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PROVIDENCE — St. Patrick Academy is ensuring students continue with the tradition of service for others and to the community, despite COVID-19’s impact on many of the typical activities … more
Holy Name of Jesus Church to host MissionPROVIDENCE — Holy Name of Jesus Church, 99 Camp St., will host a Mission, preached by Father John Eudes Brohl, ORC, on April 19-21.The schedule is as … more
WASHINGTON, D.C. and PORTSMOUTH, R.I. — National History Day® (NHD) is pleased to announce the selection of Ms. Samantha Hedden, a teacher at Saint Philomena School in Portsmouth, Rhode … more
BRISTOL — Father Marinaldo Batista, CSP, had “big plans” for St. Elizabeth Church’s future, heartbroken parishioners said during a Memorial Mass held on April 10 to honor … more
PROVIDENCE — The three W’s — wearing a mask, watching your distance, and washing your hands — remain the most effective means to limiting the spread of the novel coronavirus a … more
On April 6, the Arkansas State Legislature voted to override a veto by Republican Governor Asa Hutchinson to pass the SAFE act. This bill prohibits gender-transitioning procedures for minors. This … more
Did you know that the Vatican has its own observatory? To help promote that fact and to show the Church’s support of science the Vatican Observatory has a new updated website. According to the … more
TO THE EDITOR: On April 9 the Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing on HB5572, a bill disingenuously entitled the Lila Sapinsly Compassionate Care Act. “Compassionate care” to end … more
In the thirteenth century St. Thomas Aquinas composed a brief antiphon to be sung at vespers for the solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ. The angelic doctor’s select phrases summarized … more
You’re probably very familiar with what happened to the two disciples of Jesus as they were walking to Emmaus on the day of the Resurrection. The event is recorded in St. Luke’s Gospel … more
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