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As part of the 40 Days for Life, many gather on October 4 to pray beside the Ancora Mobile Ultrasound van, parked outside of Planned Parenthood in Providence. From left to right, Rick Forest, Jean … more
The Providence chapter of the National Pastoral Musicians organization (NPM) held their first AutumnSing at St. Francis de Sales Parish in North Kingstown, on Sunday, Oct. 28. More than 225 choir … more
St. Joseph Church’s Applefest was held on November 4, following 5:30 p.m. Mass, in the church hall. The event featured major raffle prizes, themed baskets, a lottery tree and more. more
Good Shepherd Catholic Regional School students and faculty participated in the Eucharistic Exposition and Benediction. Father Michael Woolley of St. Joseph’s Church in Woonsocket was the … more
Children paint pumpkins and play during the first annual Fall Festival, held on Sunday, Nov. 5, at Blessed Sacrament School in Providence. more
On October 24, the third and sixth grade students of Sacred Heart School in East Providence collected 118 canned goods for the Hope and Faith Drive. The students offered this fundraiser in honor of … more
On Sunday Oct. 22, the Warwick Symphony Orchestra performed a concert at St. Kevin Church in Warwick, featuring the music of Mendelssohn, Elgar and Dvorak. more
St. Brendan’s to host Turkey Raffle RIVERSIDE — St. Brendan’s Parish, 60 Turner Ave. will host a Turkey Raffle on Saturday, Nov. 18 from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Come win a turkey or even an entire … more
PROVIDENCE — The Home Loan Foundation will hold its annual fundraiser to benefit the Assumption Parish food ministry on Thursday, November 30, at Roger Williams Park Casino. This will be the sixth … more
COVENTRY — “There’s the Cookie Lady!” As early as 1957, children at SS. John and Paul Parish in Coventry would call out to one another as they eagerly lined up at Fran Salvas’s Cookie … more
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