Night and Meat Raffle,’ a monthly fun-filled gathering, which begins with a pasta dinner, followed by a meat raffle, along with historical trivia, children’s activities, and other games and prizes. more
To the Editor: How can Stephen Kent, in his column of January 7, state that, "The decade is over?" more
Learn more about Catholic faith NORTH KINGSTOWN — St. Bernard Church, 415 Tower Hill Road, will host a program to welcome home Catholics who have drifted away from the church, April 7, 7 p.m., in the parish center. The program will help answer questions about the Catholic Church and returning to the church. For more information, call 295-0387. more
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