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PASTOR Reverend Michael A. Kelley, from Assistant Pastor, Immaculate Conception Parish, Westerly to Pastor, St. Vincent de Paul Parish, Coventry, effective July 1, 2009 SPECIAL … more
WARWICK - For many Catholic School students across the diocese, the day begins with prayer followed by classes.?On Friday’s during Lent at St. Peter School, more that 70 students make the commitment to start their day together early by attending Mass, followed by breakfast. more
PROVIDENCE – The economic crisis that the nation is experiencing is eliminating jobs and putting more financial stress on working people. more
WAKEFIELD —Ever since that late September day in Los Angeles in 1987, when Pope John Paul II cast aside tradition and any air of formality to jump off the stage to plant a kiss on his cheek, Tony Melendez has been on a mission. more
PROVIDENCE — The Chrism Mass is a significant Liturgy of the Catholic Church. Once a year during Holy Week, the bishop blesses the holy oils that are used in the sacraments of baptism, confirmation, holy orders, and the anointing of the sick for the upcoming year. more
PROVIDENCE — Advocates for the poor and the high school students who slept overnight at Cathedral Square said a drive to make housing more affordable is essential to stem the rising tide of homelessness in Rhode Island. more
Anonymous $500.00 St. Agathas & Precious Blood Youth Homeless Awareness service 500.00 In Honor of Pawtucket City Council 250.00 Mr. & Mrs. Philip E. Devine 200.00 St. Margaret … more
PROVIDENCE — The heated discourse surrounding same-sex marriage throughout Rhode Island usually revolves around religious and constitutional issues. But Paul Gondreau inserts a different perspective to support his argument that marriage is between a man and woman. more
WARWICK — In the Gospel of John, we are told that Jesus commanded Peter to “feed my sheep” as evidence of Peter’s love for Christ. more
(PROVIDENCE, R.I.)-The Diocese of Providence’s Catholic Schools Office today announced changes to three schools for September of 2009. The office will make every effort to place affected students at other Catholic schools. more
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