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VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- Pope Benedict XVI's final trip as pope was a 15-minute helicopter ride from the Vatican to the papal summer villa at Castel Gandolfo. more
Going the distance: Our Lady of Mercy School, East Greenwich, hosted its first-ever road race and kids' fun run on Saturday, May 18. more
PROVIDENCE — Catholics from across Greater Providence walked, took a car or rode on a bus to converge on Cathedral Square Monday night, Oct. 7, to join in a candlelight Prayer Service for Immigration Reform. more
PROVIDENCE — Christ is found in everyday life, whether you are riding a goat in Ghana or broadcasting from The Seven Deadly Sins Suite in Las Vegas, as far as Lino Rulli, known as “The Catholic Guy,” on Sirius XM satellite radio, is concerned. more
PROVIDENCE — In commemoration of the 125th anniversary of the consecration of the Cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul, the Gregorian Concert Choir and Festival Orchestra will present “Great Music in a Great Space,” a retrospective concert featuring some of the finest music ever played in the cathedral during its history. Proceeds from the event, which will be held at the Cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul, 30 Fenner St., on Saturday, May 31 at 7:30 p.m., will benefit Emmanuel House, the diocesan-sponsored homeless shelter in South Providence. more
Historians largely agree that the most important naval battle in human history happened at Lepanto, off the coast of Greece, in October 1571. It marked a decisive defeat of the advance of the Ottoman Empire into the Christian West. The Christians fighting at Lepanto to defend their land — and their faith — were not armed with modern weaponry or more advanced ships. Instead, each fighter was given just one special tool. They were armed with a rosary. more
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) was founded in 1920 “to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties” due to all in the United States. Recently, the Rhode Island Affiliate of the ACLU took issue with the Providence Police for videotaping protesters. Such videotaping is an established practice in law-enforcement and often the only recourse police have when peaceful demonstrations turn violent. The ACLU has indicated that journalists and protesters have a right to record such demonstrations, but that this First Amendment right somehow should not extend to the police because such taping might be construed as “intimidation.” more
Matthias was the replacement for Judas Iscariot in the Twelve Apostles. more
St. Peter Tri-Parish School students in Grades 1, 2 and 3 gather to watch the Papal Parade in Washington, D.C. on their classroom SmartBoard. more
Mass for Recovery PORTSMOUTH — All are welcome to the next Mass for Recovery on Sunday, Jan. 17, at 5 p.m. at St. Barnabas Church. This quarterly Mass is part of the St. Matthias Ministry … more
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