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PROVIDENCE — On Sunday catechumens and candidates who are either entering the Church or seeking full communion gathered at the Cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul at the invitation of Bishop Thomas Tobin. Similar ceremonies were held in cathedrals throughout the world. more
PROVIDENCE – As people crowded into the Senate Judiciary Hearing Room at the State House last Thursday their stickers said it all. more
WAKEFIELD – Six year-old Justin Bossian was up at dawn on Thursday, ready to leave for his first-grade classroom at Monsignor Matthew F. Clarke School, Wakefield. more
Award-winning children's author, Janet Taylor Lisle, recently joined aspiring authors and illustrators from All Saints Academy's Middle School. more
St. Ambrose Church holds Lenten mission LINCOLN — St. Ambrose Church, 191 School Street, will hold a parish Lenten mission, beginning the weekend of March 7-8. Father Robert Vallee of … more
CRANSTON — “That was my parent’s faith. I don’t believe in organized religion. I don’t want to have a Mass.” more
WOONSOCKET — It was a busy night for some young parishioners of St. Agatha and Precious Blood parishes last Friday, as they spent their evening delivering food and supplies to Woonsocket homeless shelters, handing out meals in Veteran’s Memorial Park, then braving the elements in a sleep-out in the St. Agatha’s Church parking lot. more
PROVIDENCE — With a call to Rhode Island’s Catholic community to provide for those in need, the Roman Catholic Diocese of Providence will kick-off a $7.8 million effort to help Rhode Islanders in need amidst nation-leading unemployment and the challenging economy. more
PROVIDENCE — Dedicated coaches, enthusiastic players and supportive families will assemble this weekend for the start of the annual Catholic Athletic League basketball playoffs. Ninety-eight teams will compete in the parish league divisions, and 50 will play in the school division. more
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