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By Lorene Hanley DuquinOSV NewsToday, parishioners are expected to feel a true sense of ownership in their parish. That means looking at your parish as more than just a place where you go to Mass. A … more
TO THE EDITOR: I would like to commend the Rhode Island Catholic and Executive Editor Rick Snizek for the comprehensive and well-written story about our Coadjutor Bishop Richard Henning. Like … more
WARWICK — As part of National School Week, the National School Choice Fair was held at the Crowne Plaza on Sunday, Jan. 22.During the event, booths were set up in the Plaza Ballroom for … more
I’m thinking of the gentleman who called my office to say that he drove past my house every day, and that he sometimes saw a coyote prowling around, and knew that I walked my little dog in the … more
Young Adult Eucharistic Formation RetreatKINGSTON — All young adults ages 18-30 are welcome to attend a day of prayer, formation, community, food and the celebration of Holy Mass while growing … more
PROVIDENCE — Can prayer help ease the suffering of a soul that has passed from this life? The Catholic Church teaches that a soul in need of purification prior to entering heaven can be aided … more
PROVIDENCE — Providence College (PC) announced today that it has selected Nancy Meedzan, DNP, RN, CNE, NEA-BC as the Inaugural Nursing Department Chair in the College’s new School of … more
The Good Shepherd Catholic Regional School community hosted a school Mass at St. Joseph’s Church, Woonsocket, on January 30 to begin Catholic Schools Week. Father Ryan Simas, pastor, was the … more
As part of their Catholic Schools Week activities and community service, students in grades Pre-K – second at St. Paul School in Cranston, created Birthday Bags for the homeless. Students, … more
PROVIDENCE — In the words of the famous Mexican singer Ana Gabriel, “I have no money or anything, the only thing I have is love to give.” These words were spoken in his homily by … more
Upon hearing or reading the words, Dominus vobiscum, Catholics of a mature age, and increasingly today, lots of younger folks, will instinctively respond with, Et cum spiritu tuo. “The Lord be … more
The Five First Devotions PROVIDENCE — The Five First Devotions will take place on Saturday, Feb. 4, at St. Augustine Parish, 639 Mt. Pleasant Ave., beginning with confessions at 3:45 p.m. … more
PROVIDENCE — In a glorious Mass of Reception at the Cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul on Jan. 26, nine weeks after being appointed by Pope Francis to serve as coadjutor Bishop of Providence with … more
PROVIDENCE — Ordination to the Office of Bishop is, according to the Catechism of the Catholic Church, the “fullness of the sacrament of Holy Orders.” With this esteemed position … more
PROVIDENCE — According to the Code of Canon Law, the pope “can appoint ex officio a coadjutor bishop who also has special faculties. A coadjutor bishop possesses the right of … more
BLAZON: Azure, within a bordure parted wavy Argent and Gules an escallop shell Argent. The shield is ensigned with an episcopal cross Or charged with five jewels Gules and a bishop’s galero … more
GREENVILLE — On Sunday, Jan. 29, Coadjutor Bishop Richard G. Henning made his first pastoral visit to St. Philip’s Parish and School. The day’s events began with Holy Mass … more
The 20th anniversary of one of the deadliest building fires in U.S. history is fast approaching. Sunday, Feb. 19, will mark 20 years since a fire at The Station nightclub in West Warwick left an … more
Ian Paisley (1920-2014) was a Northern Irish Presbyterian minister who, at age 25, broke from the Presbyterian Church in Ireland to found the Free Presbyterian Church of Ulster. He was elected … more
VALLEY STREAM, N.Y. — For a kid, life in this blue-collar village in Nassau County, Long Island, was pretty good. Family bonds, grounded in the Catholic faith, were strong.Although it sits a … more
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