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The universal love of God for his creatures and especially for mankind is undeniable. Clearly, in the words of St. Paul, “God desires that all men should be saved and come to the knowledge of his truth.” more

(PROVIDENCE, R.I.)- The Roman Catholic Diocese of Providence is once again offering midweek homilies and reflections online during Lent to provide busy Catholics an easy and convenient means by which to practice and stay connected to their faith during the week.

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(EAST PROVIDENCE, RI) – Marking the 125th anniversary celebration of St. Margaret’s Parish community, a Mass was held on June 9th with the Most Rev. Thomas J. Tobin, Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Providence, presiding. Rev. Msgr. William J. McCaffrey, pastor of the parish, concelebrated the Mass along with other clergy. more
Holy Name to host concert featuring the music of Naples region

PROVIDENCE — On Sunday, Oct. 27, Holy Name of Jesus Church, 99 Camp St., will host a concert featuring a varied selection of 19th and 20th century Neapolitan music sung by Ronald Mansi and accompanied by pianist Jacob Stott. For more information, call 272-4515. more

The Vatican has confirmed that Pope Francis is drafting an encyclical on ecology. Given the weight of such documents in Catholic teaching, issuing one on the natural environment will certainly show the Church and the world the importance Pope Francis places on the issue. more
PAWTUCKET - En la mañana del domingo, Irma Gomes -Andrade levanta a su hijo, Daniel , de la cama, le lava y lo viste, y luego lleva a su hijo de 29 años de edad, en la espalda para bajarlo por las escaleras de su apartamento en el segundo piso en Weeden Street, ella sienta a Daniel en su silla de ruedas y luego Irma empuja a Daniel en su silla de ruedas tres bloques hasta llegar a la Parroquia de San Juan Bautista para asistir a la Misa cada fin de semana. more
During the Mass to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the dedication of St. Elizabeth Church in Bristol, Bishop Thomas J. Tobin, above, offers blessings to some of the parish’s longest serving communicants, all more than 90 years of age, including Fernanda Rego, Mary Pimental Carinha, Sadie Gomes and Rosaline Selley. more
When it comes to the harsh difficulties many Native Americans face every day, the saying “out of sight, out mind” hits home. more

St. Mary’s hosting Clam Cake & Clam Chowder Dinner

WEST WARWICK — St. Mary's Church, 70 Church St., is hosting an All You Can Eat Clam Cake and Clam Chowder on Friday, May 29 from 4:30 p.m. – 7 p.m. in Father Gibson Church Hall. The meal includes complimentary beverage and dessert. Tickets are $11.00 for adults, $5 for children, kids 5 and under eat free. Tickets will be sold at the door on the day of the event. There is ample parking available. The hall is handicapped accessible. For more information call the rectory at 821-5555. more

EXETER — At 13, most teenagers are still in middle school, worrying over homework and socializing with friends. A few are learning to navigate the halls of a new high school, and some are just discovering the youth groups their parishes might offer for teenagers and preteens. Some are still playing with LEGOs or arts and crafts kits, and most have a long way to go before designing their first website or placing orders of supplies for a custom product, much less a religious prayer aide that promotes the Catholic faith. more
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