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PAWTUCKET — Central Falls police officers Nichole Rave and David Hemond at times experience challenges when communicating with city residents whose primary language is not English. more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Douglas and Mary Bonneville were baptized as Catholics and then drifted away from the Church. Douglas left the Roman Catholic Church when he turned 18 and Mary's family stopped attending Mass when she was 7-years-old. more
SPECIAL APOSTOLATE Reverend Robert E. Lacombe, to supply ministry in the Diocese of Providence with residence at St. Bartholomew Parish, Providence, effective August 7, 2009 effective August 7, 2009 more
The Rhode Island Catholic publishes again this week, filled with interesting stories including part II of The Mystery in Rhode Island. Other stories include: All aboard with the steaming … more
PROVIDENCE — Rhode Island's religious leaders hope Gov. Donald Carcieri will offer his formal response on Sept. 1 to a panel's recommendations on how to address fears in the community over the governor's executive order to crack down on illegal immigration. more
CRANSTON — A feast for the senses was brewing at the remotely-located RI PBS studios on Thursday, June 18 when a group of energetic students from St. Mary Academy-Bay View in Riverside visited the set of the popular TV cooking show “Ciao Italia” to watch a taping and sample some delicacies. more
PROVIDENCE — Religious leaders who serve on the immigration advisory panel appointed last year by Gov. Donald Carcieri pressed him on Monday in a letter to meet with the group and offer a personal response to recommendations the panel made almost eight months ago. more
PROVIDENCE — Parishioners at the Church of the Holy Name of Jesus in Providence and St. Rocco Church in Johnston have sacrificed and contributed to major restoration projects in their historic parishes during these challenging economic times. more
Since the early 1990’s, The Legionaries of Christ, a religious congregation founded in Mexico in 1941 by the late Father Marcial Maciel Degollado, L.C., have enjoyed a significant yet quiet presence in the Diocese of Providence. Many are unaware of the apostolates that the Legionaries perform, such as serving as chaplains and teaching in the three schools in Rhode Island conducted by Regnum Christi, an apostolic movement within the Catholic Church affiliated with the Legionaries of Christ. more
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