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CRANSTON — At the western end of St. Ann Cemetery, in a bucolic grove, stands the Diocese of Providence’s newest place of rest for the dearly departed.With its twin 50-foot-high towers … more
Summer is a time when many of us take a step back from our normal routines and unwind a little bit. The slower schedule at work and school, and the nicer weather (at least here in the north), afford … more
Summer Hours at Gabriel's Trumpet Catholic BookstoreCOVENTRY — In appreciation for all that our volunteers do and to enable them to spend time with their families, Gabriel's Trumpet Catholic … more
WASHINGTON (CNS) — The U.S. bishops approved by a wide margin a plan to draft a document to examine the "meaning of the Eucharist in the life of the church" following a lengthy debate during … more
What would our Founding Fathers say? This is something to consider as Independence Day approaches. What would our Founding Fathers say if they were able to survey the current state of affairs in the … more
“The desire to fit in is the root of almost all wrongdoing.” Those are the words of Christopher Freiman, a philosophy professor from the College of William and Mary. And his point is … more
Now that the Church’s liturgy is back in Ordinary (that is, numbered) Time, the Gospel account according to St. Mark will be proclaimed from Catholic pulpits until Advent. St. Mark’s … more
PROVIDENCE — In the midst of a global pandemic, whether you tended to the medical or spiritual needs at the bedside of COVID-19 patients, kept order in the streets as a law enforcement officer, … more
REAPPOINTMENTS In conformity with the Code of Canon Law and the Priest Personnel Policy of the Diocese of Providence, the Most Reverend Thomas J. Tobin is pleased to appoint the following pastors … more
I close my eyes only for a moment and the moment’s gone.All my dreams pass before my eyes, a curiosity.Dust in the wind, all they are is dust in the wind.All we are is dust in the … more
Summer Hours at Gabriel's Trumpet Catholic BookstoreCOVENTRY — In appreciation for all that our volunteers do and to enable them to spend time with their families, Gabriel's Trumpet Catholic … more
PROVIDENCE — “We need our mother AND our fathers. Children flourish best in that kind of home,” Ryan Bomberger said in delivering a recent Zoom presentation on Fatherhood to the … more
PROVIDENCE — A Day of Prayer Honoring St. Joseph for the Year of St. Joseph will take place on Saturday, June 19 at St. Patrick Church, 244 Smith St., beginning at 1:30 p.m. and ending with 4 … more
It was an unexpected honor to be asked to serve as the director for the Society for the Propagation of the Faith by Bishop Thomas J. Tobin. To be a successor in the position of the late Msgr. William … more
The head of the World Health Organization (WHO), as reported by The Guardian, has warned that as COVID vaccines continue to roll out, the world faces a “catastrophic moral failure” as … more
From the creation account in Genesis, through the release of the Hebrews from Egypt, during the sojourn in the wilderness and even into the apocalyptic visions of the later Hebrew Scriptures, it is … more
Los periódicos The Rhode Island Catholic y El Catolico de RI fueron honrados anoche con 27 premios combinados por la Asociación de Prensa Católica de los Estados Unidos y … more
CHICAGO — Rhode Island Catholic and its Spanish language publication, El Católico de Rhode Island, were honored on Thursday, June 10, with a combined 27 awards by the Catholic Media … more
El Obispo Mario Dorsonville, presidente de la USCCB del Comité de Migración, escribió una carta a los miembros del Congreso el 15 de marzo, para expresarle a los obispos su apoyo … more
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