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BRENTWOOD, N.Y. — Cross and Passion Sister Gemma Ryan, 85, died February 5 at Maria Regina Residence. Born in Queens, N.Y., she was baptized Rosemary Frances Ryan. more
PROVIDENCE — Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court John G. Roberts Jr. told government and civic leaders attending the opening ceremony of the United States Courthouse Centennial Celebration Tuesday that the 100 year-old building occupies a central place in Rhode Island history. more
Readings : Genesis 12:1-4 2 Timothy 1:8?10 Matthew 17:1?9 In this Sunday’s readings, God calls us to journey in trust that his promises of blessing will be fulfilled in Jesus, … more
PROVIDENCE – Prayer in America will be the topic of a two-part documentary to air later this month on Rhode Island PBS. more
CUMBERLAND — Mercy Sister Miriam Ann McBurnie, 67, died February 4 at Mount St. Rita Health Centre. Born in Providence, she was the daughter of the late John T. H. and Helen (Martin) McBurnie. She was baptized Margaret M. McBurnie. more
Darfur, Sudan is a symbol of human depravity and ethnic cleansing where for years innocent and defenseless civilians have been subject to violent attacks and starvation, and hundreds of thousands have died as a result. more
NEWPORT – The Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians of Newport has established a tuition scholarship program to benefit young women attending a Catholic high school. more
The letter didn’t come on Valentine’s Day. I didn’t receive it on an anniversary. The best love letter I ever received came from my husband a few weeks ago on Christmas Eve. more
To the Editor: On January 22 we recognized the 35th anniversary of the Roe vs. Wade decision that has taken the lives of some 45 million innocent babies and drastically changed our … more
LINCOLN — Nationwide, 160,000 children stay home from school every day because they are afraid of being bullied. more
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