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PROVIDENCE — Bishop Thomas J. Tobin paid a pastoral visit to St. Charles Borromeo Parish, Providence, on Sunday, presiding and serving as homilist at the noon Spanish Mass. The church, known for … more
Okay, let me say it and get it over with. Congratulations to the New England Patriots for winning their fifth Super Bowl! The Pats had a great season, culminated by their historic comeback and a … more
‘Men Hurt, Too’ at McVinney Auditorium for one night only PROVIDENCE — “Men Hurt, Too” the latest play by local artistic director, Helen Baskerville-Dukes, will take the McVinney … more
Certainly among the most quoted words of Jesus Christ are the few phrases found in this coming Sunday’s Gospel. How often are offended parties told to “turn the other cheek!” Countless times … more
At the Warm Hearts and Warm Wishes Event held on Friday, Jan. 27, in addition to enjoying “breakfast for dinner” and music and games, students from Our Lady of Mercy School in East Greenwich … more
For many of us, the temptation exists to allow our political views to shape our Catholicism. This temptation is understandable since one’s personal politics are generally infused with deeply held … more
While it is true that the majority of people in the United States were rooting for the Atlanta Falcons in the Super Bowl, it is safe to assume that the overwhelming majority of New Englanders are … more
“Ask the Deacon” is a new column in which the three Transitional Deacons who will be ordained June 3 to the priesthood in the Diocese of Providence — Deacons Brian Morris, Joseph Brice and … more
To the Editor: On the front page of the 9 February Rhode Island Catholic Bishop Thomas Tobin makes a statement about Immigration reform. In it, he mentions ‘confusion.’ His words, regrettably, … more
To the Editor: After reading Bishop Tobin’s statement that the Blessed Mother “remains the preeminent example of what it means to be a disciple of Christ” (“Deacons hold annual … more
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