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CHEPACHET — Summer is in full swing at Mother of Hope Camp, which began its seven-week season in June. The excitement for the 2021 season is unmistakable as the camp sees the highest number of … more
PROVIDENCE — After being delayed for more than a year by the pandemic, St. Augustine School Principal Janet Rufful recently received the 2020 Diocese of Providence Distinguished Principal of … more
PROVIDENCE — On July 6, La Salle Academy announced the passing of Walter McLaughlin, a member of La Salle’s class of 1957. McLaughlin’s commitment to La Salle’s mission was … more
PORTSMOUTH — Saint Philomena School recently announced the following outcomes as the culmination of its four-year strategic transition. Reflecting its new corporate structure as a Catholic … more
The eighth grade volleyball team at St. Rocco School in Johnston went on to the playoffs and finished the season as the Catholic Athletic League Division and League runners-up. Coaches: Mrs. Hanson, … more
WASHINGTON — It turns out there really is no place like home for a prized piece of movie memorabilia that came to The Catholic University of America’s drama department about 50 years … more
PROVIDENCE — Are the extraordinary natural and unnatural disasters currently being experienced around the globe signs that we might be facing the end of times? What events will precede the … more
Recently the House Appropriations Committee approved the federal fiscal budget for 2022. The budget omitted both the Hyde Amendment and the Weldon Amendment. The Hyde Amendment prohibits federal … more
Pope Francis last week released his motu proprio “Traditionis Custodes.” In it he revokes many of the permissions granted by Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI’s motu proprio Summorum … more
TO THE EDITOR: The preservation of Gregorian Chant and the use of several Latin phrases as well as Greek and Hebrew words in the Roman liturgy, as noted in a recent R.I. Catholic editorial, are … more
A 23-year-old woman named Keira Bell recently brought a pivotal lawsuit against the National Health Services Gender Identity Development Clinic in London, better known as the Tavistock Clinic. Keira … more
Seventy years ago a new house, one lot up, was built on my street. Max Diamond, a local mattress salesman, constructed a bricked-front cottage, garage and smart landscaping. During several very hot … more
A teólogos estadounidenses y expertos en derechos humanos en Cuba les preocupa que, si las protestas generalizadas que se desarrollaron el 11 de julio en la isla se repiten, puedan encontrarse … more
El verano y las vacaciones fuera de la escuela, nos presentan una excelente oportunidad para fortalecer nuestras relaciones de familia y poder disfrutar de inolvidables recuerdos entre los padres y … more
Sacerdote: Familia Guara vivió el 'vínculo de amor' que es la vida familiar Por Catholic News Service SURFSIDE, Florida (CNS) -- El padre Juan Sosa, pastor de la iglesia … more
PROVIDENCE — Four months after the staging surrounding the Cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul was taken down following the completion of a nine-month, $4.5 million project to replace the entire … more
PROVIDENCE — Bishop Thomas J. Tobin has confirmed three new individuals to serve on the Finance Council for the Diocese of Providence. Father John C. Codega, Deborah DiNardo, Esq., and Cesar A. … more
Sister Jean Kettell, RSM, 84, a Sister of Mercy for 65 years, died on June 24, 2021, at HopeHealth Hulitar Hospice Center.She was the daughter of the late Henry and Catherine (McCarthy) Kettell and … more
CUMBERLAND — Deacon James Thomas Walsh Jr., 77, of Cumberland, Rhode Island, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, June 29, 2021, with his wife, Diana, and three daughters, Janet, Cheryl and … more
Every human being inherently desires the transcendent. As the ambient culture moves further away from God, however, these desires are often fulfilled with disordered counterfeits. One can thus … more
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