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SPECIAL APOSTOLATE Rev. Thomas J. Ferland, to Catholic Chaplain, Rhode Island Hospital, Providence, with residence at Sts. John and James Parish, West Warwick, effective immediately. … more
Legend has it that each year at this time the Grinch and the Angel meet to debate the meaning and value of Christmas. “Christmas is a serious problem,” said the Grinch, “and should be banned from the face of the earth forever.” “Christmas is an important occasion and a wonderful opportunity for the human family,” replied the Angel. “It should be celebrated by everyone with as much joy as possible!” more
NEWCASTLE, Me. — Robert Baldwin, 73, the former editor of The Providence Visitor, now The Rhode Island Catholic, died November 25 at home. He was the husband of Annabelle Baldwin. more
“Beloved, now is the acceptable time spoken of by the Spirit, the day of peace, salvation and reconciliation, the great season of Advent. This is the time greatly awaited by the patriarchs and … more
NORTH PROVIDENCE —?Why do people stop attending Mass? Is Mass attendance necessary to be a good Catholic? Canon law and Church leaders undoubtedly say it is, but many Catholics who have stopped attending Sunday services might disagree. more
PROVIDENCE —?The Roman Catholic Diocese of Providence has announced the sale of the Cluny Sisters Convent Provincial House Convent to Table Rock, LLC for $4,337,500. Table Rock, LLC has stated that the property will be used as a family residence. more
PROVIDENCE — For almost 20 years Dominican Father Matthew D. Powell has generously offered a beautiful Christmas gift to the community. more
PROVIDENCE – For more than 135 years, Assumption Church in the city’s West End has served as a beacon of hope to recent immigrants, fulfilling their spiritual and temporal needs. more
Rhode Island high schools have faced the grave problem of underage drinking in recent years as too many young people have died in tragic accidents as the result of drunk driving. Grief has grown into outrage as the problem has not subsided but seems only to be increasing among students of both our public and private schools. more
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