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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
TO THE EDITOR: I have been listening to the recent discussion in our state concerning the “Holiday” tree. more
TO?THE?EDITOR: I just read Bishop Tobin's article on-line as I subscribe to Courageous Priest and through email subscription I read the Five Problems with Homosexual "Marriage." more
From left, Debbie Abbruzzi, her brother Michael Abbruzzi and parishioner Martha Delekta, far right, were some of the dedicated volunteers who staffed the kitchen during the 41st Annual Parish Festival held recently at St. Alexander Church, Warren. more
What praise, of what hymn, of what thanksgiving, or what recompense shall we offer unto you, the only God, who loves mankind? more
VATICAN CITY -- The Sistine Chapel's transformation from a world-famous tourist site to the prayer-filled space where cardinal electors will choose the next pope is under way. more
PORTSMOUTH—St. Philomena School announced that the following students, who are listed with the name of the high school each will attend, are members of the Class of 2013. They graduated from the eighth grade on Friday, June 7, in a ceremony held at the school. more
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