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“The poor cry out for justice and equality and we respond with legalized abortion.” These powerful words appearing in a full-page ad in Roll Call, The Hill, Congressional Quarterly Today, and Congress Daily AM, were attributed to Grace Olivarez, a dissenting member of John D. Rockefeller III’s federal advisory commission on population. more
Voice of the Faithful on-line newsletter, no doubt hoping to justify its own critical assessment of U.S. Catholicism, recommends its constituents read a recent article from Commonweal magazine regarding the “high stress, poor health, and low morale” of the diocesan clergy, specifically in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee. more
PROVIDENCE – Changes to special education funding at Catholic schools, approved by the Board of Regents in December, will result in disservices to special needs students, many say. more
Lillian McIntyre McIntyre has served as the Assistant Superintendent of diocesan schools for four years. Prior to that she was the principal at St. Philip School, Greenville for 11 years; … more
CRANSTON – Nine shovelers simultaneously broke ground at the site of the new Immaculate Conception Catholic Regional School Sept. 17. more
(SMITHFIELD, RI)- Cavanagh Company, bakers of altar bread for many Catholic Churches throughout the country, today issued a challenge to local businesses in support of ‘Keep the Heat On’. more
PROVIDENCE — The Chrism Mass is a significant Liturgy of the Catholic Church. Once a year during Holy Week, the bishop blesses the holy oils that are used in the sacraments of baptism, confirmation, holy orders, and the anointing of the sick for the upcoming year. more
The advisory in the letter was not unexpected, yet there was that sense of closure one experiences upon learning that a long time friend following years of illness has now passed away. more
TO THE EDITOR: The editorial (RI Catholic 8 Oct. '09) describing Brown University's decision to ignore Columbus Day as "misguided and arrogant" was right on the mark. more
Feinstein Institute offers seminar PROVIDENCE — The Feinstein Institute of Providence College, One Cunningham Square, will host a semester-long seminar entitled “Reimagining Community: Service and Social Action,” Feb. 8-May 17. The seminar, designed for local community service practitioners, will study the impact that service organizations have in meeting the needs of the community. There is a fee for seminar materials. The deadline for registration is Jan. 29. For more information or to register, call 865-2786. more
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