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UPDATED 12:16PM - PAWTUCKET — An elderly Holy Union sister was the victim of an assault and carjacking Tuesday night around 8 p.m. outside of the CVS pharmacy on Smithfield Avenue. more
PROVIDENCE — The diocese’s offices of Youth Ministry, Religious Education and Life and Family have teamed up to offer practical solutions for parents in their mission to build solid family structures rooted in the faith. more
NEWPORT – A proposal to expand a Newport nursing home founded by the Daughters of the Holy Spirit was defeated last week. more
“Unless the trumpet blast is strong and clear, few will follow.” This scriptural admonition given to angels and prophets sent to do God’s bidding describes the life and legacy of Blessed Pope John Paul II. more
PROVIDENCE—The Haitian Project’s annual fundraiser Friday night provided an opportunity for the organization, which began as an outreach project of St. Joseph Parish in Providence more than 25 years ago, to show its appreciation to the Diocese of Providence for recognizing it last year as an Association of the Lay Faithful. more
PROVIDENCE – Now that the changeover has taken place to the new Roman Missal, what becomes of the old missals? The United States Council of Catholic Bishops has published official guidelines governing the proper disposal of liturgical books that have been updated. more
Readings: 2 Chronicles 36:14-17; Ephesians 2:4-10; and John 3:14-21 more
PROVIDENCE--As Christians, we are called to different vocations, but all of us share a calling to holiness, Bishop Thomas J. Tobin said in remarks at the annual conference of Serra International, a Catholic organization dedicated to promoting vocations to the priesthood and religious life. more
COVENTRY – Edward Rice is like many Catholics who attend Mass every Sunday. While he tries to live according to Gospel values, he’d like to have a greater understanding of Catholicism that will better help him to share and defend his faith. more
NORTH SCITUATE — The past several months have been especially challenging for Paul, who learned in November that he had a cancerous growth in one of his kidneys. more
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