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PROVIDENCE – A meeting will be held this afternoon between the Rhode Island Board of Regents and the Rhode Island Department of Education that could decide the fate of funding for special … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — St. Brendan Robotics Club has entered a team in the First Lego League (FLL). The team will be competing in the state tournament held in January, 2008. Each year FLL … more
Students at elementary schools across the Diocese are no longer striving to get A's and 100 percents on their report cards. Don't be alarmed, it's not due to a widespread slacker epidemic. … more
PROVIDENCE — Based upon Recommendations made by an internal Property Utilization Committee that has concluded a yearlong review of several properties, the Most Rev. Thomas J. Tobin, Bishop of Providence, today announced that seven diocesan properties will be offered for sale. more
PROVIDENCE—WPRO morning radio talk-show host John DePetro hosted Bishop Thomas J. Tobin Oct. 10 in a show that had the telephone ringing nonstop as listeners seized the chance to ask questions and make comments. According to DePetro, it is the first time any Rhode Island bishop has appeared live on a radio talk show; though several programs, including his, have broadcast live telephone interviews with Bishop Tobin. more
Assistant Pastor Father Marcin A. Mioduszewski, from assistant pastor, St. Joseph Parish, Central Falls, to part-time assistant pastor, St. Joseph Parish, Woonsocket, while continuing to … more
The insightful description of sports inscribed above is attributed to the late, great American sports journalist Howard Cosell. It also serves as a perfect introduction to this column about the virtues and vices of the world of sports. more
PROVIDENCE—The Diocese of Providence Office of Communications has announced a special program about the Seminary of Our Lady of Providence that will air on September 24 at 9 a.m. and 9 p.m., and October 3 at 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. on Rhode Island State Interconnect Cox Channel 14 and Full Channel 59. more
PORTSMOUTH – Maureen Finneson doesn’t just teach American history, she loves it. Her fifth grade students at St. Philomena school are the most receptive to learning, she says, when “I get charged up about something, and I get interested in something.” So far, her own interest in history has paid off for her students and for the school. more
PAWTUCKET – For 85 years, a group of dedicated religious sisters have shown mercy on the inner-city school children of Pawtucket. The Woodlawn Catholic Regional School, formerly the St. Edward Parish school, has had a Sisters of Mercy presence for its entire history; generations of children have passed through its doors and been touched by the presence of the sisters. more
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