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PROVIDENCE — “Beautiful” is not a word used often by the medical profession to describe suffering and death. It was, however, a word that Father Timothy Reilly often used last Saturday to describe to members of the Rhode Island Catholic Medical Society his experiences in administering the Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick. more
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PROVIDENCE — The Boards of Trustees of St. Joseph Health Services of Rhode Island and Roger Williams Hospital have signed a Definitive Agreement to form an affiliation between the two organizations under a recently-formed parent holding company that will be known as “CharterCARE Health Partners.” more
PROVIDENCE – If you’ve ever attended Mass at the Cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul, chances are you’ve enjoyed the benefit of Anthony Tedeschi’s hard work, though you likely didn’t know it. more
WAKEFIELD—The diocesan Community Services and Advocacy satellite offices throughout the state have reported a sharp increase in requests for assistance as the state’s unemployment rate rose to ten percent. more
PROVIDENCE — You’ve studied hard, made the sacrifices necessary to sustain you through four years of college, and graduation is just around the corner, but what are your chances of landing the job of your dreams in today’s tough economic climate? What will make you stand out in the sea of applicants eager to climb the corporate ladder? more
(PROVIDENCE, R.I.)-The management of Rhode Island Catholic is pleased to offer electronic delivery of the Employment Connection each Saturday morning. more
PAWTUCKET — State Senator John F. McBurney III learned many valuable lessons in Catholic schools more than 40 years ago that continue to shape his personal and professional lives. more
PAWTUCKET — Following consultation with parish trustees, auditors, finance council and school parents, the pastor of St. Mary Church has announced that his request to merge St. Mary School students with nearby Woodlawn Catholic Regional at the end of this school year has been approved by Bishop Thomas J. Tobin. more
PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island State Right to Life Committee has condemned State Attorney General Patrick Lynch's decision to join a lawsuit filed January 15 against the federal government over new rules guaranteeing protection for doctors and other health-care workers who refuse to participate in abortions. more
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