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PAWTUCKET - So what does a great jazz man do when he's matriculating to college? He goes to Loyola University, New Orleans, La., of course! "I'm really excited about getting into the … more
It has been a few months since the glorious feast of the Resurrection. The fresh lilies, the lyrical alleluias, and the glow of the Paschal candle have long lost their splendor. Easter has changed from a festive celebration of risen life into a sublime doctrine pondered by the devout. more
Readings : Isaiah 49:3,5-6 1 Corinthians 1:1-3 John 1:29-34 more
PROVIDENCE — Catholics throughout the world will celebrate Divine Mercy Sunday March 30, praying through the intercession of St. Faustina to trust in Jesus’ endless mercy and to be merciful toward others. more
The Secretariat for Planning and Financial Services reports the following donor contributions in support of the Rice Bowl Collection taken up in the parishes of the Diocese on Palm … more
I saw a “Peanuts” cartoon recently that seemed especially timely. The kids are playing baseball and little Linus, in full catcher’s gear walks out to the pitcher’s mound and announces to Charlie Brown, “The bases are loaded again, and there’s still nobody out.” more
(PROVIDENCE, R.I.) – With Rhode Island's unemployment the highest in the nation, The Most Rev. Thomas J. Tobin, Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Providence and publisher of Rhode Island Catholic, the second largest newspaper in the state, today announced a new weekly feature to connect unemployed Rhode Islanders with companies offering jobs. more
PROVIDENCE — Advocates for the poor and the high school students who slept overnight at Cathedral Square said a drive to make housing more affordable is essential to stem the rising tide of homelessness in Rhode Island. more
ADMINISTRATOR PRO TEM Reverend Thomas D. O’Neill, from Catholic Chaplain, Salve Regina University, Newport, to Administrator pro tem, St. Mary Parish, West Warwick, effective July 1, … more
New Englanders can easily become obsessed with weather. Hurricanes and snowstorms lead us to the Weather Channel as if it were the holy grail. Each season has its spectacles of heat and cold, winds and rain, sleet and sunshine. more
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