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Daniel 12:1-3; Psalms 16:5, 8-11; Hebrews 10:11-14, 18; and Gospel: Mark 13:24-32 more
PROVIDENCE — Catechists looking to hone their teaching skills and Catholics interested in deepening their knowledge of the faith will find many opportunities to do both at the 46th annual Faith Formation Convocation, scheduled for March 16 at Bryant University in Smithfield. more
ASSISTANT PASTOR Reverend Scott J. Carpentier, from Theological Studies, St. John’s Seminary, Brighton, Massachusetts, to Assistant Pastor, St. Luke Parish, Barrington, effective July 1, 2013. more
BRISTOL — It is Sunday afternoon on Columbus Day weekend and young, college-age men on a long weekend are likely either watching the Patriots play the Saints, getting ready for the Red Sox-Tigers playoff game, or heading out to dinner or the movies with friends. more
PROVIDENCE - Líderes religiosos, políticos, laborales y comunitarios , así como cientos de invitados, llenaron la Iglesia de San Miguel Arcángel en Providence hace dos viernes atrás por la noche para una ceremonia (rally) de apoyo una reforma migratoria integral. Con más de 11 millones de personas indocumentadas en los Estados Unidos, los legisladores dijeron que el arreglar un sistema de inmigración “roto” no es sólo importante para los individuos, pero también es esencial para el crecimiento económico en Estados Unidos. Sus objetivos son la legalización de los inmigrantes indocumentados, el mantener a las familias unidas poniendo fin a las políticas de deportación y agilizar la inmigración legal. more
PROVIDENCE —The state’s attorney general, as well as its health director have given their blessings to a joint venture involving CharterCare Health Partners — owners of Fatima Hospital and St. Joseph’s, along with Roger Williams Hospital — and Prospect Medical Holdings of Los Angeles, Calif. more
NORTH PROVIDENCE — The Rhode Island Catholic Medical Society invites all physicians, health care professionals and workers to join Bishop Thomas J. Tobin as he celebrates the annual White Mass on Tuesday, October 21 at 7 p.m., in the chapel at Our Lady of Fatima Hospital, 200 High Service Ave. more
The renewal of the Church depends on the family. Vibrant Catholic families — committed to living the faith with integrity and passing it on to future generations — provide hope for the future. more
The events in Ferguson, Mo., and Baltimore, Md., have rightly disturbed us. These protests and riots have led pundits on both sides of the aisle to blame police racism and brutality on the one hand, and criminals and “thugs” on the other. The problem, however, is much deeper than racism or criminality. more
The recent visit of Pope Francis to the United States evoked a substantial amount of good will, but it also provoked an added bit of commentary on his latest encyclical on society’s care for creation, humanity’s common home. On the day of his holiness’ arrival, the Woonsocket Call featured a political cartoon of the pontiff floating aloft with angelic wings spread wide. The left-handed wing was immensely larger than the right-sided wing. more
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