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Next week in the Rhode Island Catholic Next week's edition will include an article about the 3rd Annual “Keep the Heat On” Campaign. In the meantime, if you are in need of heating … more
Blackfriars Dance Concert PROVIDENCE — Providence College’s Department of Theatre, Dance and Film will present the Blackfriars Dance Concert, November 30, 8 p.m.; December 1, 2 p.m., in … more
NEWPORT – In the gardens of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Cluny Motherhouse in Paris stands a gingko biloba tree planted by their founder, Blessed Anne-Marie Javouhey, before her 1851 death. … more
The peddlers of the cure-all, known as embryonic stem cell research, were dealt a serious blow last week in New Jersey. more
A special collection will be held this weekend to benefit the Catholic Campaign for Human Development, a campaign started in 1978 by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops. more
PROVIDENCE — The diocesan Catholic Schools Office has announced a special event to honor Catholic school graduates who have succeeded in professional athletics that will benefit students at … more
Father Donat A. Barrette — January 21 Father Peter M. Cavanaugh — February 9 Father Leo R. Anctil — March 23 Father Donald J. King — March 29 Father George F. Gorman — … more
At the end of the church year, the liturgy focuses on our Christian hope for the coming of God’s kingdom in the final judgment. more
Thanksgiving Day will be next week, so this prayer from St. Francis of Assisi entitled “The Praises of God Most High” is offered in Thanksgiving: You are the holy Lord God who alone does … more
WARREN — In past years, students at Our Lady of Fatima High School have held food drives, gone on field trips to homeless shelters and heard talks by representatives from the Rhode Island Community Food Bank. more
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