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PROVIDENCE – John A. Daluz has seen many changes in his life, many of which he attributes to the dedication and courageous efforts of slain civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King. more
PROVIDENCE – The Black Repertory Company reopened last week after a two-week closure due to a ceiling collapse. more
The future of many special needs students in Catholic and private schools was put in jeopardy recently. more
WARWICK?–?Nearly 150 people gathered at Bishop Hendricken High School last week to learn what they could do to help their congregation become more environmentally conscious. more
Voice of the Faithful on-line newsletter, no doubt hoping to justify its own critical assessment of U.S. Catholicism, recommends its constituents read a recent article from Commonweal magazine regarding the “high stress, poor health, and low morale” of the diocesan clergy, specifically in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee. more
Readings : Isaiah 49:3,5-6 1 Corinthians 1:1-3 John 1:29-34 more
St. Bernadette Soubirous (1844-1879), whose visions of Mary brought many pilgrims to Lourdes, spoke these final words before she died of tuberculosis. Her mother superior told her she would ask … more
To The Editor: Regarding the "Please bring back prayers for priests" in the January 3 issue of the Rhode Island Catholic, I totally agree and would like the inspiring column restored. more
To The Editor: On page 8 of the 11/20/07 issue of the RI Catholic, you have an article entitled "Holy Day of Obligation." more
To the Editor: I would like to comment on a Commentary written by William Patenaude, “Come learn how you can ‘green’ your congregation,” Thursday, January 3, 2008, Rhode Island Catholic. more
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