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Several hundred people attended a concert at the Cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul in Providence on Sunday, Dec. 8, to enjoy ‘The Sounds of the Season’, while helping to ‘Keep the … more
The calendar of the ancient world followed closely the changing of seasons: the plantings of spring and the harvestings of autumn, the brilliance of summer and the gloom of winter. What started as an … more
The midpoint of Advent is a perfect place to pause and take spiritual stock of our journey to the awesome, wondrous gift of the coming of God in Jesus, the word made flesh. With less than two weeks … more
Most American Catholics learn to receive Holy Communion in an orderly fashion, lining up pew by pew. This widespread custom differs markedly from the practices of many other Catholic countries. In … more
Santa Claus is real. More precisely commemorated as St. Nicholas (in Dutch, “Sinterklass,” later anglicized to “Santa”), the Church celebrates this 4th century bishop every … more
Two years ago, speaking before a Vatican-sponsored international symposium titled “Prospects for a World Free of Nuclear Weapons and for Integral Disarmament,” Pope Francis said we cannot … more
The St. Augustine Council (#10557) of the Knights of Columbus was outraged, disgusted and appalled to see the national Columbus Day celebrations marred again this year by the desecration of statues … more
TO THE EDITOR:I take up my pen and ink in response to the remarks of Father Ronald Brassard, formerly our director of Liturgy.I am concerned with his condescension toward young people devoted to the … more
TO THE EDITOR:Is anyone concerned about the replacement of “Yahweh” by “Lord” in the current Lectionary? That same change has been made in hymns sung at liturgical ceremonies. … more
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