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NEWPORT — Salve Regina University recently celebrated not one, but three commencement ceremonies — one each for the Graduate and Undergraduate Classes of 2021, as well as a special … more
PROVIDENCE — For many colleges throughout the state, this spring marked a return to “commencement as usual” after the pandemic; at Providence College, however, Commencement 2021 … more
In a recent statement from the National Catholic Bioethics Center on COVID-19 vaccines, we noted that the Catholic Church “neither requires nor forbids” the use of vaccines, but instead … more
A month ago this column outlined my pleasant experience of participating at Mass from a parish pew rather than a presidential chair. Experiencing the broad inclusion of the laity into various parts … more
En este momento de pandemia, cuando están en juego la vida, la salud y el bienestar personal, tenemos que trabajar juntos por el bien común. En estos momentos de pandemia, no hay lugar … more
CIUDAD DEL VATICANO (CNS) -- El papa Francisco ha pedido a los católicos del mundo entero que oren el 22 de mayo por el diálogo, el perdón, y una convivencia pacífica en … more
PROVIDENCE - El obispo Thomas J. Tobin firmó un rescripto formal que restaura la obligación de asistir a la misa dominical en la Diócesis de Providence a partir del domingo 6 de … more
David Bardales, de la parroquia de San Carlos Borromeo en Providence fue aceptado y comenzará en septiembre sus estudios para el sacerdocio. ¡Oremos por el y su familia! more
In praying to the Holy Spirit, as we do more with more intensity on Pentecost, one of the gifts we should long for is the unity of the Church. And it’s a very timely petition.When the Spirit … more
Providence College theater alumni launch Wordplay podcastPROVIDENCE — Father Matthew Powell, O.P., associate professor emeritus of theater at Providence College, and a group of Providence … more
During a food drive at All Saints STEAM Academy, the school community collected more than 300 boxes of cereal for the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Community Center in Newport. To celebrate and to … more
PORTSMOUTH — On Monday, May 17, the fourth grade at Saint Philomena School welcomed Kippling, a four-month-old puppy from Canine Companions for Independence, to help in his training to become a … more
PROVIDENCE — Bishop Thomas J. Tobin has signed a formal rescript restoring the obligation to attend Sunday Mass in the Diocese of Providence effective Sunday, June 6, the Solemnity of Corpus … more
PROVIDENCE — Auxiliary Bishop Robert C. Evans ordained Mark Gabriel Gadoury to the transitional diaconate on Saturday, May 15 at the Cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul. Click here to see a … more
PROVIDENCE — The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops has launched an urgent campaign asking the faithful to take immediate action to reach out to their legislators to stop Congress from forcing … more
PROVIDENCE — In 2021, the Solemnity of Pentecost arrives just as the Diocese of Providence and the rest of the United States begin to emerge from the novel coronavirus … more
PROVIDENCE — The Diocese of Providence has rescheduled the annual Lumen Gentium Awards presentation dinner to Wednesday, October 13. The Lumen Gentium Awards dinner — a joyous celebration … more
Physician Assisted Suicide (PAS), also known as Medical Aid in Dying (MAiD), is illegal in Rhode Island. The Lila Manfield Sapinsley Compassionate Care Act would make PAS legal and was reintroduced … more
“How Green Was My Valley” was a 1941 film production of a 1939 novel about the Morgan family, a Welsh household in the late nineteenth century who faced challenging work in the coal mines … more
  One of the great theological words on the nature and structure of the Church of Jesus Christ, a favorite of Pope Paul VI, is “The Church of the Word Incarnate” by Charles … more
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