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PROVIDENCE –While in Rome for the ordination to the transitional diaconate of two Providence seminarians last week, Bishop Thomas J. Tobin had the opportunity to meet briefly with Pope Benedict XVI. Back in Providence Tuesday, the Bishop said he and the Holy Father discussed his visit to the United States, scheduled for next summer. Pope Benedict indicated the possibility that he might visit Boston during that trip. more
VATICAN CITY – The statues, murals and other works of art that fill St. Peter’s Basilica are valuable. And those of religious persuasion would even argue that the bones of St. Peter, buried beneath that church’s high altar, Are more so. But being ordained to tend Christ’s sheep in the proximity of Peter’s relics is certainly beyond price. more
PROVIDENCE – The Diocese of Providence's office of Community Service and Advocacy is once again preparing to conduct a free tax-filing program for the upcoming tax season. Last year, volunteers assisted more than 100 individuals in obtaining $100,000 in tax refunds and/ or deductions. more
Legion of Mary celebration PAWTUCKET—The Legion of Mary of St. John the Baptist Church, 69 Quincy Ave., will celebrate the centennial of the birth of Venerable Edel Quinn, October 20, 11 … more
NEWPORT – Some say they will remember the beautiful landscape and the views. Some will remember teaching children at the school. Others will remember taking their first vows there. more
PORTSMOUTH — Two local authors have written a new book about love of neighbor, a quality that they believe is missing in the lives of many people today who lack compassion and think of life as a game that they must win. more
LINCOLN – St. Basil parish will celebrate its 100th anniversary this weekend, October 13 and 14, with a banquet and a Mass. more
PROVIDENCE — Members of the Rhode Island Catholic Medical Society will gather for the annual White Mass October 16 at 7 p.m, at the Church of Our Lady of the Rosary, 463 Benefit St., Providence. more
In today’s readings two foreign lepers, Naaman the Syrian and an unnamed Samaritan, thank God for the gift of salvation. Let us rejoice with them in the words of the responsorial psalm: “All the ends of the earth have seen the salvation by our God” (Ps 98). more
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