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CENTRAL FALLS - Luisa Fernanda Montoya es la hija de José y Maria Montoya de Central Falls. more
WARWICK — “Man Up Against Breast Cancer” is a popular slogan often heard and seen on bright pink shirts during the past few weeks in the halls of Bishop Hendricken High School as faculty, staff and students joined in the campaign during October, nationally proclaimed as Breast Cancer Awareness Month, to help find a cure for the devastating disease. more
PROVIDENCE—As Rhode Island's House Judiciary Committee prepares to hear testimony this afternoon on legislation that would legalize homosexual marriage in the state, leaders of several faiths are showing their unity in opposing such a law. more
St. Benedict Church to host SPRED liturgy WARWICK – St. Benedict Church, 135 Beach Ave., will host a SPRED (Special Religious Education) liturgy, May 14, 4 p.m. Following the Mass, an open house will be held in the SPRED room, where refreshments will be served. For more information, call 737-9492. more
TO THE EDITOR: As a retired public school teacher I wish to take issue with a recent editorial in the RI Catholic entitled “Educational emancipation through voucher needed in the Ocean State too.” more
CHEPACHET — Nestled along tree-lined Rte. 44, St. Eugene Church has undergone several changes over the past five years, with the pastor, Father TJ Varghese, making steady improvements at the rural parish to enhance its accessibility to its congregation. more
PROVIDENCE-The recipients of the Human Life Guild Award for Youth are Neil Grant and Kristen Gauvin. more
JOHNSTON – When Cyrielle Dorsainvil stood to recite the Oath of Allegiance to the United States, it was a proud moment that culminated a long and arduous journey that began in Haiti more than 94 years ago. The Diocese of Providence provided the help she needed to take the final steps of that journey. more
WARWICK — St. Peter Church continues to make it possible for children and young adults with autism to experience their faith on a powerful level. more
VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- Even though a conclave to elect a new pope has not yet started, the papal tailors have the white cassock ready for the new pontiff when he appears less than an hour after his election on the balcony overlooking St. Peter's Square. more
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