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Although separated by centuries in time, Naaman the Syrian healed of leprosy and the thankful Samaritan also healed of leprosy both experienced an inner transformation that began with faith and evolved into love. more
For my friend John O’Brien Even saints can have trouble dying. As St. Thérèse struggled with tuberculosis in her final months, she wrestled with one question: how does one die? She had actively and ardently pursued God throughout her short life, seeking perfection especially in the little things. But now that it had come to the end, she did not know what to do. How does one die? How can one die actively, with their eyes open? more
The Cranston Knights of Columbus Council # 1738 took home two of the six major awards at the recent State Convention that was held May 1-3. The Knights were honored with the Community Service Award, as well as the Council Activity Award. The council was recognized not only for the charitable services that they provide, but for the monthly events and dinners that they have held. On June 1, the council will celebrate its 100th Anniversary. The event will be commemorated with a gala event that will be held at the council home. more
Joseph T. Sepe, a parishioner at St. Jude’s Parish in Lincoln, as well as a student at Bryant University, shows Bishop Thomas J. Tobin the zucchetto that he received from Pope Francis during a chance visit with the pontiff on the streets of Rome while Sepe was participating in a study abroad over the summer. more
PROVIDENCE — The Diocese of Providence this week began its 90th annual Catholic Charity Appeal with an initial mailing to 70,000 individuals seeking generous contributions to the campaign, which provides crucial support for the numerous programs and ministries that allow the diocese to do God’s work in communities across the state. more
PROVIDENCE — The Most Rev. Thomas J. Tobin, Bishop of Providence, has announced that Father Jonathan DeFelice, OSB, JCL, has been appointed Assistant Moderator of the Curia and Vice Chancellor of the Diocese of Providence effective July 1, 2015 for a term of two years. more
First Photo: In celebration of Pope Francis’ visit to the United States, the students of St. Augustine School in Providence followed the Pope’s route around the country each day in morning prayer. In the picture Principal Andrew Brassard, Father Scott Carpentier, Father Robert Forcier, and students are each holding up their “Flat Francis” replicas. more
Al comenzar el Año Nuevo quisiera agradecer a Dios por las bendiciones que me ha dado, especialmente el mayor regalo de tener una familia e hijos que están enamorados del Señor, comprometidos a … more
The Friends of Mercy group at Our Lady of Mercy School in East Greenwich recently collected hundreds of new and gently used books for Hasbro Children’s Hospital in Providence. The program is … more
Last week, Martin Castro, chairman of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, blatantly insulted all those who desire to protect their religious freedom. In his report Castro wrote, “The phrases … more
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