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PAWTUCKET – Eugene Henri Ferland, 85, of Hyde Ave., died July 1. He was the husband of Mary T. (Grant) Ferland, and father of Rev. Thomas Ferland, Catholic chaplain of Our Lady of Fatima Hospital, North Providence. more
PORTSMOUTH – St. Philomena School students recently participated in the bi-annual International Dance Festival presentation as part of the K-8 music curriculum at the Portsmouth school which is organized by music teacher Cecilia Heredia. more
VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- The world's cardinals were to begin meetings at the Vatican March 4, and while onlookers are focused on who may be the next pope, the cardinals have business to deal with. more
This weekend, our diocese will gain two new priests. Their first Holy Mass will be the solemnity of Corpus Christi. It is hard to imagine a more fitting feast. This Sunday’s readings are also apt for the occasion. They highlight two priestly virtues: humility and fidelity. more
WEST WARWICK — Complete with new, state-of-the-art-technology, St. Joseph School has come a long way from its humble beginnings as a four classroom schoolhouse of the 1920s. more
Papal approbation being no bad thing, I was delighted to learn that Pope Francis, in a homily a few weeks ago, had suggested that his congregants learn the date of their baptisms and celebrate it—which is precisely what I have been proposing to audiences around the country this past year, when discussing my book, Evangelical Catholicism. more
PROVIDENCE — “Pomp and Circumstance March No. 1” was barely heard over the applause and cheers that erupted as Providence College’s Class of 2014 filed into the Dunkin’ Donuts Center for the school’s 96th commencement ceremony on Sunday. more
The Our Lady of Mercy School Walkathon, held on Thursday, October 2, raised more than $12,900, which will benefit a variety of enrichment programs during the school year. more
PROVIDENCE — In the first two years of its annual Lumen Gentium awards banquet, the diocese has raised about $125,000, which it has donated to assist ministries that serve those in need across the state. more
Students helped to bring famous paintings to life at Arts Night at St. Augustine School in Providence, where students dressed up as well-known artists for extra credit, on Thursday, May 7. more
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