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NORTH?SMITHFIELD — Franciscan Missionary of Mary Sister Alice D. Smilanich, a member of the Ein Karim Community, died Aug. 22 at St. Antoine Residence. Born in Penrose, Colo., she was … more
CUMBERLAND — Mercy Sister Mary Charlotte Winn, 87, of Sumner Brown Road, a retired educator and administrator, died August 26 at Mount St. Rita Health Centre. Born Mildred Winn in … more
PROVIDENCE – The Diocese of Providence’s Office of Communications has announced the airing of a concert by the Gregorian Concert Choir and Festival Orchestra, under the direction of Father … more
CRANSTON–Saying goodbye to a loved one at the cemetery is never a happy time, but Father Anthony Verdelotti, the director of the Catholic cemetery office for the diocese and his associate director, Arthur Lurgio, do not want it to be as dark as it was in the past at St. Ann’s cemetery. more
PROVIDENCE – Everybody needs a place to call home, where safety and security meet and familiarity reigns. more
The world was saddened to learn this week of the passing of Jean-Marie Cardinal Lustiger, the former Archbishop of Paris, at the age of 80. more
To the Editor: How will the new changes in wording of the English Mass promote the purpose of celebrating Mass in the vernacular, which was clearly promulgated by Vatican II? How can … more
The word limbo usually brings to mind the situation conjured up by medieval theologians to explain the eternal status of unbaptized infants. more
To the Editor: I thoroughly enjoyed the July 26, 2007 edition and was especially grateful to see that professor Fritz Wenisch has graced your Commentary pages. I recall waiting for the … more
By pinpointing brothels which parade under the euphemism of "massage parlors," and by exposing sex traffickers who enslave women, Brian J. Lowney, assistant editor of the Rhode Island Catholic, performed a public service. more
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