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GREENVILLE – The third annual Human Life Guild Day, hosted by the Diocese of Providence’s Respect Life Office, will take place Saturday, October 18 at St. Philip Church, Greenville beginning with a 9 a.m. Mass. more
WARWICK — In the Gospel of John, we are told that Jesus commanded Peter to “feed my sheep” as evidence of Peter’s love for Christ. more
PROVIDENCE — Helping an organization that serves so many in the community, Bishop Thomas J. Tobin presented a $5,000 check on June 17 to the Providence Boys and Girls Club’s “Keep the Lights On” campaign. more
David Bohnett was the founder of the highly successful Internet venture known as Geocities which was later bought by Yahoo for over three billion dollars. Mr. Bohnett has put his considerable wealth to work by doling out about $34 million dollars in grants through his foundation which claims it is “committed to improving society through social activism.” more
Our Lady of the Snows In the dead of winter, the legend of Our Lady of the Snows is presented. According to the legend, on the night of Aug. 4, 352, Mary appeared to a senator named John and his wife, telling them to build a church in her honor on the Esquiline Hill. more
PROVIDENCE — Joan A. (Silva) Curran, 76, died March 31 at Rhode Island Hospital. She was the wife of the late Robert F. Curran, to whom she was married for 41 years, and a summer resident of Narragansett. more
PASTOR Reverend Peter J. D’Ambrosia, from Assistant Pastor, SS. John and Paul Parish, Coventry, to Pastor, St. Rita Parish, Warwick, effective August 16, 2010 more
WASHINGTON, (CNA/EWTN News) — The Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD) launched a program of “review and renewal” on October 26, acknowledging mistakes and pledging to uphold “Catholic principles” in all future decisions. more
PROVIDENCE—State Rep. Peter F. Martin is not seeking a pardon for John Gordon, an 19th century Irish Catholic immigrant who remains the last person to be executed in Rhode Island. more
The United States Bishops Committee on Doctrine recently issued a respectful but firm admonition concerning a college textbook by Sister of St. Joseph Elizabeth Johnson entitled “The Quest For The Living God.” more
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