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PROVIDENCE — The Seminary of Our Lady of Providence celebrated the beginning of its academic year on Sept. 15, the Feast of Our Lady of Sorrows, with an Opening Mass.Bishop Thomas J. Tobin … more
PROVIDENCE — In its commitment to the practice of stewardship and accountability, the Diocese of Providence continues to maintain a hotline for the reporting of suspected financial misconduct … more
PROVIDENCE — Rev. (Czeslaw) Leon Kachel, 90, a senior priest of the Diocese of Providence and retired chaplain of Saint Joseph Health Services of Rhode Island, Providence (Our Lady of Fatima … more
I will sprinkle clean water upon you to cleanse you from all your impuritiesand from all your idols I will cleanse you. I will give youa new heart and place a new spirit within you. (Ez 36: … more
WASHINGTON —Archbishop José H. Gomez of Los Angeles, president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), has sent a letter to all U.S. bishops asking them to consider taking up … more
Holy Apostles Parish, Cranston, hosted its 24th annual Summer Retreat — the first in two years due to the pandemic — by welcoming more than 90 high school teens, college students, young … more
Theology on Fire returns to the Shrine of the Little FlowerHARRISVILLE — On Sunday, Sept. 26, Theology on Fire returns to the Shrine of the Little Flower. The event begins at 4 p.m. in the … more
Learn more about the Office of Vocations at Get to know a little more about the men you are praying for as they continue to prepare for the priesthood. Age: 22Year of Study: … more
PAWTUCKET — This month Saint Raphael Academy unveiled a complete renovation of the former media center in the White Building, the Academy’s original school building when Saints first … more
CUMBERLAND — Diocesan Youth Day made an “empowered” return to Our Lady of Fatima Church on Sunday, Sept. 11, bringing together young adults from parishes across the state for a day … more
In the aftermath of the 20th anniversary of the sad and tragic events of September 11, 2001, it’s important to reflect not only on the horrific actions of the terrorists themselves, but also on … more
Archbishops Jose Gomez of Los Angeles and Salvatore Cordileone of San Francisco co-authored an op-ed piece that appeared recently in the Wall Street Journal. Their purpose was to address the current … more
In 1996 when Muhammad Ali lit the Olympic flame on international television, the issue of sports-induced brain damage was raised to new prominence. One of the greatest boxers in history, his evident … more
Recientemente, mientras caminaba en los pasillos de un supermercado, un caballero pasaba junto a mí y de la nada me pregunto, “¿Cómo les ira a los Steelers este … more
La grandeza se mide por vida de servicio, dice el Papa Por Cindy Wooden, Catholic News Service CIUDAD DEL VATICANO (CNS) -- En la opinión de Dios, la grandeza humana se mide … more
So, while I was walking down the aisle of a local supermarket recently, a very nice gentleman passing by asked me, out of the clear blue, “How are the Steelers going to do this year?” … more
Although Congressman Langevin had previously attempted to nuance his pro-life position, his new statement on behalf of the “Women’s Health Protection Act” removes any doubt about … more
Portsmouth Knights to host the Silver RosePORTSMOUTH — The Knights of Columbus Council 3618 in Portsmouth will host a Silver Rose Prayer Service at St. Barnabas Church on Saturday, Sept. 18, at … more
PROVIDENCE — All are invited to participate in the upcoming Rosary Congress taking place throughout the Diocese of Providence October 2 – 8. The Rosary Congress will consist of 7 … more
WARWICK — It was over a year-and-a-half ago that the Diocese of Providence announced the winners of its 2020 Lumen Gentium Awards, with plans made to honor them at a ceremony and banquet … more
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