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Atonement for sin is a notion that pre-dates Christianity and probably even pre-dates Judaism. more
PROVIDENCE – Bishop Thomas J. Tobin today expressed his gratitude to the hundreds of individuals and organizations who made more than $250,000 available for heating assistance this winter through Keep the Heat On. more
To the Editor: On behalf of Mercy Sister Mary Higgins, Father Bernard Lavin and myself, I want to thank Brian Lowney for the series of articles that he wrote on bullying in the Rhode … more
SMITHFIELD — Religious educators attending a workshop entitled “Teaching Morality to Adolescents” at the 41st Annual Diocesan Religious Education Workshop Day held March 15 at Bryant University were told that prayer is an essential part of morality. more
PROVIDENCE — American Catholics are eagerly awaiting the arrival of Pope Benedict XVI, who will make his first papal visit to the United States from April 15-20. more
The Catholic Athletic League (CAL) wrapped up its tournament with exciting match-ups at every venue last weekend. more
Over the years, The Vagina Monologues has become a lightning rod for controversy, debate and denouncements. more
The readings for Easter express extraordinary joy over Jesus’ triumphant resurrection from the dead and confidently exhort us to a new life based on faith in God’s victory over sin and death. more
PROVIDENCE – Following trends in dioceses throughout the country, Rhode Island's Catholic schools are expecting some substantial changes in the coming year that will alter the face of education in several cities. more
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