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Your meatless Fridays may be having a positive impact not just on your Lenten spiritual exercises, but on creation as well. more
PROVIDENCE – Providence College’s Center for Catholic and Dominican Studies will sponsor the annual St. Joseph Lecture, “Journey to the Headwaters: Bartolomé de las Casas in a Comparative Context” by Rev. David T. Orique, O.P., on Thursday, March 13 at 3:30 p.m. in the Aquinas Lounge on campus. Responding will be Rev. Edward L. Cleary, O.P., professor of political science at Providence College. more
As we move ever closer to the memorial of Jesus’ death, this Sunday’s readings remind us of the triumph of the resurrection which lies beyond the cross. more
Lent is a time to be reflective and prayerful. more
NORTH?SCITUATE – Surrounded by nearly 100 parishioners, Father Roger Houle and Monsignor John Darcy blessed and dedicated the newly-added parish center at Saint Joseph Parish last Friday. more
GREENVILLE – The beautiful St. Philip Church provided the setting for the sixth annual WinterSing last Sunday, an evening of prayer, music, food and fellowship. The church was filled with the heavenly and talented voices of nearly 200 musicians from across the Diocese. more
PROVIDENCE – They've earned patches for camping and canoeing, cooking and crafting, but last Sunday several area Girl and Boy Scouts were recognized for their faith. more
The resurrection of Lazarus by Jesus Christ was the straw that broke the camel’s back. Previously, the religious leaders were profoundly disturbed that Jesus Christ had exalted himself above the Sabbath. more
As of February 29, 2008: 703 Rhode Island households have received heating assistance from the campaign, thanks to your generous donations. $190,332.75 toward oil heat, $35,791.67 toward … more
Following are some names of popular saints and their meaning: Fabian: prosperous farmer Felix: happy George: farmer Glenn: valley Gregory: watchman Harold: strong warrior … more
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