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RUMFORD — Deacon John F. Needham, retired deacon at St. Margaret Church, Rumford, died on Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2021, at his home in Rumford. The son of the late Joseph and Laura (Martin) Needham, … more
One of my favorite verses about the Word of God comes from Psalm 119: “Your word, O Lord, is a lamp for my steps and a light for my path.” The Word of God as a lamp to light our path … more
Haunted Labyrinth to benefit Rejoice in Hope Youth CenterCRANSTON — The Haunted Labyrinth, located at the Rejoice in Hope Youth Center, 804 Dyer Ave., will take place from 7 - 10 p.m. on the … more
PROVIDENCE — This summer, the Diocese of Providence not only welcomed Rich Popovic to the new position of executive director for the Catholic Foundation of Rhode Island, but with the approval … more
NEWPORT — Museum of Newport Irish History members and friends gathered on Saturday, Sept. 18, to celebrate the unveiling of a new historical informational sign at the Barney Street Cemetery, … more
Carlo Acutis was only 15-years-old when he died of leukemia in 1996. His mother has described him as “a normal boy in many ways” but “very obedient” and “very … more
In dealing with the coronavirus pandemic, many of our civil leaders have urged us to “follow the science.” So have many doctors and health care workers. This past July, for example, the … more
As I speak to fellow Catholics in my new role as chair of the Advisory Board of the Catholic Foundation of Rhode Island, many have expressed confusion about the distinctions between the yearly … more
Of the many titles accorded Jesus Christ during his public life, the designation “Son of David” is linked by Saints Matthew, Mark and Luke with the healing ministry of the Messiah. In … more
For some time upon receiving Holy Communion, I have tried to focus on three things for which I am deeply grateful: the divine plan, the Blood of Christ and Our Lady’s fiat. Each requires a … more
TO THE EDITOR: We offer our thanks to Bishop Tobin for always courageously and faithfully defending the sanctity of life from conception to natural death. His unwavering leadership inspires so … more
TO THE EDITOR: What a wonderful thing to read the Immigration Bureaucracy editorial, the three pieces on abortion [Rep. Langevin Defies Logic…; Catholic “belief” and the … more
PROVIDENCE — A lifelong fan, Father Ray Suriani, pastor emeritus of St. Pius X in Westerly, was recently gifted with tickets to a Green Bay Packers game to mark end of his treatment for cancer. … more
PROVIDENCE — Many gathered to renew their commitment to life as the Diocese of Providence Office of Life & Family held the annual Human Life Guild Mass on Saturday, Oct. 16 at the Cathedral … more
PROVIDENCE — Gloria Purvis received a warm welcome at McVinney Auditorium on Saturday, Oct. 16, as she captivated the crowd with her warm personality, compelling personal stories and strong … more
PROVIDENCE — On Sunday, in dioceses all around the world, the local phase of the 2023 Synod of Bishops opened.Pope Francis invoked the synod, officially titled “For a Synodal Church: … more
PROVIDENCE — La Salle Academy has come quite a long way over the past 150 years, from its humble beginnings in a building on Fountain Street known as “The Brothers’ School,” … more
On October 3, the Knights of Columbus and the Columbiettes Father Joseph Boehr Council relocated from their home at 28 Fish Road in Tiverton to Saint Theresa Church in Tiverton. Together, the … more
Blessed be the Lord, the God of Israel; he has come to his people and set them free . . . He promised of old that he would save us from our enemies, from the hands of all who hate us. (Lk 1:68; … more
Haunted Labyrinth to benefit Rejoice in Hope Youth CenterCRANSTON — The Haunted Labyrinth, located at the Rejoice in Hope Youth Center, 804 Dyer Ave., will take place from 7 - 10 p.m. on the … more
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