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PROVIDENCE – After months of fundraising and donating to the annual Catholic Charity Fund Appeal, parishes across the diocese are going to see the products of their parishioners' generosity. more
WAKEFIELD – Kathleen Pesta of The Prout School in Wakefield recently traveled to Cardiff, Wales to attend the World Religions Curriculum Conference hosted by the International Baccalaureate Organization. more
PROVIDENCE – We are now in the middle of the Lenten season of penance and reflection, and faithful Catholics are doing their best to avoid eating meat on Fridays as a discipline of long tradition and standing. more
“Is the Lord in our midst or not?” This question tested the Exodus generation in the wilderness and the Samaritan woman and her kinsfolk, and it continues to challenge the Christian community as it moves toward the renewal of its baptismal commitment at the Easter Vigil. We Christians thirst for the life-giving water of Jesus’ revelation while we live in the time between his saving death and resurrection and the completion of God’s kingdom. more
Home Parish: St. Elizabeth’s Bristol Age: 24 Seminary: Pontifical North American College High School: Mt Hope High School College: Providence College Parents: Joe J. & … more
“We began to feel strongly that we were being led to Our Lady of Guadalupe as an intercessor for Sydney. Coincidentally, her feast day was December 12, so we knew that we had exactly two days to prepare and begin a novena if we wanted it to end precisely on the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe,” said Darlene Walsh, the principal of St. Philip School. more
One of the most authentic shrines in the Holy Land is the Samaritan well near Sechem where Jesus encountered the many-times-wedded woman who had come to draw water. more
St. Goar (519-575) was the patron saint of the River Rhine. He was a priest who lived much of his life as a hermit and was known for his life of holiness. Before he died he had a vision of the … more
You’ve probably heard the famous story about the priest who was hearing the first confessions of some second graders. “Bless me father, for I have sinned,” began the earnest young man. “I disobeyed my parents, I fought with my brothers and sisters, and I committed adultery.” more
Masses for deaf and hard of hearing PROVIDENCE — The diocesan Apostolate for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing has announced the following Masses: February 23, signed and voiced Mass, 5 p.m., … more
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