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TO THE EDITOR: I am shocked (but not surprised) that Bishop Tobin is making a fuss about the present Governor calling the tree at the State House a "holiday tree" when Gov. Carcieri did the same thing during his administration. more
It’s a sure sign of spring, as predictable as the Red Sox at spring training, the swallows returning to Capistrano, and the flowing of green beer on St. Patrick’s Day. I’m referring of course to the public re-appearance of the determined proponents of homosexual marriage. more
BARRINGTON – Albert P. Marcello Jr., 59, died July 2. He was the husband of Norma A. (Bizier) Marcello for 31 years, and the father of Rev. Albert P. Marcello III, assistant pastor of St. Philip Church, Greenville. more
Can we still be thankful when we suffer? more
ROME - On Sunday, 3 March 2013, sixty-two seminarians of the Pontifical North American College were instituted to the ministry of acolyte during a celebration of the Eucharist. Joshua Barrow and Nicholas Fleming of the Diocese of Providence who are in their second year of theological studies, were among those seminarians instituted. more
The choice of the name Francis by our present Holy Father has expectedly generated a renewed interest in the life and work of the ever-popular St. Francis of Assisi. By a serendipitous co-incidence, Dominican Father Augustine Thompson, professor at Berkeley, recently authored an extensive biography on the saintly poor man. more
NORTH PROVIDENCE — Sister Agnes Kozak, Franciscan Missionary, daughter of the late Michael and Mary (Homer) Kozak, died September 21 at the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary Assisted Living Residence. more
Critical of the enormous gap between the haves and the have-nots, Pope Francis said, “This imbalance is the result of ideologies which defend the absolute autonomy of the marketplace and financial speculation. Consequently, they reject the right of states, charged with vigilance for the common good, to exercise any form of control,” (Evangelii Gaudium, “The Joy of the Gospel”). more
NEWPORT — Elizabeth Bruno, wearing her black graduation grown and mortarboard, elevated her bandage-wrapped ankle as she waited for her fellow Salve Regina University graduates to process into the large white tent for commencement. more
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